Square, the company that helps small businesses take credit card transactions froma smartphone or iPad, might have reached a critical juncture.
SpringCM brings their content management technology to Salesforce.com, giving employees content in context.
Dropbox might just have gotten access to a bushel of cash.
Yahoo might try its hand at orginal Hollywood TV programming if reports are correct.
Marketo fine-tuned their marketing platform with a new release, and claim a new level of personalization and ease of use for marketers.
At AIIM 2014, I found that records managers were still slow to change.
Liferay released a new mobile SDK this week to build mobile applications on top of the Liferay portal.
Backupify, the cloud to cloud backup vendor, announced they would be supporting a slew of new cloud services throughout this year.
Redmond has finally released Microsoft Office for the iPad, nearly four years after the first-generation iPad was releaded in April 2010.
More and more shoppers are turning to their mobile devices before they buy. This infographic illustrates how they are doing that today.
Lithium made the Klout purchase official last week.
Hisoftware gets a new CTO.
If at all possible, try to keep your content up because when you take it down, visitors see a whole lot of nothing.
K2 announces new SharePoint development tools.
Adobe announced an impressive mobile development and content management tool package, but a suite approach may be unrealistic in this day and age.
Nuxeo's Brendan Coveney discusses the evolution of content managment and the impact it's had on customers.
Three industry analysts share their thoughts on the recent Box IPO announcement.
Box announced on Monday it was filing its S-1 paperwork, the first step before an intial public offering (IPO).
Medium's iPhone app is nice enough, but it would be better with more user control over content and some editing tools.
When you combine a big content store with data visualization techniques, something wonderful happens.