Dropbox adds Mailbox to expand beyond simple file sharing.
Metalogix has found a way to break the SharePoint 2 gigabyte file size limit.
DotNetNuke is bringing the social features of popular networking sites in house to company websites.
Adobe says buh-bye to shrink-wrapped Creative Suite.
It seems bad news really did come in threes last week. Here's what happened.
We round up some recent acquisitions from OpenText, SDL and Telerik.
SpringCM wants to be the IT-friendly file-sharing cloud service provider.
Bloomfire updated its social platform with new features to share content and understand the social network better.
Dropbox announced new updates this week.
WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg told the audience at South by Southwest that in spite of the success of the blogging platform, there could be some changes in the works.
This AIIM infographic explores some of the issues related to scanning and OCR, and ICR.
As we grow more mobile, protecting content in motion becomes a crucial requirement for content management--and it's not just ECM vendors thinking about it.
You think you know what a record is, but do you really?
Unsharing. It's something we all wish we could do more of on social media, and now, enterprise users can do it with their content.
MetaVis wants to help you migrate from an older version of SharePoint to Office 365.
Yammer has added instant translation capability.
Experts have reacted to the latest release of Office 365.
Last week was a week of good news and bad news for the eBook business. While Barnes and Noble posted a huge loss in its Nook and eBook business, new research suggests that iBooks, the online bookstore for iOS, was growing steadily.
Marissa Mayer turned heads when she instituted a telework ban last week, but she needn't have taken such a radical step. She just needs to have a talk with Andrew McAfee who coined the term Enterprise 2.0.
This infographic from Coveo traces knowledge sharing from cave drawing to big data.