Box announced a slew of new services this week aimed at solving issues larger companies face when using the Box system.
Huddle announced a new Note tool this week that lets customers create, edit and share notes without leaving the Huddle ecosystem.
Nuance released the latest version of the OmniPage SDK this week, a tool that lets companies incorporate scanning and workflow functionality into custom apps and applications without doing the heavy lifting.
Coveo teams up with Sitecore
SDL Tridion and Noth Plains announced a partnership this week, but it could be the start of something bigger. Who knows?
It's no secret that the nature of content management is changing as mobile, social and the cloud all are influencing business and how we interact with content.
Tiki released version 12 of Tiki Wiki this week.
A speaker at the Gilbane Conference this week suggested it was time for a new marketing technologist role to bridge the gap between IT and marketing.
Marriott's Meghan Walsh thinks it's time to separate content creation from presentation. Content authors create agnostic content and it gets processed, formatted and published across multiple channels.
MetaVis launched a new reporting dashboard this week for SharePoint cloud users.
Content marketing and social media are a perfect match and one strategy drives the other. If you're not getting this yet, what are you waiting for?
Box bought security startup dLoop last week.
With the freedom of content marketing comes the responsiblity of governance to make sure that your company isn't exposed.
Creative Commons announced the latest update to its alternative copyright license.
Is email dying as this infographic asserts? Probably not.
Barnes and Noble had another dismal quarter and Nook was the worst part of it.
The new AvePoint governance product has been retooled to work in a hybrid SharePoint 2013 environment.
Sitecore bought e-commerce product commerceserver.net last week.
Google appears to be taking on Flipboard and iOS newstand with its new Google Play Newsstand product
I keep hearing people wondering how Obama's campaign web team could be so good and Healthcare.gov be so bad, but it's not a remotely fair comparison. Here's why.