HootSuite announced Yammer integration this week, providing a way for teams to track internal Yammer communication in the HootSuite social media dashboard.
Jordache, the maker of jeans that were all the rage in the 1980s, is updating its image as well as its technology, reports Kevin Casey at InformationWeek.
A great deal of energy in the last couple years has gone into defending cloud computing and the consumerization of IT against the obvious security problems they introduce. Cutting through the buzz, Dino Londis explains how and why security standards have declined amid these new technologies.
Deploying a hybrid cloud can be complicated given the fragmentation of workloads among different technologies and services. Infosys want to simplify the deployment with a suite of services and technologies it rolled out this week.
KnowledgeTree introduces Web Documents to allow document creation, collaborative writing, and editing and document management, online.
An AIIM survey on SharePoint found that companies are using SharePoint for a variety of reasons, but reports overall satisfaction with deployments were mixed.
Google announced tighter integration between Blogger, its blogging platform, and the Google Plus social network.
It can look pretty cheap to sign up for cloud services, but the return on investment has to factor into a number of costs that aren't necessarily apparent at first glance.
The U.S. government's effort to prosecute file locker site Megaupload is raising questions about who owns data that is collected from a company's customers and stored with a cloud services provider.
A few days ago, I chaired a couple of discussions on security, especially mobile security, at the NetEvents Americas Press Summit in Miami. One of the things I told the audience was that you really can't win the security game.