There was content news aplenty at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference this week, but the question is: Are you willing to sacrifice privacy for convenience? Well are you?
If Amazon is getting ready to take its App Store international, it only makes sense that the Kindle Fire with its flagging sales will not be far behind.
Google took it to Microsoft again this week when it purchased Quickoffice, a mobile product that lets users open and edit Microsoft Office documents on multiple phone operating systems.
We asked a couple of analysts to share their thoughts on Salesforce.com's purchase of Buddy Media this week, and while they were mostly positive, they also suggested being cautious initially to see how well the two companies mesh.
info360 moves to the Javitz Center in New York City this year, and it offers something for just about everybody with an interest in content management.
The session tracks at info360 are divided into 14 categories, and offer something for everyone.
There is little doubt that the cloud is having a big influence on content management, and you may want to do your cloud research while visiting info360.
Box announced new enhancements to its enterprise administrative back end this week that could make it more attractive to IT pros looking for a cloud content management solution.
In the future, Documentum, the venerable enterprise content management, could be a Platform as a Service offering on top of which third parties will build new applications for enterprise and SMB customers.
WordPress head Matt Mullenweg told PaidContent 2012 he's working on a new simplified version of WordPress.