Jive and Box joined forces this week to offer a one-two cloud punch with Jive providing enterprise social and Box offering online storage and content sharing.
Salesforce.com introduced Social.com this week, an online social advertising platform that lets you pull information from other Salesforce.com products to build more customized ads.
LinkedIn shifts its sites to mobile with new apps and a strategic purchase.
Large enterprises that are delving into cloud-based services often aim to deliver IT as a service to internal users. But a funny thing can happen on the way to the cloud: Many companies that have made significant investments in cloud computing are winding up providing cloud services to a wider array of customers.
A year ago this month, North Plains announced the purchase of Xinet, the cloud-based digital asset management platform. This week, they put that purchase to work with two new cloud-based product announcements.
bigtincan announced a new mobile hub for SharePoint this week.
The online storage space has begun to heat up and the battle right now seems to be over who's more friendly to IT, a marked switch from end user focus.
Collecting personally identifiable information, or PII, presents special obligations, and when this data is stored in the cloud, the responsibility typically falls on the cloud customer, writes Steve Durbin, global vice president of the non-profit Information Security Forum.
Google announced QuickOffice apps for Android and iOS.
Nook launches a new self-publishing platform that could make it easier for authors to self-publish their eBooks.