Livefyre is having a busy week with news of two new and distinct partnerships with Salesforce and Adobe. Each pairing brings benefits to brands interested in upping their content marketing and social engagement game.
Document and data solutions provider Adlib Software unveiled details this week about its new project, Deep Insight. Though the product is still in beta, Adlib executives say the technology will "revolutionize" the way companies work with unstructured content.
Do you have a lot of forgotten or unused content kicking around in the dark corners of your content management system? Find it and free it, because letting it languish can cost your company thousands of dollars.
Content delivery network Fastly raised a lot of money this month to help fund its global expansion, sales and marketing efforts. The company snagged a total of $75 million in Series D funding from Iconiq Capital and a handful of other existing investors. They're also bringing former Netsuite exec Dan Miller on board as Fastly's new CFO.
Cloud-based archiving solutions firm Smarsh announced this week it now offers enhanced archiving support for Microsoft Office 365. On its own, Office 365 already archives email but the tools Smarsh added to The Archiving Platform provide organizations a better way to manage a wide range of electronic communication for compliance or other legal purposes.
WordPress continues to dominate the content management system space, dramatically outpacing other well known CMS options like Joomla and Drupal. A new report released by CodeGuard offers an interesting look at the choices companies make about the technology they adopt.
Is digtal asset management on the brink of a major change? Some industry experts seem to think so.
When the staff of nonprofit news site The Marshal Project realized they needed a new CMS, they tasked their director of technology, Ivar Vong, with creating something flexible that could grow with the organization. Rather than cobble together something from pieces of existing platforms, Vong did what many media sites are doing these days. He built a CMS from the ground up.
Even though customers shouldn't notice when their CMS providers are acquired or change--at least not in a negative way--there are some questions you should consider asking just in case.
The growing number of enterprise storage options are overwhelming corporate consumers, and also investors--especially when it comes to newly public Box.