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Nonprofit news site's new CMS a 'racecar' not a 'kitchen sink'

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.

Spotlight: Your CMS provider was just acquired, now what?

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. 

Box receives rocky reception from Wall Street

The growing number of enterprise storage options are overwhelming corporate consumers, and also investors--especially when it comes to newly public Box.

Infinit now available for Windows

Infinit, a peer-to-peer file sharing service, is now available to Windows users.

Soonr puts enterprise security first with new mobile app

Soonr this month released a new mobile file sharing solution app that offers both mobility and security for employees on-the-go, but currently it's only available for Apple users.

Spotlight: Coding is hard

Journalist David Carr used his self-taught coding skills to create his own content management system. What happened when he tried to up his game?

To censor or not to censor, that is the question

To censor or not to censor, that is the legal and ethical question.

Spotlight: Who should pay for big content?

When it comes to big content providers, it doesn't get much bigger than Netflix.

Microsoft announces Office 365 for business roadmap, First Release early access program

Microsoft made good on its promise to  improve visibility of its services update  with the release of its  business public roadmap for Office 365. In addition to updates that are already available, it also includes those that are rolling out and in development.

Going the 'second mile' with document conversion

Most companies don't falter when it comes to scanning and storing documents-- that's the easy part. Standardizing, tagging, sorting, and recalling documents? Well, that's when things start to get hairy.