Now that school is out for the summer in the U.S, you'd think this would be the perfect time for learning content management system, or LMS, vendors to make all kinds of announcements. Admittedly, they're few and far between, but there are some interesting nuggets if you dig around.
BBC World Service has been facing some troubling freedom of the press issues in Thailand since the Thai army seized power earlier this year. In a surprisingly innovative workaround, the editing team has decided to forgo a standard content management system for article management in favor of a Facebook news feed.
Unified collaboration software vendor Zimbra announced the release of a beta version of Zimbra Collaboration 8.5 to the open source community under the GNU Public License V2 license.
It seems like there's a new question every week about the impact social media has on enterprise--questions that inevitably trickle down (or up?) to the government level. The governing body that oversees New South Wales' digital records has an interesting look at its evolving strategies to manage records retention and disposal requirements in social spaces.
Digital asset management provider Canto is taking a run at its cloud-based DAM vendor competition with this week's release of its own cloud-based product, Flight. Canto isn't throwing its flagship installed app Cumulus into the grave, but instead is positioning Flight as simply another tool in the customer arsenal. Maybe that's what Flight's release is really all about--or maybe not.
When was the last time you made significant purchase without consulting one or more vendor websites? Sellers know it's practically unheard of these days so they're stepping up their game to offer pre-purchase information that goes beyond pictures and price.
3 ways to jumpstart your content marketing
Deutsche Bank's John Stepper outlined 7 questions that every social project must answer.
Sony Pictures Entertainment needed to empower employees to be mobile, but with the high cost associated with the leak of movie project IP, they also needed a way to control content as it moved through the world.
Bloomfire announced this week direct integration with several leading online file storage and sharing platforms including Box, Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive.