Delaware deployed a central learning management system across the state's entire school system in April and LMS provider Schoology just snagged $32 million in its newest round of funding, for a total of $57 million so far. That suggests the LMS market is stable, but EDUKWEST's Kirsten Winkler said that may not be the case.
"Some media companies are starting to use it as a full-fledged content management system – that is, a way of collecting, editing, publishing and even distributing the news," wrote...
Cloud-based archiving solutions firm Smarsh announced Wednesday it has paired up with popular social media management platform Hootsuite. Together, they plan to make it easier for companies to track and archive content from social media accounts like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
Cloud-based learning management system Schoology announced this week it has secured $32 million in Series D financing, bringing its grand total of investment dollars to $57 million.
Mobile content management company Colligo revamped its Colligo Engage platform and rolled out three mobile apps Monday, all aimed at making it easier to work inside Microsoft's collection of content and document management products.
Clarizen rolled out a new version of its flagship collaborative work management software of the same name Wednesday. Its main new features rely heavily on visuals to facilitate more efficient workflows and improved collaboration.
Mobile device usage is projected to top 6.2 billion worldwide by 2018 and the number of people accessing the internet via mobile has surpassed access on a desktop. It's a wake up call for companies everywhere: You can't afford to ignore mobile any longer.
Diginomica's Janine Milne said the face of digital learning is changing and vendors should adapt or step aside. "Learning is being consumerized. Employees want to be able to pick and choose...
Adobe announced a slew of enhancements to its document and e-sign services today along with the formation of a partnership with Dropbox designed to make it easier to work with files on the fly. Here's the rundown.
Custom content management systems are gaining in popularity, though not everyone loves them. Most often used by publishing and media outlets, a bespoke CMS is useful for organizations that want to keep up with the rapidly changing ways their target markets consume information. Now educational institutions, training facilities and human resource departments are looking at whether custom learning management systems are a better option than the legacy or turnkey LMSs they currently use.