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Enterprise 2.0, social and collaboration

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ECMs need more social content tools, better agility

Kate Fuelling, consultant for Lime Business Solutions, penned a great thought piece that takes a look at why the ECM space needs to be more agile and responsive. She says technology is moving at lightening speed, government policies are changing, workers have higher expectations and ECM needs to keep up with it all.

Vox Media considers offering custom CMS to the masses

Vox Media, publisher of online media sites like The Verge and Curbed use a custom content management system called Chorus that's currently it's only available in-house. But Vox Media's Editorial Director Lockhart Steele says Vox may share the wealth and open up the CMS to the masses.

The learning management systems market is booming

The learning management systems market is a $2.5 billion industry that's grown a whopping 21 percent this year. Those are the numbers are according to a new study from Bersin by Dolette and, according to company Principal Josh Bersin, they reflect four main factors of the industry.

Do you need a separate CMS for social media?

Not long ago, we talked about  records retention and the social media quagmire. As businesses continue to struggle over what to do with content and documents created within the four walls of their organization, now it turns out they may also need to maintain records of conversations and communications that take place over social media.

What you need to know about enterprise social network record retention

If your business relies on enterprise social networks like Jive and Yammer for corporate communication, attorneys Therese Craparo and Anthony Diana have some good advice on what you need to know about information governance and records retention issues surrounding their use.

The state of learning management systems

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 turns to Facebook for CMS needs in Thailand

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.

Zimbra moves to OSI-approved licensing for Zimbra Collaboration Open Source Edition

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.

Records retention and the social media quagmire

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.

Canto takes run at cloud-based DAM vendors with release of Flight

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.