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DotNetNuke 6 debuts simplified interface

DotNetNuke, an open source web content management system built on Microsoft's (NASDAQ: MSFT).NET platform, announced July 25 the release of DotNetNuke 6. The most notable change in the update, which

Cross-department collaboration key to achieving GRC goals

Most governance, risk and compliance strategies depend on some level of collaboration among finance, IT, operations and legal components. But for many companies, a lack of collaboration is preventing

SharePoint increases storage limits

SharePoint 2010 announced a major storage upgrade and provided instruction for improved data size scaling for the program, in a blog post July 6. "By defining specific requirements for large data

Making records management a 'by product' of case management

Guest post by Poul Hebsgaard What happens if knowledge workers can no longer use paper to transfer information from one desk to the next in order to execute a collaborative business process? That was

Army to scrap its patchwork ECM system

Army Knowledge Online, the service branch's long-standing enterprise content management and collaboration system, could soon be shuttered in favor of a new Army enterprise email system. The Army's

Come on baby, don't fear the content

When I attended the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston recently, I went to a session called "Social Media & Social Networking: Some Cautionary Tales." The panel consisted of some folks from

Jive study finds--surprise--enterprise ready for social software

On the heels of the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston, Jive Software has released a sponsored study of executive attitudes toward Enterprise 2.0--or as Jive likes to call it, Enterprise Social

Enterprise 2.0 shows signs it's growing up

Last week as I attended the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston, it occurred to me the space was growing up a bit. Instead of trying to be all things to all people, it was trying to do a couple of

IBM announces compliance-ready social networking for the enterprise

IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced a new social software platform today they are calling IBM Connections, designed to bring social networking to the enterprise with a compliance underpinning. IBM, which

Finding balance between protection and openness

As we head to the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston this week, it seems an appropriate time to explore the tension many organizations are feeling between the desire to secure content, while at the