Last week, cloud services vendor Rackspace announced it was buying the SharePoint consulting firm SharePoint911, giving Rackspace a seasoned team of SharePoint consulting veterans to support its
The Wall Street Journal reported last week that Google (NASDAQ: GOOG)was close to finally launching a long-rumored cloud-based storage service. While details are sketchy and this is still very much
Infragistics, a company that bills itself as a user interface development tool vendor, announced this week the purchase of Southlabs and with it, its mobile SharePoint application. As users grow
Perceptive Software introduced a new product last week called Perceptive Reflect that lets companies visualize business processes in order to identify bottlenecks in the process. The idea is to
Over the last 6 months, AIIM has been working with Andrew McAfee, the man who coined the term Enterprise 2.0, to see what impact enterprise social software has on productivity in the enterprise. What
When cloud file-sharing service MegaUpload was shut down by the U.S. federal government last week, an article from PCMag Online pointed out that when the feds closed down the site, they took illegal
A new survey of 100 SharePoint users across a variety of business sizes and job categories found that users were surprisingly cavalier when it came to maintaining SharePoint security requirements.
Last week, Laurence Hart (who is the newly-anointed chief technology officer at AIIM) wrote a post on his Word of Pie blog about a debate he had with a Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) employee on Twitter.
Last week, Alfresco released a new iPad app that provides the unique ability to open a document stored in the Alfesco content management system in QuickOffice, then enables the user to edit or update
Last week Box.net announced enhancements to the Box Android app. Updates include a new feature that will display updates to documents you have been working on right in the Box Android widget. In