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Enterprise Content Management (ECM)

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Latest Headlines

info360: What's in a name?

The info360 Conference used to be known as the AIIM Conference and Expo because it was originally launched by the AIIM organization, but AIIM hasn't run it for some time, and this year, it has its own brand identity.

Box enhances its enterprise chops

Box announced new enhancements to its enterprise administrative back end this week that could make it more attractive to IT pros looking for a cloud content management solution.

Documentum sees a future in the cloud

In the future, Documentum, the venerable enterprise content management, could be a Platform as a Service offering on top of which third parties will build new applications for enterprise and SMB customers.

Introducing Linked Data as a Service

When you can pull data from a variety of sources inside and outside the enteprise, with the proper tools, you could make discoveries you would never have seen otherwise.

More details emerge in EMC-Syncplicity deal

EMC Information Intelligence Group executives talked about the group's plans for the recently-purchased Syncplicity file syncing and sharing service--and the approach could surprise you.

Copiun gives users secure access to SharePoint from smartphones

According to the company, it's the only solution that provides direct, native access to SharePoint without a virtual private network (VPN), firewall re-configurations or extra data stores.

EMC scoops up Syncplicity cloud file sharing and syncing service

EMC announced the purchase of cloud syncing and file sharing service Syncplicity at EMC World, instantly giving EMC the ability to share files across devices via the cloud.

WordPress plug-in lets you access Amazon EC2 storage

A new WordPress plug-in gives you access Amazon EC2 storage giving site administrators access to as much storage as the site requires.

A callous disregard for compliance

When the economy melted down in 2008, it was clear that Wall Street played fast and loose with other people's money, but new documents recently released reveal a callous disregard for compliance and regulation.

Amazon introduces dynamic content to CloudFront

Amazon announced a new dynamic content product this week, and while it will likely provide a cost-effective alternative to CDNs, it requires that your applications are AWS-enabled and not many are at this point.