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Industry experts react to HP-Autonomy deal

HP (NYSE: HPQ) dropped a bombshell on the technology world Thursday afternoon when it announced it was buying Autonomy for more than $10 billion, and axing WebOS and its new tablet less than 7 weeks

Analysts unfazed by Open Text's stock price drop

Analysts reacting to the sudden and steep drop in Open Text's (NASDAQ: OTEX) stock price last week were unconcerned about it, attributing it more to the volatile worldwide stock market than anything

Box covers all mobile bases with newest release

Box.net enhanced its support of the mobile tablet experience last week when it announced support for three new platforms. Box already had apps for the iPad and HP TouchPad, but it now supports

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

OpenText continues its BPM buying streak with Global 360

Waterloo, Ontario-based OpenText scooped up another business process management software company July 13 when the company acquired Dallas, Texas-based Global 360 for $260 million. According to a

Context is key for ECM vendors

Guest post by Darren Knipp A couple of months ago, a colleague of mine brought to my attention Ron Miller's column "Content management is so much more than just a database." I've always enjoyed Ron's

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

Spotlight: Hyland releases version 11 of OnBase

Hyland Software released OnBase 11.0 July 11, the latest iteration of its enterprise content management software, adding more than 1,800 features and enhancements. Noteworthy additions in this

Content chaos standing in the way of GRC integration

Content chaos is a hindrance to integrating governance, risk and compliance, but there are steps enterprises can take to better ensure they have a GRC framework, according to Jim Maguire, senior

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