- November 06, 2014
Microsoft and its former foe, Dropbox, join forces to make it easier to use productivity apps on mobile devices; and other content management news.
- October 24, 2014
With rumor and misinformation going viral during the Ebola crisis, the CDC hasn't adjusted its social media strategy, says a staffer.
- October 20, 2014
While the sharing economy is changing conventional models, downsides can loom, including quality control and effective protection of workers' rights.
- September 22, 2014
As with any technology deployment, enterprise social collaboration initiatives are likely to fall flat if they're not tied to a critical business problem.
- September 19, 2014
For companies like ESPN and Turner Sports, social media strategy is all about placing content front and center.
Sponsored by CloudHealth - As enterprises continue to add new use cases and workloads to their cloud portfolio, the stakes keep rising for potential governance speed bumps. Business users and IT professionals alike are now using the cloud for everything from compliance and security to cloud-native application development and infrastructure optimization. But this makes policy management more difficult, time consuming and costly, especially with so many cloud services being purchased and deployed outside the scope, visibility and control of a centralized IT operations group. See More
Sponsored by CloudHealth - In the era of Cloud 1.0, early adopters were often drawn to the cloud because it allowed them to reduce Capex and move to a more predictable subscription pricing model. In recent years, cloud adoption has surged because organizations have recognized that it not only reduces their hardware purchases and per-seat software licenses but provides many operational benefits as well. See More
Sponsored by CloudHealth - For more than a decade, the biggest gating factor in cloud computing adoption was perceived security risks. IT professionals and business leaders alike were often extremely concerned about a perceived loss of control of mission-critical data and essential applications when moved to the cloud. See More
- September 18, 2014
For organizations that want to take advantage of Office 365's benefits but are wary of the risks of SharePoint in the cloud, a hybrid approach could work.
- September 16, 2014
To select the right DAM tools and hone their approach to digital asset management, companies need to understand their creative and business processes, as well as customer needs.
- September 12, 2014
Companies like Sidecar are driving new social business trends and changing work with peer-to-peer models.
- September 10, 2014
Information governance is an age-old challenge that has grown more complex in the past few years. Are governance policies getting in the way of solving the problem?
- September 04, 2014
In content management news this week, Huddle's new platform offers secure collaboration features and aims to corral the document sharing lifecycle with version control and analytics capabilities.
- September 03, 2014
When it comes to using social media platforms for business, the train has left the station. So how can we use the data to change the way we do business?
- August 29, 2014
In this content management news roundup, vendors offer options for secure access to content from mobile devices, and OpenText updates its document management platform for the legal industry.
- August 28, 2014
At the Adler Planetarium, a digital asset repository promises better access to historic photographs and documents -- while addressing content accessibility and compliance challenges.
- August 27, 2014
How can enterprises translate social media buzz into social media intelligence? Here are some lessons from one digital marketing agency's quest to connect social media engagement to the company's business goals.
- August 22, 2014
A successful DAM system is more than just a place to offload rich media. John DeMarco of 3M discusses how to make digital asset management a valuable part of a company's strategy.