The biggest news of the week came when HP announced its intentions to buy Information Management and Customer Experience giant Autonomy. Information is in, and hardware (unless you are Apple or Google) is out.
Autonomy, who only recently added Iron Mountain to its fold, is the last of the big, independent Enterprise CMS vendors. The company recorded US$ 870 mil in 2010 revenues and has made strong progress selling cloud-based services.
Along with a successful SharePoint in the Enterprise Tweet Jam (read the archive here), this week also offered some great SharePoint thinking, including:
- Socializing SharePoint: A Look at 4 Leading Social Software Integrations
- The Executive Perspective: Top 7 Things You Must Consider for SharePoint 2010
- Firefox Versions 6, 7, 8 Available for Download Early
- The Art Of SharePoint Success: A Quick Start Guide
- Oracle Outlines Fatwire's Customer Experience, Web CMS Roadmap #CXM
- Why Enterprise Content Management and Google Docs Are Not the Same
- Confirmed: HP Offers to Acquire Autonomy for $10.2 Bil in Cash
- The Future of Social Computing in SharePoint
- Publishing for Tablets: Data Formats for Fixed, Flowable Content
- Information Management: 5 Taxonomy Must Haves for Your Organization
Around the Web
- Is 'Social Business' The Right Choice Of Words?
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- Five Myths about Document Management
- Great Content Is Like Pornography
- How the Science of Attention is Changing Work and Education
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- Sep 08 -- (Webinar) Managing Web Content in the Cloud - The Changing Landscape
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- Oct 02 -- Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco
- Oct 03 -- Adobe Digital Enterprise Summit in Los Angeles
- Nov 08 -- Sentiment Analysis Symposium San Francisco
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