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OneSource Creates New Way to Search Big Data

To help businesses find useful insights in every growing amounts of big data, Massachusetts-based OneSource is reinventing search  – and changing its name to Avention to reflect its new direction.

Jonathan Flatow, Avention's CEO, told us the new name implies "avenue of invention" — something he believes suits the new search application. Designed for sales, marketing and business researchers, it uses natural language and semantic understanding to conceptually sift through mounds of data sources.  

SAP HANA: The One Thing that Does Everything for Everyone?

HANA goes to the cloud, breaks a database record, cures diseases and pokes fun at … Ok, slight exaggeration. But, truth be told, we could add more to it.

SAP wants to be the future of computing, and it wants it all. (It already owns a nice chunk of it.) More specifically, SAP wants to own big data, analytics, cloud, mobile, business applications and other technologies — in the enterprise and beyond it.

Salesforce Opens Data Centers to Reach 'Internet of Customers'

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You’ve probably heard about the Internet of Things. But what about the Internet of Customers? Salesforce apparently has: It plans to open three new data centers in Europe later this year to support — you guessed it —  the Internet of Customers. 

Microsoft Wants to Change Business Culture, Technology #CONV14

Microsoft is running two big conferences at the same time. The SharePoint 2014 conference began in Las Vegas yesterday, while Dynamics Convergence kicks off today in Atlanta with a keynote from Kirill Tatarinov, executive vice president of Microsoft Business Solutions. According to the pre-conference notes, this year will all be about customer views and developing top customer experiences.

OpenText SharePoint Services Release Unites ERP, ECM #SPC14

OpenText SharePoint Services Release Unites ERP, ECM #SPC2014SharePoint Conference 2014 kicked off this morning and the vendors are wasting no time announcing new releases. OpenText started the ball rolling with the release of OpenText Microsoft SharePoint Services (SPS) for Extended ECM for SAP Solutions. The combined solution brings together the worlds of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).

5 Reasons Hardware Still Matters

information management, Five Reasons Hardware Still Matters Today

It's a software world, after all.

But the fact is that hardware still matters. In an app-driven, SaaS-based world, businesses still can't pass over or ignore hardware.

CMSWire talked with Tim Williams, director of product management for Absolute Software, who discusses with us five reasons hardware should still be on your business radar:

Exclusive: EMC Syncplicity is About to Cozy Up to SharePoint #SPC14

Some cloud-based file sync and share vendors bill themselves as replacements for SharePoint. Syncplicity isn’t one of them.

The rockin’ hot EMC subsidiary has all of the good things that great start-ups are known for, plus a keen understanding of how enterprises operate and their requirements.

OpenText Bets on Asia Pacific with Aussie Data Center

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Competition in the cloud computing market is intense everywhere — and Asia Pacific is one of the most hotly contested markets for cloud vendors. OpenText has just entered that market with the announcement that it's opening its first data center in Australia. 

What's Riskier: Ignoring or Implementing Big Data?

Information security practitioners, risk professionals and executives might be blinded by the potential risks of implementing big data and thereby miss out on the value it can provide an organization. ISACA recently released a paper on Big Data which weighs the two sides and makes a clear decision which is the bigger risk.

EMC's RSA Chief Calls Cybersecurity Experts to Action

EMC's RSA Chief Calls Cybersecurity Experts to ActionWhen RSA chief Art Coviello opened RSA’s information security conference earlier this week, there was an elephant room.

The elephant? Allegation(s) that his company had provided an NSA designed “back door” in its BSafe software which made it easy for the agency to decrypt information that RSA’s encryption software was supposed to keep private.

Document Mgt Roll-Up: Facebook Quashes Its Email Service

docmgmtrollup.jpgWe saw a lot of action in the document management world recently, with Facebook closing the door on its much ignored email service, a rebranded Web Apps from Microsoft and a new Service Pack released by AvePoint aimed at improving data governance. Accusoft kept busy with the upgrade of its Prizm document viewer, while WatchDox offered a free document editor to its users.

Clean Up SharePoint Legacy Content

Cleaning Up SharePoint Legacy ContentThe idea of cleaning up legacy SharePoint content is daunting. Organizations often place cleanup under the “Nice to Do” column as opposed to the “Must Do” column.

Why not leverage in-house resources? Legacy SharePoint cleanup is a perfect task for the Records Management (RM) department. Reviewing data and applying retention to it are two of our key responsibilities. 

Microsoft's Anxiety Shows as April XP Deadline Nears

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It’s rare that you read a blog post that combines hard sell and desperation in equal measure.

But Microsoft has managed to do just that in a blog post that urges users to give up on Windows XP and upgrade. Upgrade to what, you might ask? Windows 8.1, of course.  And while you’re at it, buy a new computer.

 

Top Down vs. Bottoms Up Information Management

Top Down vs. Bottoms Up Information ManagementWe've already established what makes a good information management (IM) business case from a high level, i.e., addressing meaningful business value rather than “save everyone time searching for documents.” But the devil’s in the details, so I want to dig down a bit more to give you all more specific guidance on building an effective IM business case.

IBM, AT&T Extend Partnerships For Enterprise, IoT Security [Infographic]

In the wake of last week’s announcement that IBM and AT&T are getting together to support the development of the Internet of Things (IoT), many have expressed concerns about IoT and security. It seems, though, that both companies anticipated this and have announced plans to develop simplified, single-source network security products.

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