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HP Pushes Autonomy's IDOL Into Customer Experience Management In VPI Integration

So the reasons behind HP's disappointing Q3 results of US$ 8.9 billion in August were many, with Autonomy said to be weighing HP down. But CEO Meg Whitman was optimistic and said they would continue pushing Autonomy and IDOL. The announcement that it is integrating IDOL into VPI's workforce optimization solutions appears to be the kind of thing she was talking about.

Document Management Roll-up: Kodak SharePoint Capture, Lexmark's New Strategy

It may have been Labor Day week, but still a few interesting items to note in the document management world. Kodak has just announced the release of a capture solution built on SharePoint, OpenText targets Tempo Express at legal industry, Lexmark points to a new hardware strategy and the Document Foundation joins OASIS.

Alert: What's Coming for Open Source CMS in September 2012

Welcome to the August 2012 installment of our what's coming from the open source projects in the next month. If you feel that your project was left out, we invite you to email us at pr@cmswire.com to have a project representative added to the list of people we contact for updates.

Autonomy Product Innovations for Law Firms & Legal Departments More Social, Mobile

Lawyers have some new tools with which to fight their battles. Today, HP-owned Autonomy unveiled three new innovations for its products that are designed to help law firms and corporate legal departments utilize the convergence of social, cloud and mobile technologies.

HP Suffers Biggest Loss In Company History, Autonomy Still Requires 'Attention'

If HP investors were expecting Meg Whitman to produce a miracle at HP and turn the company around in 12 months, then last night’s earnings call will have disappointed. The hardware-software giant announced a Q3 loss of US$ 8.9 billion -- its biggest quarterly loss in its history with Autonomy dragging on an already poor performance for hardware sales.

Balancing Search Flexibility and Security in Enterprise CMS

shutterstock_41236837.jpg I’ve been fortunate in my career to see a drastic change in how Enterprise content management systems have evolved from the early, siloed document and web content management systems to the mission critical application platforms of today that distribute content across social media channels, web sites, email and mobile.

Welcome to the Content Marketing Olympics

Successful content marketing has been likened to running a marathon and not a sprint. Creating good content that targets the right audience doesn’t happen overnight, but requires continuous training and development. As such, we’re taking a cue from the Summer Olympics and are introducing eight key content marketing events for which you should be actively training in order to achieve Olympic level success. Go for the Gold!

Google Talk Goes Silent, Suffers From Major Outage

gtalk.PNGGoogle's video and chat software appears to have fallen off the cloud today, with a technical and widespread outage. With no immediate sign of restoration, Google is working on the problem. Are you experiencing issues with the service? Let us know. 

PhoneGap 2.0 Improves iOS App Creation, Adds Windows Phone 7 Support

Adobe-owned open source mobile development platform PhoneGap has released version 2.0 and the system could be a good fit for those who need to produce native and Web based apps all in one place.

Autonomy's Former CEO Mike Lynch is Primed to Create a Tech Start-up Fund

Does anyone remember Mike Lynch? Autonomy’s Mike Lynch, the one that bailed out of HP when Autonomy figures started heading south just after it was bought by HP? According to reports that are appearing on the financial news wires, Mike Lynch is about to set up a technology investment fund.

HP Launches Converged Cloud Solutions for APAC, Japan

Customers from the Asia Pacific and Japan region are found to prefer simple cloud solutions, and Hewlett-Packard wants to encourage businesses to adopt cloud deployments by offering pre-bundled kits to make things simpler to launch and manage. The HP Converged Cloud solutions are being launched in the region with simplicity and cost-savings in mind.

OpenStack Turns Two, Will Fragmentation Hurt the Open Source Cloud Platform?

OpenStack is gaining momentum. This week, OpenStack turns two, and with the "terrible twos" stage comes growing pains. Rackspace, which has partnered with NASA and a few other cloud computing industry players in developing the open-source project, is switching its codebase to OpenStack. But with this second-year anniversary, the open-source cloud computing platform faces new challenges altogether.

Oracle Early Results Show Cloud Already Performing, While Top Executive Departs

One thing you can definitely say about Oracle earnings calls is that they are never boring. This week’s fourth quarter call was no different. Apart from the fact that it arrived three days early, it also showed net incomes rising by 7.5 percent, and it looks like one of their sales VPs is "leaving" the company.

Autonomy, HP Combo Offers IDOL-Powered Hadoop Analysis, Marketing Analytics

Autonomy, with a mighty shove from its new owner HP, is the latest company to push its way into the Big Data space through the combination of Autonomy IDOL 10 and HP’s Converged Cloud.

HP Slashes 27,000 Jobs as Revamp Begins, Lynch Jumps From Autonomy

Just because you know something is going to happen -- particularly something bad -- it can still have a negative impact. A case in point is the loss of 27,000 jobs at HP out of its estimated 350,000 workforce.

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