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Granicus Helps Grow Citizen Participation with New Features

granicus_logo_2010.jpgIt’s not often the words transparency and citizen engagement are used in the same sentence, but they are essential elements if you really want to innovate and evolve your community into taking meaningful action. Which is why the folks at Granicus announced new features aimed at empowering its Citizen Participation Suite users to better collect and analyze feedback from their community.

Alcatel-Lucent Launches Creative Commons Licensed API Practice

Communications technology and services provider Alcatel-Lucent is launching a new practice focused on supporting a lifecycle methodology for application programming interfaces (APIs) which will be licensed under Creative Commons and available free to any developer.

Pinterest Evolves for the Mobile User with iPad and Android Versions

pinterest_logo_ipad.PNGWith the tablet market about to go into overdrive, Pinterest has updated its mobile apps to offer distinct iPad and Android versions, to cater for those shiny new media-rich screens.

Yammer Launches First Major Update Post Microsoft Buy

Yammer is now officially part of Microsoft's Office Division, and the enterprise social network has released a major new update to the homepage and navigation features.

GageIn Focuses on Easy Information Discovery in Updated Sales Platform

Sales/marketing intelligence provider GageIn has released a major upgrade to its signature platform. GageIn v2.0 features improvements and enhancements to homepage navigation and email functionality, among other changes.

Note to the Cord : Apple is Coming, Prepare to be Cut

The cable and satellite companies still seem to be in denial of the fact that dematerialization is coming. In the same way that encyclopedias have been dematerialized, their fate is upon them. Just like day planners have been dematerialized, their day of reckoning is at hand. Just like film and cameras have been dematerialized, the end is nigh. Apple TV is coming for you, cable and satellite companies, are you ready to join Encyclopedia Brittanica, Franklin Covey and Kodak in the not so exclusive club of irrelevant and waiting to expire?

Google Puts Voice Search on iPad/iPhone, Offers Search in Gmail

Google, when all is said and done, is a search provider. This week it has announced three enhancements to its search engine. The upgrades include voice search for iPad/iPhone, Gmail in search and improvements to Knowledge Graph, the database it introduced in May.

Mobile Development Platform AnyPresence Debuts with Strong Enterprise Ties

More and more enterprise companies are cluing into the importance of mobile app development platforms and ecosystems, and new player AnyPresence just might have the right mix of security and agility for many businesses.

Doc Mgt Roll-up: Microsoft Launches Office, SharePoint Store, Cabinet NG Rebrands

It’s still the holiday season, so all's quiet on the document management front. However, that didn’t stop Microsoft from launching its new store for Office and SharePoint, nor did it stop Cabinet NG from rebranding. Also this week, 52apps released a watermarking tool for iPad and iPhone, while PixelCrayons enters the document management market.

Apple Ditching YouTube App From iOS 6

applelogo.png Since the launch of the very first iPhone, the YouTube app has sat proudly on the front screen, eager to play the latest video content. That all changes as Apple cuts it from the smartphone, for various reasons, in the upcoming iOS 6.0.

Windows Phone 8 Nearly Complete, New Nokia Devices to be Unveiled Soon

winphone8start.jpg After the recent excitement over the completion of the Windows 8 operating system, Microsoft should have the smartphone version done in the next few weeks, with Nokia expected to announce new devices for a coordinated launch later in the year. 

Citrix CloudGateway 2 Offers Enhanced Cross-Platform Mobility With MDX

logo_2012_citrix.gifBring-your-own-device (BYOD) setups are popular in the workplace today, and it can be a headache for IT departments to manage access, data and applications across a variety of platforms. With this in mind, Citrix has highlighted mobile-enabling technologies in its latest release of CloudGateway 2 and Citrix Receiver client.

Hotmail Becoming Outlook.com as Microsoft Changes the Email Game

outlook_logo.PNG Microsoft has claimed over a million sign-ups on the first day of its new Outlook.com email service, with the promise of a far great experience through improved interaction with attachments and wider links to social media. With plans to migrate the millions of Microsoft Hotmail users, will it attract users from Yahoo, Gmail and other services?

iMeet Enterprise Level Video Conferencing Debuts Version 2.0

Longtime audio conferencing heavyweight PGI is ready to launch version 2.0 of its year-old iMeet video conferencing system.

Yahoo Updates IntoNow for Expanded 'Second Screen' TV Watching

If you chronically watch TV with an iOS device in your lap, Yahoo is now offering more things to keep you busy with “second screen” interaction. On Monday, the technology giant released version 3.0 of its IntoNow program.

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