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Bring Your Own Data Retention Policy: Recommendations for Employees

As we enter a new Bring Your Own Device era, the line between personal and corporate data is becoming more blurred. With more consumers becoming more proactive about protecting their information across social media and mobile devices and becoming more in tune to how their information is being protected (or not), we at CMSWire were curious how consumers' own data retention behaviors are affecting how companies manage data.

iPad 3: The Last Pieces of the Tablet Puzzle

applelogo.pngThe loneliest thing I saw today was an iPad 2 in a shop, still being sold at full price right up to the minute its successor is announced. Expect a price cut for these lingering relics as the replacement is unveiled Wednesday.

Mobify Optimizes Your Website for Tablets, and Bigger Bucks

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Having a tablet-friendly website is rapidly rising up the tick list of must-haves for anyone selling online. Mobify takes the hard work out of desktop browser to mobile or tablet browser conversion, fine-tuning and optimizing your site along the way.

Customer Experience Management: The Key to Web Strategy in 2012

In the age of social and mobile customers, all paths lead back to your website.

Crowd Funding Grows, Commerce Trends Evolve in 2012

2012 will see further pushes in the way stores try to get us to buy stuff, but don't just be a passive consumer this year, expect appeals for you to fund or work on apps and games to become increasingly common.

Why Everything is Made in China & What it Means for U.S. Jobs

Virtually everything today is manufactured in China. While it used to be that gadgets, gizmos and other products were made in the U.S., Taiwan or a brand's home country, businesses are now outsourcing mostly to manufacturing facilities in China. Amid calls for offshored jobs to return to local soil, will China retain its advantage in this industry?

IBM Targets Mobile Enterprise With Worklight Acquisition

With smartphones now outselling PCs and a recent global CIO  study showing 75% of respondents targeting mobile as a top spending priority, IBM took action to secure its place in the mobile enterprise domain, announcing a "definitive agreement" to acquire mobile app and infrastructure software developer Worklight.

“Our clients are under increased pressure to meet the growing demands of a workforce and customer base that now treat mobility as mission critical to their business,” said Marie Wieck, general manager, IBM application and infrastructure middleware.

Infragistics Acquires SouthLabs, Developer of SharePoint-For-Mobile Clients

Aiming to be a bigger player in the mobile collaboration and data market, UI and UX company Infragistics has snapped up SouthLabs, the developer of SharePlus, a leading SharePoint-on-your-iOS/Android/BlackBerry smartphone client.

A Week in Mobile: Profits, Losses and the Big Player's Plans for 2012

For the sellers of smartphones and their stockholders, the numbers in this week's financial reports were all important. For us users, however, we'd just like a phone that works and has some neat features. But those crazy numbers will have some interesting effects on what we be seeing in 2012.

kCura Tackles the Challenge of Big Data

kCura Tackles the Challenge of Big DataFor the last few months, we’ve been talking about big data. From social media to customer experience to cloud storage, the enterprise is struggling to manage and leverage copious amounts of data. The real issue for big data isn’t just where to put it all, but rather how to gain access to it when you need it.

Huddle Undermines SharePoint With Free Access to Enterprise Accounts

Huddle Undermines SharePoint With Free Access to Enterprise Accounts Huddle's new Enterprise Unlimited offering will open up business accounts to customers, partners and others to expand the concept of collaboration beyond your office's walls.

A Week in Google: Q4 Shocks Investors, PageRank Changes May Shock Users

Google briefly shocked investors with poor fourth quarter results which, on top of its recent troubles, can be defined as a distinct wobble in the company's otherwise stellar evolution. But, down at the coalface, it continues to tweak its search systems, throw out new apps and improve features in its fledgling social network.

Apple Announces iBooks 2 and iBooks Author At New York Event

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As expected, Apple's education event at the Guggenheim Museum brought forth new ways for students to read their classic texts in interactive, digital form. As usual, Apple also brought its own magic design skills to shake up the market with a new iBooks 2 and iBooks Author to help create a world of educational content.

Apple Closed the Android Gap With iPhone 4S

The numbers are in and the fall 2011 launch of Apple's 4S iPhone mid-life upgrade proved to be enough to propel the iOS platform to near parity with Android's dominant marketshare. Both Nielsen Research and NPD Group announced recently that the world's two most popular smartphone operating systems are within just a few points of each other, with RIM, Windows and all others in the proverbial dust.   

Now on General Release, AvePoint 6 Unifies, Automates SharePoint Management

Now on General Release, AvePoint 6 Unifies, Automates SharePoint Management If you’re a heavy SharePoint user, you will know that it can be used on-premise, online and in hybrid deployments. Managing one type of deployment is difficult enough, but three? AvePoint 6 -- or, officially, DocAve 6, which has gone on general release today -- aims to help enterprises overcome that by pulling the management of SharePoint into one space.

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