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Kapow Delivers Real-Time Integration With Salesforce

Kapow Delivers Real-Time Integration With SalesforceSince Kapow Software introduced Kapow Katalyst two years ago, the cloud application integration platform released a mobile app and integration with Sitecore. This week they announced Katalyst Apex Generator, an enhancement that lets businesses deploy Katalyst-built integrated processes directly into their Salesforce environment. 

Document Mgt Roll-up: Microsoft Denies Rumors of Office for iPad

This week, the web was buzzing with rumors about an iPad version of Office, which Microsoft quickly denied, Alfresco and Jive release a connector for socialized content, Treeno released v4.0 of its enterprise content management system, Varonis joins McAfee partner program, while Cintas and ScanMd get together for medical documents.

A Week in Apple: The Chomp Purchase, Office on iOS, and iPad 3

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This week, the Apple dragon woke from sleeping on its mountain of cash to pick up a search company, Chomp. That's likely as part of a revamp of iTunes as it prepares for its next generation of hardware launches, with more glimpses of components out in the wild.

Alfresco Enterprise 4: Social, Collaborative, Mobile, Cloud Connected Content Management

Alfresco Enterprise 4: Social, Collaborative, Mobile, Cloud Connected Content Management We said earlier in the week that we couldn’t talk about Alfresco 4 until today. Well, it’s today now and we can talk a little bit about this latest release, although only a little bit because it really is enormous. With it, Alfresco pushes its open content management platform firmly into the mobile and social space.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Alfresco to Release Enterprise 4, Office 15 Beta Announced

In the document management space this week, Alfresco announced that later in the week it will be releasing Enterprise 4, Microsoft announced the public beta of Office 15 for the summer, Colligo got legal at LegalTech, Rioch bought HSSK and M-Files can now be used on mobile devices.

Microsoft Office 15 Hits Tech Preview, Beta Due for Summer

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Enterprise guinea pigs will soon be getting hold of the next big update to Microsoft's Office Suite, with the public promised beta access in the near future.

 

Document Mgt Roll-up: Send Microsoft Files to Kindle, New Office Functionality for iPad

It’s been a mixed bag this week. Amazon has released an application that lets users send documents to Kindle, the CloudOn app enables users to create and edit Office documents on iPad, SAP expands in the education market, PSIGEN pushes into Asia Pacific while Due Diligence extends the scope of V-Rooms.

Android Users Getting Instagram App Soon and Faster Facebook Now

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Android users have millions of apps to enjoy, but there's still some envy for iOS's best-in-class products. Another of those pins will fall down soon, with the upcoming release of mega-popular photo app Instagram while a faster updated Facebook app is out now.

Microsoft Bringing Office to the iPad?

 msoffice_logo_2010.jpgAssuming Microsoft accepts it has no tablet presence and won't for some time, then it needs to get Office to as many tablet users as possible to keep one toe in a booming market. So, why not bring a new Office to the iPad?

Document Mgt Roll-up: KnowledgeTree's Private Cloud, New Microsoft Office Beta?

Even with the Thanksgiving weekend, there’s been a few notable releases in the document management space. KnowledgeTree announces the release of the Private Cloud edition of document tools, harmon.ie offers SharePoint functionality in LotusNotes, while iNimated offers access to PC documents via iPad. Iron Mountain has also been busy.

Office 365 Updated: Improved Mac and Windows Phone Support

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Microsoft is showering Office 365 with upgrades, wider device support and new markets, plus a new Lync app for smartphones is likely to increase its unified communications play.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Cisco Buys Versly, New Editing Capabilities for HP TouchPad

A busy week in the document management space. The big event this week was the announcement by Cisco that it will buy Versly, while QuickOffice is still upgrading TouchPad capabilities. Adobe offers PDF functionality for iPad, and Work upgraded its Office 365 offering. DocSTAR and Kyocera integrated for better cloud document management.

Document Mgt Roll-up: BPOS to Office 365 Migrations, PSIGEN Links SharePoint Data and Docs

This week, Microsoft warns against shifting from BPOS to Office 365 off you own bat, Recommind introduces collaborative and mobile email management, PSIGEN links data and documents in SharePoint, ICG upgrades its redaction software and NextDocs gets a big slice of Series A financing.

Recommind Extends Mobile, Collaborative Email Management

Recommind Extends Mobile, Collaborative Email Management New devices, new problems. If you haven’t guessed, we’re talking mobile devices and problems with the management of enterprise content that having a scattered workforce involves. Add to that all the unstructured data that comes in through email, and you’ve got double trouble. Recommind (news, site) is offering a solution to this with the v3.6 release of its Decisiv Email software.

Why Enterprise Content Management and Google Docs Are Not the Same

Recently, Alan Weintraub of Forrester Research published a paper in which he posed an interesting question: Can Google solve your ECM needs? Let's have a look.

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