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DataStax + HP Moonshot Show Off at SpringCM

It’s a good time to be a NoSQL database vendor. You don’t have to tell Matt Pfeil that. As the co-founder of DataStax, which brings Apache Cassandra to the enterprise, he’s living the story.

What started as an eight-person team in a rented office in San Mateo, Calif. in early 2011, DataStax now serves 500 customers in more than 55 countries and makes its home in a 36,000 square foot space.

And that’s not all. Pfeil and his co-founder Jonathan Ellis have raised $189.7 million in venture capital to grow their company. It’s now valued at more than $830 million.

But that’s not what the DataStax team was supercharged about when we spoke last week. Instead Pfeil had his company’s partnership with HP Moonshot on his mind. It was announced earlier today.

“In the past DataStax Enterprise hasn’t always worked well with smaller servers,” said Pfeil. “HP Moonshot changes that.”

8 Companies Leading ECM Into 2015


The enterprise content management (ECM) market looks set to change again. According to new research form Boston-based Nucleus Research, enterprises are taking to the idea of storing content on external servers.

ECM vendors have moved into agile mode and are now focusing on the development and simplification of their systems as well as automation and integration of new capabilities to generate value propositions for customers.

These 8 Vendors Lead the ECM Market

Even though the enterprise content management (ECM) market is a mature one, vendors still struggle to meet rapidly changing business and worker needs. The rise of mobility, demands for easy collaboration and the push to provide better customer experiences are all emerging as market drivers.

Enterprises, meanwhile, continue to look to ECM to put content into the applications where it is most needed. According to new data from Nucleus Research, this is pushing vendors to develop strategies that are based around simplification and integration, wider user adoption as well as mobile and sharing capabilities.

OpenText Expands, More Companies Offer Salesforce Integration


It’s been a busy few weeks in the document management space. OpenText announced it will be doubling its workforce in Canada in the next seven years and Perceptive released Content 7.

For those using, SpringCM and Steelbrick have teamed up to provide sales lifecycle management, while Oris4 is connecting SharePoint and We also took a look at managing metadata in SharePoint.

Sharing Google Analytics, Ranking Webcasts and More


And now, the news. This week, DAM NY is set to bloom, Google Analytics wants you to share, an omnichannel Currency is born and Cloudwords adds machine translation.

Also, webcasts get engagement measuring from ON24 and Sizmek tracks measurement worldwide.

Plus, AtTask integrates with Widen and WebDAM, SpringCM with SteelBrick, YP with OpenX, and Crow Canyon Systems with FPweb.

Document Mgt Roll-up: SpringCM Secures Mobile Content, Alfresco Outlines Hybrid Strategy

This week in document management we heard how SpringCM has upgraded its content security to enable safer mobile computing. OpenText was also busy this week with not one, or two, but four different upgrades and releases, while Ademero upgraded Content Central to v6.5. Meanwhile, we sat down with Alfresco to find out about the future of cloud computing.

Recession Relief: New Job Openings at Klout, EPiServer, Verisign, Mindjet, CoreMedia, Yammer and Salesforce (07-Mar-13)

Start off the New Year with a new gig -- we've got a shopping list of hot jobs for you to browse. Our featured jobs list is a great collection of opportunities spanning specialties and continents. Here's who's hiring this week (and if you're hiring, post your open jobs here).

Recession Relief: New Job openings at Microsoft, SpringCM, Tealium, MindTouch, Klout and SugarCRM (04-Oct-12)

Start off Fall with a new gig -- we've got a shopping list of hot jobs for you to browse. Our featured jobs list is a great collection of opportunities spanning specialties and continents. Here's who's hiring this week (and if you're hiring, post your open jobs here).

GRC Roll-up: SpringCM's Secure File Syncing, Check Point to Release Doc Security

Seems a lot of people are at the beach or on vacation this week. Which might explain why it's so quiet in the GRC space. That said, SpringCM still managed to release a file syncing app that secures files, Check Point said it will release document security software by the end of the year, BackOffice bought Headwell, and Recommind partners with Hudson.

SpringCM New File Syncing Business App Gives Administrators More Control

SpringCM_logo_2010.jpg It’s hard to count how many file transfer or sync applications there are on the market at the moment. Even still, SpringCM has announced the release of another one. The differentiator here, SpringCM CEO Chris Junker told CMSWire, is that this is truly a business application.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Apple's OX Mountain Lion's Document Functionality, SpringCM

With  the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, we were always going to be looking for new document functionality in OX Mountain Lion. Also this week, Cabinet NG expanded its file sharing capacity, SpringCM's Android app is generally available and Google buys QuickOffice.

Document Mgt Roll-up: CODiE awards, DocuLex Upgrades Archive Studio

It’s been busy enough this week, especially with the CODiE awards where SpringCM has a lot to shout about, while DocuLex has upgraded Archive Studio, eFileCabinet has entered a new partnership and Gartner has identified what it considers the coolest content management vendors on the planet.

Document Mgt Roll-up: SpringCM Upgrades Doc Approval, Send It to Kindle for Mac

This week, SpringCM upgraded its document approval software, Amazon released Send to Kindle for Mac, OpenText and BigHand released their first integrated offering, Agility upgrades its Web CMS and NovoDynamics releases device-neutral OCR.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Office for Mac SP2 Gets Pulled After One Week

This week, Microsoft offered us a new definition of pulling speed when it took Office for Mac SP2 off the shelves, SharePoint and DotNetNuke get close, SpringCM joins the mobile party, Perceptive also gets mobile with Interact and Adobe releases CS6/Extended.

SpringCM Releases Content Management Apps for iPad, iPhone, Android

SpringCM Releases Content Management Apps for iPad, iPhone, Android While the ability to gain access to content through smartphones or other mobile devices was a welcome step forward, it's just not enough any more. Workers are now looking for the ability to interact with that content and initiate business processes. SpringCM has introduced a new range of apps that does that with its content management software.

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