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  • Nuxeo Stregthens DAM Strategy With Google API

    Nuxeo is an open source content management platform with a DAM advantage.  And now the company strengthened its already formidable digital asset management (DAM) capabilities by integrating its platform with Google’s Cloud Vision API. The new Nuxeo plugin, Nuxeo Vision, has been developed to support the Google Cloud Vision

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  • Is Microsoft at War With Its Partners?

    Is Microsoft at War With Its Partners?

    No one wants to be uninvited from a party, and Okta is no different. And so the news that Microsoft had uninvited the identity management vendor and long-standing Microsoft partner from exhibiting at Microsoft Ignite made for one of the more intriguing recent stories.

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  • IBM Expands Bluemix Garage to France

    IBM Expands Bluemix Garage to France

    IBM is opening its fourth Bluemix Garage in Nice in the south of France. Big Blue defines the its Bluemix Garage as "a consultancy with a startup DNA empowering companies, large and small, to design and build engaging applications using IBM Design Thinking, Lean Startup and Agile DevOps.

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  • 3 Intranet Communications Myths, Busted

    3 Intranet Communications Myths, Busted

    Once upon a time the business elite controlled content and commenting caused palpitations in the board room.  Now employees have a voice, and it’s something to be encouraged.

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  • SharePoint 2016 Will Be Here In Less Than 8 Weeks

    Happy days are here for SharePoint 2016 fans. Microsoft just pushed out the Release to Manufacturing (RTM) version and announced the final version will be generally available May 4. It's also released the RTM of Project Server 2016 that's distributed as part of SharePoint Server 2016.

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  • OpenText Outlines Its Vision for a Digital World

    PARIS – With a little over a month before OpenText pushes Release 16 onto the market, OpenText President and CEO Mark J. Barrenechea arrived here to outline the information management vendor’s vision of a digital world.

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  • Hyland Jumps Into the File Sync & Share Market

    Is Hyland, the creator of the OnBase enterprise content management (ECM) system, about to shake up the enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) space? It's a possibility, based on yesterday's release of ShareBase, a cloud-based EFSS application that will enable enterprises to share content inside and outside the firewall.

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  • Doc Mgt Roll-Up: What's Up With WhatsApp Doc Sharing?

    Doc Mgt Roll-Up: What's Up With WhatsApp Doc Sharing?

    File sync and share is so hot that if you can't beat 'em, then you gotta join them, right? At least that seems to be the thinking of the folks at WhatsApp, who announced this week that users will be able to share documents as part of an update

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  • You Say You Want a Revolution? The IoT is Delivering

    The connected home is only a small fragment of the Internet of Things (IoT).

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  • SharePoint Is Evolving: What's Your Game Plan?

    SharePoint Is Evolving: What's Your Game Plan?

    SharePoint is once again in a state of transition.  A major factor driving the transition has been SharePoint's move to the cloud, which began with Microsoft Managed Services (MMS) and Business Productivity Online Services (BPOS), but sped up under the rebranding with the Office 365 logo.

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  • Doc Mgt Roll-Up: How Do You Like Your Living Documents?

    Doc Mgt Roll-Up: How Do You Like Your Living Documents?

    Document collaboration vendor Quip may not be a household name. But it's CEO and founder Bret Taylor probably is — at least indirectly. Taylor created the Facebook ‘Like’ button when he was CTO of the social network. He also co-created Google Maps and the Google Maps API.

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  • Is Hub the Ultimate Cloud First, Mobile First App?

    Microsoft has just announced the release of what could be one of the first — if not the first — truly Mobile First, Cloud First apps. Hub Keyboard, which Microsoft unveiled this week, is a new keyboard app that lets Android device users toggle between Office 365 apps without interrupting

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  • Symantec, HCL Deepen Partnership to Address Cloud Holes

    Mountain View, Calif.-based Symantec and Noida, India-based enterprise software developer HCL Technologies  are deepening their partnership. The goal is to provide a cyber-resilient service that protects enterprises from targeted attacks and persistent threats in the cloud.

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  • Listening to the SharePoint Community #SPTechCon

    Listening to the SharePoint Community #SPTechCon

    Hundreds of SharePoint-focused admins, collaboration experts, developers and business stakeholders packed the room yesterday at SPTechCon Austin  to listen to a keynote from Seth Patton, senior director of product management for Microsoft SharePoint and OneDrive and Chris McNulty, senior product marketing manager for SharePoint and Office 365.

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