Content Management

Online publishers – whether it be of news or of corporate information – are facing an ever-changing variety of content. Content has to be provided for every format – iPads and smartphones alike. The cloud may offer a way to reduce the cost, complexity and delay involved in upgrading content management and provision as new formats or types of content become popular.

Day to day document sharing can come with discussion threads, whiteboards and group editing as well as version control and revision mark-up.

 

News

Horizon 6 release beefs up VMware's end user computing ambitions

Jun 30, 2014 Alex Hamilton

VMware looking to help companies manage a scaleable fleet of virtual machines

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IBM enhances analytics portfolio with new Navigator service

Jun 25, 2014 Alex Hamilton

Users can collaborate to make sense of the data deluge, says Big Blue

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Microsoft ups OneDrive for Business storage capacity to 1TB

Apr 29, 2014 Rene Millman

40 times more capacity as cloud storage war heats up

Sky to launch cloud-based PVR

Apr 28, 2014 Rene Millman

Broadcaster looks to the cloud to head off threat from Netflix, Apple, Amazon and Google

Red Hat launches OpenShift Marketplace to boost its PaaS offering

Apr 15, 2014 Rene Millman

Jumps on App Store bandwagon, also announces integration and messaging products

Advice

Best business apps to download in 2013

Jun 10, 2013

We all download apps now. Every month, we're going to be publishing a list of the best business apps

Keep track of data - a new era for enterprise content management

Feb 24, 2012 Billy MacInnes

We're dealing with ever more and diverse bits of content - a cloud-based enterprise content system could be a way to handle them

Keeping track of digital assets in the cloud

Jan 17, 2012 Graham Jarvis

Managing digital assets is an important consideration for enterprises - does cloud help this process?

Marketers turn to cloud to modernise their campaigns

Sep 2, 2011 Graham Jarvis

Marketing departments have turned to cloud to boost performance. The results can be successful if certain rules are followed

Does onset of cloud computing mean ditching SOA?

Aug 9, 2011 Manek Dubash

If cloud is the next big thing, then SOA was the last next big thing - but they're not just compatible, they complement each other too

Case Studies

Q&A: Martin Russell, head of IT services, Just Eat

Sep 27, 2013 Jane McCallion

We asked Martin Russell, head of IT at takeaway ordering service Just Eat about the company’s use of Google Apps