content management

Box announces Hubs, a custom portal to share specialized content

For years, companies have been looking for better ways to share content, but the file/folder metaphor has stubbornly stuck. And that worked fine for ad hoc kinds of sharing between individuals or smal

Hygraph raises $30M to scale out a new, federated approach to managing digital content

The Series B was led by European investor One Peak, with previous backers OpenOcean and SquareOne, and new investor Boris Lokschin also participating.

TechCrunch+ roundup: Vanity metric dangers, planning for failure, Black founders survey

Relying on vanity metrics is like attending a Little League awards dinner: Everyone goes home a winner!

Box reaches $1B run rate in spite of a quarter dogged by currency challenges

Box launched in 2005 out of a dorm room. This week, after 17 years in business, the SaaS company reached a $1 billion run rate.

Payload raises $4.7M for its developer-first headless CMS

Payload, which develops a headless open source content management system (CMS), today announced that it has raised a $4.7 million seed round led by Google’s AI-focused Gradient Ventures. Other i

Acquia jumps on headless CMS bandwagon with open source starter kit

Over the last decade or so, content management systems have evolved from monolithic systems managed by IT to a set of services made available to developers through an API. The more modern approach sep

New Hygraph API helps developers federate content from multiple sources

In the early days of content management systems, you had a tool for creating and storing content, typically for a website, and nothing more. Over time, as more output options came along beyond the web

OpenText pushes acquisitive approach to growth with $6B Micro Focus deal

If the market doesn’t want Micro Focus, why does OpenText? It appears to be a big deal about getting bigger rather than direct synergy with the acquiring company.

How Box escaped the SaaS growth trap

How did Box manage to get out of the growth trap while also growing its gross margins, operating income and net profit in its most recent quarter?

Storyblok raises $47M to build out its headless CMS aimed at non-technical users like marketers

The world of web development continues to become increasingly more democratized — and more creative — thanks to innovations in “headless” systems that give more flexibility aro

Amazon is Primed for online domination

We talk about bulls in china shops, but what about bulls running through the streets of entire shopping districts, or other neighborhoods? This morning, Amazon unveiled a new feature that will test ju

Unlocking inclusion for women of color in web3

By definition, web3 is an inspiring vision for a new iteration of the Internet. To highlight women of color in crypto, we created a public spreadsheet listing investors, operators, and professionals w

Box strikes back with a quarter that beats everyone’s expectations, including its own

While all the trends appear to be moving in the right direction, can Box keep it going, and what are its projections for FY2023? Let's take a deeper look at the numbers.

Finalsite ransomware attack forces 5,000 school websites offline

Finalsite, an internet software house that provides school districts with website design, hosting and content management solutions, has been hit by a ransomware attack. Earlier this week, school distr

As post-pandemic e-commerce booms, Rally raises $6M for headless checkout platform

You might have heard of “headless” content management systems, whereby you can run a CMS without being locked into a front-end platform. Well, a similar movement is coming to e-commerce. T

Builder.io aims to make developers happy with its no-code approach to digital storefronts

Builder.io provides a drag-and-drop visual editor and headless content management system so that marketers can update websites without developer support.

After a proxy fight victory, it’s time for Box to make some bold moves

Throughout its history as a public company, Box has had a bumpy ride. The company was founded back in 2005 as a consumer file sharing service, but shifted a few years later to focus on enterprise.

Jared Spataro will talk about building Microsoft’s SaaS business at TC Sessions: SaaS

Jared Spataro has been with Microsoft for more than 15 years now, and he has been part of the transition from an on-prem software company to a SaaS business. Today his official title is corporate VP i

Box unwraps its answer to the $3.8B e-signature market: Box Sign

Box's new native e-signature product provides e-signature capability and unlimited signatures as part of Box’s business and enterprise plans at no additional cost.

Box shares rise on report company is exploring sale

Shares of Box, a well-known content-and-collaboration company that went public in 2015, rose today after Reuters reported that the company is exploring a sale. TechCrunch previously discussed rising i
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