Webinars On Demand

Simple + Secure Human Resources: Document Automation & EasyECM

One of the more document-centric processes within any organization is Human Resources, with both company and regulatory requirements for documentation and data, ranging from Paper to Email to E-Forms.  This webinar will show how to Renovate your HR Document Management systems including:

Universal Search from within Alfresco and Beyond

We’ve all been in the situation where we know we have a file or a fact buried in our documents, but we just can’t remember where we put it. Or we remember where we saved it, but it is in a different application than the one we are currently working in.

EasyLegal 2.0: Migrating from Legacy Legal ECM Systems

Whether in a Law Firm or in-house Corporate Legal, for many organizations the choice of a Document Management system has been limited to a small number of legacy vendors with complex and costly offerings that users are forced to accept, rather then working the way they want to work.

Office Hours with Jeff & Richard

Join us for another live session of Office Hours where the Alfresco Community Team responds to your questions and discusses what's been going on in the community. The live video broadcast will appear here along with a chat window to join the discussion in #alfresco on freenode IRC.

Unravelling Content Chaos

The challenge to manage corporate content has never been more complex as the volume, velocity and variety of incoming and outgoing content continues to increase. 

Simplified Content Ingestion & Migration

Enterprise content management projects often have the need to migrate existing content from legacy systems. Migrations may be from existing file systems or legacy ECM platforms, such as Documentum or FileNet.

Tech Talk Live (Episode 75)

Tech Talk Live is a monthly, live session devoted entirely to a technical topic related to Alfresco. This month we will be talking to Richard McKnight about various common developer topics that are often overlooked, such as People objects, Group objects, and the attribute service.

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