Webinars On Demand
Blue Fish Development Group Energy Solution: Leading the Industry in Preventing Natural Gas Pipeline Disasters
In 2010, a natural gas pipeline exploded in San Bruno, California. This devastating accident prompted the US Government to put in place heightened regulatory requirements to ensure enhanced safety and environmental protection in pipeline transportation.
Micro Strategies: Alfresco and Outlook Integration
Do you always have one, two, or even three copies of the same email in your Alfresco repository?
Join our Outlook Integration Webinar to learn about features such as:
Reva: Reports for Alfresco
While most content management users only need access to content itself, some need access to information about the content. These may be administrators who need to optimize and maintain the system or business users looking to understand the status of critical content to their operations.
Tech Talk Live on Solr (Episode 57)
Most new Alfresco projects use Alfresco 4.0 with Solr as a search engine. This episode of Tech Talk Live is aimed at system administrators and architects who have experience using Alfresco with Lucene, but have not yet dived into what Solr is and how it works together with Alfresco 4.0.
Alfresco Anywhere: Tablet Solutions for your Enterprise Content
Mobile technology and applications are transforming the way people work, with recent reports suggesting tablet sales will exceed laptop sales by 2015, and estimates that nearly 65% of iPad sales are to enterprise customers.
CIGNEX - Alfresco based CLMS (Contract Lifecycle Management)
Join CIGNEX Datamatics, Alfresco's Global Platinum Partner, as they share the case study experience of a leading supplier of auto parts, regarding their implementation of Alfresco as a Contract Lifecycle Management solution.
Tech Talk Live: New Mobile SDKs (Episode 56)
In July, we will discuss Alfresco's soon-to-be-released mobile SDKs for iOS and Android. With these SDKs, you can easily add to your applications the ability to work with content hosted in your Alfresco server or in the Alfresco Cloud.