Tech Talk Live: New Alfresco API (Episode 59)
Alfresco has just announced the Alfresco API. But you've been developing apps on top of Alfresco for years. Watch October's Tech Talk Live to find out from Peter Monks and Jeff Potts what the Alfresco API is, how it works with Alfresco, and how you can get started using it today.
Zia: Building A Mobile CMS App for Your Enterprise with MobileWorkdesk for Alfresco
In the past, companies looking for a mobile content management App have been forced to choose between a "one size fits all" App for their enterprise, with limited personalization between users, generic workflow, and other limitations; or creating a series of custom Apps each targeted at differen
Stay Synced with Cloud Enhanced ECM
Join guest speaker, Forrester Research Principal Analyst Alan Weintraub and Alfresco's Director of Product Marketing, Paul Hampton, explore how cloud connected content is changing the way you organization creates, shares and manages files, information and your business process -- in short, the w
Zia: Government Solutions from Paper to Mobile
Join Alfresco Partner of the Year—Zia Consulting—to learn how they are providing Federal, State, and Local governments with content solutions ranging from Paper to Mobile. With Alfresco as the "Content Hub", Zia then builds with technologies from Ephesoft, the leading open source Document Captur
Tech Talk Live: Custom Document Views in Share (Episode 58)
In September's episode of Tech Talk Live, Will Abson presents an overview of the web preview component used by Share to display inline views of a variety of document and file types directly within the web browser, and shows how it is possible to define your own custom viewers, using Share custom
Reva: Alfresco and Mobile Strategy
By 2013, more users will connect to the internet over mobile devices that laptops and PCs combined (source: Gigaom, "Mobile Internet wiIl soon overtake fixed internet" 2010). If you don't have a mobile strategy in place, it's time to get one now.
Zia: Alfresco Solutions for the IBM Enterprise
A common question from companies considering Alfresco for content management is what to do with their legacy ECM systems. In many cases, they want to run Alfresco alongside their existing system for some period of time, and then gradually migrate their content.
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.
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.
Traditional RM solutions have typically been implemented as stand alone, siloed applications, disconnected from other corporate Enterprise Content Management applications.
This approach has a number of issues: