It's easy to forget that Alfresco is still a young company. It was founded by John Newton, one of the people who helped define the entire content management industry, so it feels older than it is, but it is just 8 years old. And as I attended the Alfresco Summit last week in Boston, I got the... Workshare partners with Alfresco for secure document management
When I sat down with John Newton last week at the Alfresco Summit, I knew I was going to be talking to a man who knows the industry as well as just about anybody. We've had some great conversations in the past, but this time, Newton wanted to talk about the future, the next decade, and he wanted to... The Fallacy of IT Consumerization
Open source consultancy Zaizi has been brought in by the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) to deploy the Alfresco Collaboration and Records Management service.
Built on top of the open source Alfresco One platform, BIS' Future Information Management Systems (FIMS) project will... Musings On The Future Of Content And Collaboration
by Business Computing World
on 2 December 2013
Every 5 years or so I like to try and figure out what life is going to be like in ten years’ time or at least what are our lives going to be like in the workplace of the future. Technology is evolving at such a rapid rate now, when you think back ten years ago we didn’t have Facebook, there was no... The three universal questions companies ask about big data
by CITE World
on 18 November 2013
Surely, you've been hearing about Big Data. It's all the rage right now, but many companies don't understand how Big Data can possibly affect them. The fact is that disruption is having an impact on every organization today, but it's not just the business itself, it's how you do business including... The Cloud upended IT procurement and it’s never going back
This time last week, ITProPortal was in the midst of Alfresco Summit 2013, one of the biggest open source-focused conferences on the circuit. Come See Us at Dreamforce 2013
by Jerome Agnola
on 14 November 2013
Sales people aren’t good about managing documents. Lucky for you, Alfresco makes it easy!
Today millions of sales teams share their documents via email, resulting in critical paperwork piling up in everyone’s inboxes, confusion on versions and lacking a single view on where paperwork is in...