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5 things to watch for at Amazon's Cloud show

by NetworkWorld on
Last year some 6000 attendees trekked out to Las Vegas for the first customer conference of what many consider to be the leading public IaaS Cloud provider: Amazon Web Services. AWS re:Invent 2012 saw the launch of a new data analytics and warehousing product, price drops on its services, and lots...

New Alfresco CEO sets sights on big spenders Box and Dropbox

by ITProPortal on
Doug Dennerline, who joined enterprise content management specialist Alfresco at the beginning of the year, believes his new charges can emulate the success of other startups-gone-big, Box and Dropbox. The firm has enjoyed steady growth since its inception in 2005, but Dennerline (above) wants to...

Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales: Cameron's policies could damage Internet freedom worldwide

by ITProPortal on
Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales believes David Cameron’s Internet censorship policies could damage online liberty for citizens worldwide, as the West “loses its moral leadership” in freedom of speech. ITProPortal sat down with the Wiki chief at the Alfresco Summit in Barcelona today, and Wales,...

Alfresco Summit 2013: Content management conference kicks off in Barcelona

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Enterprise content management specialist Alfresco has cut the tape on its annual user and developer conference today, as Alfresco Summit 2013 kicks off in Barcelona. The software firm has gathered its developer base and enterprise customers, as well as IT decision makers, business delegates and...

Alfresco Summit 2013: Move over geeks, the creatives are coming through

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If you’ve been to any kind of enterprise IT conference in the past few years, the chances are you’d have heard ‘big data’ crop up somewhere along the line. With analytics tools proliferating and more business than ever being driven by hard data, the subject has become ubiquitous.

Could collaboration in the cloud be the future of open government?

by Technology.info on
Only five years ago, a mandate to overhaul the infrastructure of an entire branch of the government would have sent shivers through the CIOs of government agencies. The cost of such a mandate would be significant with new technology investments, maintenance costs, licensing fees, consulting costs,...

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