To outsiders, Britain’s National Health Service must look like a monolith, with more than a million staff marching under one three letter acronym to provide healthcare free at the point of delivery, paid for by the taxes. But the NHS is actually an assortment of several hundred organisations.
Capterra, an online software review service, published a list of what it identifies as the top 20 document management software solutions. According to Capterra, it developed the ranking based on its popularity index, which weighed, ranked and scored a number of variables including the number of...
Alfresco has teamed up with document viewing technology provider Snowbound Software to integrate Snowbound's VirtualViewer HTML5 into its collaborative ECM platform, Alfresco One.
A few years ago, the thought of wearable technology devices being commonplace was farfetched; things have changed very quickly in the last few years, even in the last few months, as technology marches ahead, delivering ultra-low power processors and new wireless connectivity protocols. As user...
Alfresco's John Newton has also had a word: "Will the Apple Watch change the way we do business today? No, it's not going to have the immediate impact on businesses that we saw with the iPad or even the iPhone. These both quickly raised questions over the management of bring your own device (BYOD...
The Unity solution (based on Alfresco platform) promises improved access to health and social care professionals, service users and carers.
Anyone who has ever spent more than a few seconds on TripAdvisor will know that, when it comes to travelling overseas, some places are seen as a lot more welcoming than others.
Alfresco software is beefing up the sales push with one last shot of venture-capital courage before going public.
Enterprise document management vendor Alfresco Software wants to move into global markets and managed to secure $45 million in funding to help make that happen.
Alfresco hopes to blur the line between file sharing and content management with a new series of investments that should help develop and market the business and hit out at "content light" businesses like Box and Dropbox.