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Alfresco bags respected new CEO, preps IPO

Content management firm rings the changes, CBR talks to founder. British open-source content management maven, Alfresco, has just announced that it has hired a new CEO: former SuccessFactors president Doug Dennerline. Dennerline is highly respected in the industry not just for his work at...

UK open source firm Alfresco heads to US market for IPO

UK open source firm Alfresco has revealed its plans to go public in the US, choosing the nation over the UK because of a less vibrant stock market in its home nation. The firm has now opened up a Silicon Valley office and appointed a US chief executive, Doug Dennerline. Dennerline was the president...

Son of CRM: cloud sales, marketing and service in 2013

The name's the same, but this is not the CRM your forefathers knew. Back in the client-server era, enterprise computing focused almost exclusively on automating internal systems. Today, all the innovation is happening at the edge of the enterprise, automating external interactions with prospects,...

IT Life: Building Alfresco To An Open Source Giant

Alfresco, the enterprise content management firm based in Maidenhead, is the world’s second most successful open source venture (after Red Hat), and is widely expected to issue an IPO and float on the stock market soon. Its products are used by 2,700 enterprise customers including NHS, BT, Cisco,...

Alfresco Offers Open-Source Management For Amazon's Cloud

Open-source enterprise content management (ECM) vendor Alfresco has become the latest to sign on board with Amazon's cloud services. For the IT community at midsize firms, this marks another step in Amazon's establishment in the enterprise cloud space. It also marks another small step in the growth...

Alfresco takes open source content management to the Amazon cloud

Signaling Amazon Web Services' steady rise toward enterprise acceptance, Alfresco today unveiled three versions of its open source ECM (enterprise content management) platform for AWS, ranging from fully hosted to a hybrid-cloud version.

2013: Enterprise Content Management Comes Full Circle

In 2012, the enterprise content management industry saw tons of growth and movement — and 2013 promises to shake it up even further. According to research by the Radicati Group, the ECM market will continue to grow from US$ 4.4 billion in 2012 to over US$ 7.5 billion in 2016 — an average growth...

Alfresco Ups Security, Extends File-Sharing Cloud to AWS

The latest edition of Alfresco’s flagship product offers enterprises document management capabilities on Amazon Web Services. The open-source platform supports public and private deployments, as well as  hybrid environments that offer improved support for mobile workers.

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