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Q&A: The changing shape of enterprise content

John Newton has had an influential career in the content management market, having co-founded and led the development of Documentum, subsequently acquired by EMC. Today Newton is chairman and CTO at open source content management firm, Alfresco.

SharePoint - It's Not Your Only Alternative

This time last year I was working in an IT Strategy role and attending the SharePoint conference in Anaheim, while an Enterprise Architecture colleague from our ECM team was at the OpenText conference. We were both attending with an agenda: we were working for a steering committee attempting to...

Alfresco unveils iOS document management in the cloud

Open source content management firm Alfresco has announced a new version of its mobile system for the Apple iOS platform that is designed to increase productivity in the cloud. Alfresco Mobile 1.4 delivers task management, note taking and file synching. Using the workflow capability of the Alfresco...

Alfresco Enhances Customer Engagement, Experience With Mobile App v1.4

With the SharePoint Las Vegas conference now winding down, it’s back to the business of actually making content work for business. Alfresco, with this in mind, has upgraded its mobile app for iOS, which adds wider functionality to the app that was first released in September last year.

Can Hadoop Survive its Weird Beginning?

Most people think of Hadoop as pioneering technology that is being developed through an open source ecosystem. But if we take a closer look at Hadoop’s origins and the current structure of its community, it quickly becomes clear that Hadoop is not following the footsteps of other projects like...

Alert: What's Coming for Open Source CMS in November 2012

Welcome to the October 2012 installment of our what's coming from the open sourceprojects in the next month. If you feel that your project was left out, we invite you to email us at pr@cmswire.com to have a project representative...

Is the cloud bad for open source? Just the opposite

Those who imagine the cloud will stall the growth of open-source software should think again. Open source will even end up challenging in areas that until now have remained proprietary fiefdoms.

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