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New share-and-sync file services stoke feature-vs-product debate

New updates to Alfresco’s content management system and Box’s cloud sync service renew questions about whether these file-share-and-sync services are best offered as part of a larger, legacy product or by an independent provider that specializes in this technology.

Keep Calm and Carry On

At Alfresco we have been advocating greater use of open source as the best way to lower costs and improve the efficiency of large UK Government IT projects for the best part of a decade.

Bristol Council opts for open source electronic document management

Bristol City Council has opted for an open source electronic document and records management (EDRM) system as part of moves to slash its operational budget by £70m. The council signed a deal with Alfresco for document and digital asset management, which will work alongside its other open source...

Alfresco Records Management 2.0 Provides Granular Controls, Mobile Access

Alfresco announced its next generation Records Management 2.0 platform, and the updated system now fully integrates with Alfresco Enterprise 4 including more granular controls, mobile access and email features. As more and more enterprise and even government level IT move to the cloud, tracking...

Liferay Officially Launches Apps Marketplace

Last week we wrote about open source enterprise portal provider Liferay quietly launching a new app store, Liferay Marketplace. It seems the company has decided to make things official. Liferay has formally announced Liferay Marketplaceto the world.

iPad, iPhone support for Alfresco Mobile

Alfresco has launched Version 1.3 of its mobile app, which highlights support for the iPhone and iPad. Alfresco Mobile 1.3 includes additional security measures through full-time data encryption for subscribers, allowing them to make their content permanently encrypted on the device, only becoming...

Dropbox Security Breach: Expert Reaction

CBR rounds up the reaction to the news of Dropbox's security blunder, where the reuse of a password by an employee resulted in attackers gaining access to customer email addresses.

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