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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 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.

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.

Alfresco-Cloud Content Management with a Hybrid Theme

The cloud content management world is fairly divided between those who believe a public cloud delivery model is the best option for customers (example, and those who believe enterprises will only adopt a cloud approach when it is firmly protected within the confines of an enterprise’s own...

The Top Content Management Stories of the Year

As the end of the year approaches, we decided to approach some industry experts and ask them for their choice for the top content or content management story in 2012. We received a variety of responses across the spectrum of coverage areas here at FierceContentManagement.

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...