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5 Organizations that Produce Excellent Content

In a world of content farms and commodity news cycles, it looks like the pendulum is starting to swing back towards hi-fidelity content with a focus on content created for niche audiences.  

Cloud-Based Alfresco Moves from Beta to General Availability

Alfresco is now available in the cloud. On Thursday, the company behind the open-source document management and collaboration platform announced that its software-as-a-service (SaaS) cloud version, which had been available in beta, will now be generally available.

5 Organizations that Produce Excellent Content

In a world of content farms and commodity news cycles, it looks like the pendulum is starting to swing back towards hi-fidelity content with a focus on content created for niche audiences.  

Cloud-Based Alfresco Moves from Beta to General Availability

Alfresco is now available in the cloud. On Thursday, the company behind the open-source document management and collaboration platform announced that its software-as-a-service (SaaS) cloud version, which had been available in beta, will now be generally available.

Cloud could make flash drive obsolete says Afresco

Companies would be more secure if they made employees ditch flash drive in favour of putting data securely in the cloud, according to enterprise content management provider Alfesco.  David Gildeh, director of Cloud Services at Alfresco said that the situation with USB devices would only get worse...

Cloud could make flash drive obsolete says Afresco

Companies would be more secure if they made employees ditch flash drive in favour of putting data securely in the cloud, according to enterprise content management provider Alfesco.  David Gildeh, director of Cloud Services at Alfresco said that the situation with USB devices would only get worse...

While info360 2012 was quiet, cloud integration was the watchword

To say that last week's Info360 show in New York was not what I was expecting would be a gross understatement. For starters, I counted exactly two content management vendors at the entire show: Alfresco and Box (and Box is not a pure content management vendor by any means).   

While info360 2012 was quiet, cloud integration was the watchword

To say that last week's Info360 show in New York was not what I was expecting would be a gross understatement. For starters, I counted exactly two content management vendors at the entire show: Alfresco and Box (and Box is not a pure content management vendor by any means).   

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