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Alfresco, SugarCRM launch mobile app for iPad, iPhone

Add Alfresco to the growing list of open source applications being ported to the iPhone and iPad.As Alfresco DevCon nears next month, the content management company announced the free iOS application for Apple’s leading mobile platforms.

Alfresco Mobile for iPad, iPhone: Content Management Gone Mobile

Businesses of all sizes and in all industries are buying into the idea that workers are more mobile than ever before and thus need tools to help them work effectively.And knowledge workers using content management solutions are no exception. Alfresco knows that the tablet is driving the need for...

Let's Get Back to Real Business

Perhaps the Steve Jobs resignation couldn’t have come at a better time for our industry. It should be a wake-up call for the rest of the technology industry. Steve Jobs is synonymous with innovation, and his legacy is marked with unbridled success. His focus on reinventing existing markets and...

Alfresco, TEMIS Join to Enhance Content with Semantic Information

Semantic Enrichment Equals More Valuable Content Web 3.0, or the semantic web, promises to alter the web experience as much as social media has done. Semantic technology is all about enriching human readable content with information — metadata — that allows machines to process it. Despite the...

How knowledge management helps keep the US attack free

The attacks that brought down the World Trade Center 10 years ago also cracked the foundations of traditional information sharing in the government intelligence and law enforcement communities.Although the attack and its aftermath affected broad swaths of IT, it also helped transform one area of...

KMWorld Trend-Setting Products of 2011

The juggernaut of consolidation keeps charging along, so what were single-point solutions a decade ago now include a broad spectrum of capabilities. A Web content management system, for example, contains functionality for, say, collaboration, social media, analytics, records management, etc....

Big content management vendors struggle to innovate like cloud upstarts

Without a discernible cloud strategy for content management, IBM (NYSE: IBM), Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT), Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL) and other large content management vendors are lagging behind upstarts like Huddle, Box.net, Alfresco and SpringCM. These upstarts are out to prove a simple point: Ease of...

Why Settle for SharePoint?

Microsoft makes billions of dollars from SharePoint. It's their premier revenue generator at this point. The reason has mostly to do with Microsoft's sheer size, of course, and the prevalence of their operating system and office suite, particularly in small and medium businesses. But something else...

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