Media Coverage

Redmond Magazine - 10 Challengers to Microsoft

Redmond has no shortage of rivals that want a piece of its business. While there are certainly more than 10, these competitors are keeping Microsoft's top execs up at night. VMware Inc.: The virtualization market leader might be losing a bit of momentum to Microsoft, but it has the product line,...

Network World - Makers, Users and Buyers of Open Source Software

More and more is being written about governance and license compliance and open source. The FUD of lawsuits continues unabated. Simon Phipps has an excellent post on trying to break out of the conversational frame that some use around compliance and governance.One of the difficult problems is...

Real Story Group - Our First Take on Alfresco's Latest Web CMS

ECM vendor Alfresco is best known for its Document and Records Management functionality. However the company has also supported Web Content Management (WCM) use cases, albeit with variable enthusiasm over the years. Some new energy has returned since Alfresco recently released Community version 3.4...

CTO Edge - Alfresco Extends ECM Reach

The latest version of the open source enterprise content management system from Alfresco is reaching out to more sources of data.Version 3.4 of Alfresco Community adds support for the Microsoft Office SharePoint Protocol and CIFS and an application programming interface (API) for integrating with...

KM world - ECM Roundup

Enterprise content management (ECM) is a tricky category. Many search and Web content vendors feel they provide “ECM.” But in fact, true ECM—if it exists at all—demands a specific set of functionality, including secure access, version control, check-in/check-out and cross-platform access to...

CMSWiRE - How 6 Enterprise Content Management Systems Support Collaboration

IBM IBM's (news, site) social software, Lotus Connections, was most recently discussed at Lotusphere 2010, where version 2.5 flaunted the following new and integrated features:Communities: The Community feature has been enhanced swanky new discussion forums that show the number of replies for each...

Fierce Content Management - Moving beyond ECM

Early records managementIn the beginning there were papers. Papers were organized in files and files were organized in file cabinets. Over time, the files became old and were put in boxes and labeled and placed on a shelf in a storage facility. To keep track of those boxes, somebody recorded the...

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