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Network World - Alfresco certified for Ubuntu

Enterprise content management vendor Alfresco, has been certified to work on the Ubuntu stack. The company's Enterprise Edition 3.3 is now certified on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Server.Ubuntu owner Canonical has been pushing the Linux distribution hard in the past few months so this move appears to support...

The Register - How can UK.gov spend £35m on a website?

The Central Office of Information (COI), the UK Government's centre of excellence for marketing and communications, has just published a report on the costs, usability and quality of selected UK Government websites in 2009-10.It's a detailed report and the data is available to download. It shows...

CMSWiRE - Alfresco Enables Community to Contribute To Projects

The Alfresco Community Committer Program Alfresco has launched the (ACCP). As ECM Architect blogger Jeff Potts points out, the ACCP doesn't open the door wide for community participation. Instead, the program represents a process by which Alfresco-based projects can be accepted into the ACCP...

EContent - CMIS Standard Aims to Reshape ECM Industry

Content management systems do not always like to play nice with each other. With the May 4 announcement of the OASIS international consortium's approval of Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) version 1.0-a new open standard that enables information to be shared across Enterprise...

The Var Guy - Microsoft SharePoint 2010: The Reviews are In

After months of buildup, Microsoft has released SharePoint 2010, the latest version of their collaboration platform. It’s garnering praise for tight integration with the new Office 2010, but SharePoint 2010 seems to otherwise be a fairly incremental release. And some folks are concerned about...

Computerworld UK - A Refresher Course on Alfresco

The ECM company Alfresco ought to occupy a special place in the open source pantheon for readers of this blog. As well as being one of the leading companies in its category, it shows how free software can meet the most demanding enterprise needs and – most importantly, perhaps – it's British by...

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