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Alfresco Releases Results of its Open Source Barometer Survey

Alfresco Software, which makes open source enterprise content management software, is out with the results of its third global survey of trends in enterprise open source usage. The Alfresco Open Source Barometer survey went to 25,000 Alfresco community members between April and September. It...

Alfresco Finds Enterprises Prefer Mixed Technology Environments

It’s back again. Alfresco has released its 2008 Open Source Barometer and the results really should not surprise many. Enterprises like mixed technology environments that leverage Windows, Java, rich internet applications with AJAX and integrated Web 2.0 tools. We ran through the results with...

SharePoint's Rivals Aren't Giving Ground

IBM (NYSE: IBM): It sells portal, collaboration, and content management software separately--and quite successfully. With FileNet and Content Manager, it has the largest content management market share, and WebSphere still tops the portal charts. IBM says Lotus' new social networking software and...

Alfresco 3.0 delivers collaboration, Sharepoint support

Alfresco will ship this week a major upgrade of its enterprise content management system that features new collaboration services, a draft implementation of the CMIS spec and Microsoft SharePoint support. Alfresco Enterprise 3.0, due for release on October 31, features Share, a collaborative...

Alfresco Enterprise 3 - Collaborative Enterprise Content Management

Alfresco has just announced the third incarnation of its Enterprise Content Management System. Alfresco Enterprise 3 is what Alfresco CTO John Newton refers to as the completion of the Product Suite that had been envisioned since the company began. These days the team over at Alfresco have been...

Alfresco releases Alfresco Enterprise 3

Alfresco announced today that it was releasing Alfresco Enterprise 3, it's latest enterprise content management offering. The new release builds on earlier Alfresco announcements around the Sharepoint protocol support, draft CMIS support (which John Newton, Alfresco founder and CTO, discussed in...

Startup Of The Week: Alfresco Software

The company's CEO expects open source software companies, because they're more open in product development, to be more appealing in the wake of the financial industry turmoil. John Powell, CEO of open source software company Alfresco, draws parallels between the business practices that have gotten...

Chalk one up for Linux and Health Care

When it comes to health care it always seems as though it and Linux have a strange relationship. Doctors tend to purchase software without any thought to cost or licensing. The generally leads them into a one-size-fits-all solution and they just deal with the shortcomings of the software or go and...

'Do More with Less' and Use Open Source

Bentley: Why are open source companies uniquely poised to grow even when the economy is so tough?Asay: Several reasons. First, many open source companies, including Alfresco, SugarCRM, Red Hat, and others, deliver equal or better functionality than our proprietary competitors at a significantly...

Content-As-A-Service — Coming Soon To An Enterprise Near You

By John Newton, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Alfresco SoftwareSome enterprise executives may be sitting at their desk in their corner office thinking, "Social Software is what my kids are into when they waste time on Facebook and YouTube" - not an enterprise-weight technology."Over the...

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