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Alfresco Provides First Draft CMIS Implementation Via Alfresco Labs

Alfresco Software recently announced the availability of the first Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) specification draft implementation. As a contributing member of the draft technical specification, Alfresco is able to offer a draft implementation of CMIS for developers who wish...

Alfresco CTO John Newton talks about CMIS

John Newton, CTO and Chairman at Alfresco, has been involved in the content management industry since 1990 when he was one of the founders and the lead designer at Documentum. More recently, he helped launch Alfresco, the open source content management vendor. Alfresco was involved with the talks...

Alfresco CTO John Newton talks about CMIS

John Newton, CTO and Chairman at Alfresco, has been involved in the content management industry since 1990 when he was one of the founders and the lead designer at Documentum. More recently, he helped launch Alfresco, the open source content management vendor. Alfresco was involved with the talks...

Special 'SQL' mooted for unstructured data

Companies dealing with unstructured data could be soon offered their own version of SQL following the efforts of seven leading software companies.The Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) specification, which has just been submitted to the Oasis standards body, is aimed at doing for...

Getting A Jump On The New Content Management Standard

CMIS won't be an official standard for at least a year, but you can start playing with a draft implementation today.The Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) specification was submitted to OASIS yesterday, but if you can't wait for the official standard, Alfresco has a draft...

Alfresco and Adobe continue relationship on Acrobat.com

Alfresco announced this week that its ECM product will power Adobe's new Acrobat.com website. The announcement comes on the heels of an earlier agreement to include Alfresco content management components as part of Adobe's LiveCycle product. Acrobat.com is Adobe's entry into the online application...

Alfresco and Adobe continue relationship on Acrobat.com

Alfresco announced this week that its ECM product will power Adobe's new Acrobat.com website. The announcement comes on the heels of an earlier agreement to include Alfresco content management components as part of Adobe's LiveCycle product. Acrobat.com is Adobe's entry into the online application...

Alfresco Weaves Its ECM into Acrobat.com

Alfresco Software, creator of the open source Alfresco ECM system, has announced that Adobe Systems has implemented Alfresco’s ECM capabilities into the Acrobat.com website. The system will now maintain hundreds of thousands — if not millions — of documents that can be uploaded, shared, converted...

Best of open source enterprise applications

InfoWorld Test Center picks the best free BPM, CRM, ERP, e-commerce, business intelligence, project management, application management, and portal software.

Alfresco tackles the SharePoint lock-in with a key

Readers with long memories may recall how last year Matt Asay, Alfresco executive and C|Net blogger, whom I’ve taken to calling Big Money Matt (pure jealousy) was screaming about how evil Microsoft SharePoint was.It’s a new type of lock-in, an Electronic Content Management (ECM) strategy as...

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