Alfresco Software, Inc., a specialist in open source enterprise content management, today announced the immediate availability of its first-ever global survey of trends in the use of open source software in the enterprise.
Alfresco Software's survey found that companies that decided to launch its software -- as opposed to those evaluating and testing the applications -- tended to prefer open source operating systems, application servers, databases and browsers. That is, when companies eventually adopted the open...
A global survey of open-source enterprise users of Alfresco software has found that deployments of Red Hat Linux have grown twice as fast as those for Novell SUSE Linux since Novell signed its controversial patent and interoperability agreement with Microsoft in November 2006.
John Newton, CTO and chairman of open source enterprise content management (ECM) vendor Alfresco, is certainly no stranger to the industry.Newton was one of the founding engineers at Ingres working on one of the first commercial relational databases. In the ECM space, he's best known as the co-...
Alfresco aims to bring Web 2.0 and ECM together. For most businesses, large or small, the most common approach to providing content management is to use a shared F: drive across the network. This is despite the fact that there are many content management tools available on the market.
Enterprise Content Management (ECM) has always been about managing and connecting to content. Open source startup Alfresco is taking the ECM model a step further with the help of Web 2.0 approaches for the Alfresco Community Release 2.1.
For the fourth installment in the Open Source CEO Series, I walked over to the next virtual cubicle of John Powell, CEO and Co-founder of Alfresco.
Ingres Corp. will take different approaches to supporting soft appliances that combine its database with applications from JasperSoft Corp. and Alfresco Software Inc.
Last Thursday, IDC announced estimates that revenue from standalone open source software will reach $5.8 billion by 2011. In other words, according to Matt Lawton, program director of IDC's Open Source Software Business Models research program, the market is still immature ($1.8 billion in 2006) -...
A panel of customers at the Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) in San Francisco today agreed unanimously that open source enable them to kick-start projects they could otherwise not afford.