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Alfresco Summit 2013: As it happened

ITProPortal has landed in Barcelona for Alfresco Summit 2013, where the open source specialist is hosting its annual conference on all things content management; drawing in users, developers and enterprise leaders from around the world for the four day extravaganza.

Alfresco Summit 2013: Alfresco Test Drive launches powered by AWS

Enterprise CMS specialist Alfresco has kicked off its 2013 European Summit in Barcelona by announcing the launch of Alfresco Test Drive. The free AWS-powered offering is designed as a trial mechanism for potential Alfresco users, allowing them to register for and launch private demonstration server...

UK startups call for change

The UK government and IT startups need to change if they are to emulate successful businesses in the US, according to startups gathered at the recent Web Summit in Dublin

What's New in November for Open-Source CMS

Open-source versus proprietary software may not be as controversial as it once was, but there's no doubt the free and open-source software (FOSS) world is thriving.

Web Summit 2013: Relive all the action from Dublin

Web Summit 2013, one of Europe's premier technology festivals, is now underway in Dublin. The two-day event runs from 30-31 October and will welcome more than 10,000 attendees from 80-plus countries to the Irish capital. Known as "Davos for geeks" and "Europe's SXSW," Web Summit features a sexy...

ECM splashdown at Macquarie University

Neil Fraser's first days on the job as Macquarie University's new Director of Information in July 2010 were not some of his happiest. Macquarie University has a goal of moving 10 million assets from shared drives and other campus repositories into its centralised Alfresco Enterprise ECM platform by...

Forget about management, we need to focus on the content

I was at the Gartner IT Symposium a couple of weeks ago when the topic of Enterprise Content Management entered a presentation. I have repeatedly said that the word "Enterprise" was a dangerous word and led to more problems than it was worth. Gartner seems to agree, as they have recognized that...

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