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Open Source: Is it Right for You?

They say the best things in life are free: love, health, happiness-and maybe even software. Indeed, completely gratis open source software (OSS) with no licensing strings attached is all the rage today, as evidenced by the popularity and proliferation of OSS products currently in use, including the...

Spotlight: Alfresco names new CEO

Alfresco took a big step this week when the company announced it was bringing Doug Dennerline onboard as CEO. He will be taking over for John Powell, who as co-founder of the company with CTO John Newton, has run the company since its inception.

Your Reality Check on Cloud Content Management

There was a lot of hype in 2012 from companies in the space talking about content moving to the cloud. There’s no doubt that the cloud is disrupting the way enterprise software will be delivered in 2013, but the reality is still a long way off. While enterprises are investing in cloud services,...

Alfresco Taps Doug Dennerline for CEO

In a move to accelerate its shift to the cloud, enterprise content management supplier Alfresco named Silicon Valley veteran Doug Dennerline as its new CEO, replacing co-founder John Powell. Dennerline spent much of his career at Cisco, where he ran its WebEx division. Among his other cloud...

Alfresco bags respected new CEO, preps IPO

Content management firm rings the changes, CBR talks to founder. British open-source content management maven, Alfresco, has just announced that it has hired a new CEO: former SuccessFactors president Doug Dennerline. Dennerline is highly respected in the industry not just for his work at...

UK open source firm Alfresco heads to US market for IPO

UK open source firm Alfresco has revealed its plans to go public in the US, choosing the nation over the UK because of a less vibrant stock market in its home nation. The firm has now opened up a Silicon Valley office and appointed a US chief executive, Doug Dennerline. Dennerline was the president...

Alfresco appoints new chief executive to lead IPO in US

UK-based open source company Alfresco has appointed former SuccessFactors president Doug Dennerline as its new CEO, in preparation for a forthcoming initial public offering (IPO) in the US. Dennerline was president of SuccessFactors until itsacquisition in 2012 by SAP for $3.4 billion. Before...

Europe Not in Same League as New York for Tech IPOs

A U.K.-based technology company is to go public next year, but will list in New York  due to the city’s status as the “premier league” for tech IPOs. Alfresco, an open-source enterprise content-management company founded in 2005, is looking to list on Nasdaq, the company said Tuesday. To that end...

Alfresco Names Doug Dennerline as CEO

Enterprise content management vendor Alfresco Software Inc. has named Doug Dennerline, the former president of SuccessFactors Inc., as chief executive. Previously an executive at Cisco Systems Inc . and Salesforce.com Inc ., Mr. Dennerline left SuccessFactors in May after it was acquired bySAP AG...

Alfresco Appoints New CEO To Lead It Towards NASDAQ Listing

Alfresco, widely considered to be the world’s second most successful open source company after Red Hat, has appointed a new CEO, Doug Dennerline, to replace co-founder John Powell and lead it towards the long-rumoured Initial Public Offering (IPO). Dennerline is the former president of...

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