London, UK June 21, 2012 -- Alfresco, the cloud connected content platform, announced today that Alfresco’s cloud service is now generally available. Since launching in beta, over 15,000 companies have signed up from over 160 countries. With more than 50% of workforce employees bringing their own...
To say that last week's Info360 show in New York was not what I was expecting would be a gross understatement. For starters, I counted exactly two content management vendors at the entire show: Alfresco and Box (and Box is not a pure content management vendor by any means).
The promise of billion-dollar exits and splashy stock offerings have long lured tech entrepreneurs to the southern San Francisco Bay area and prompted other metropolitan areas to try to create their own innovation-based sectors.
The UK also needs to get more credit for leading in the Open Source vendor community. Our partner, London-based Alfresco, is arguably one of the most successful Open Source software companies around with 5.6 million users spread across 161,000 companies, and which earned just under $100m in...
With all the hullabaloo about cloud floating around in the content management world, here's a handy tool to help you evaluate your ECM vendor's cloud strategy, to see if it fits what you are looking for. So, without further adieu, here are the results of our extensive (web surfing) research
Capture-enabled business process management (BPM) technology vendor Kofax is partnering with open source enterprise CMS solutions provider Alfresco to provide an integrated BPM/enterprise CMS platform.
Alfresco’s business platform just got a little smarter.
Business process management firm Kofax announced this morning that it’s struck a deal to share its technology with Alfresco, which makes open source enterprise content management systems.
Harvesting intelligent data about customers has increasingly become vital to the marketing function. Here, three CMOs and their information technology and data counterparts reveal how they have made dynamic partnerships.
The government has revealed that it is considering implementing departmental open source spot checks to ensure they give proper consideration to the technology when buying IT systems.
Death by PowerPoint, Resurrection by Tablet attempts to revolutionize the enterprise by inspiring us to put down the slides and pick up an iPad. But it's more than just adopting new technology — it's a lot more about adapting a new culture into an organization. For Alfresco, the idea started with a...