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Finding balance between industry shifts, customer needs not always a simple matter

by FierceContentManagement on
One company trying to answer that transition issue is Alfresco, which is trying to help companies manage content wherever it happens to live--inside the firewall or up in the cloud--using metadata to drive workflow and find a set of documents that meet a certain set of criteria based on the...

Alfresco’s Content.gov Advances Open Government Initiative for Federal Agencies

by Alfresco Software on
Washington, DC - March 4, 2013 - Today Alfresco, the open platform for mission-critical content management and collaboration, announced its third annual Content.gov event featuring keynote speaker Beth Noveck, the first U.S. Deputy Chief of Technology. Other speakers at the complimentary, full-day...

KMWorld 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management

by KM World on
With the juggernaut of consolidation growing ever louder since we first put this list together in 2000, you'd think identifying a hundred companies that matter in knowledge management would be increasingly easier to assemble, right? 

Alfresco Mobile is a robust solution for BYOD shops

by TechRepublic on
Takeaway: Will Kelly checks out Alfresco Mobile and tells us why it might be your next mobile collaboration platform for BYOD users. Alfresco is best known for large-scale content management, document syncing, and collaboration inside the enterprise. While Alfresco offers Android and iPhone apps, I...

Cloud Storage Crisis Looms For The Enterprise Brain

by ReadWrite on
The enterprise is potentially months away from a significant crisis, a slow-moving malaise that will weaken the efficiency of accessing a company's data and intellectual property. In the worst case scenario, companies could lose information forever. And yet few enterprise IT vendors are paying any...

Special report: Cloud 2.0 begins to take shape

by Computing on
Big data needs the cloud. There is a significant commercial pressure for organisations to store and process more and more data as the demand for analytics grows, and it is becoming increasingly impractical or uneconomic to store or process all of this data in-house.

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