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Welcome to Alfresco’s analyst round-up where we highlight independent industry analyst commentary.  This recurring round-up functions on analyst insight (and popular demand) so please let us know if you find value in the content by retweeting, sharing on LinkedIn or commenting on the post. In this blog, we bring you a recent report written by ...

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Like many mature enterprises, Pitney Bowes—maker of the nearly century-old office postage meter—is reinventing itself as a technology company. I recently spoke with Kyle Pause, Pitney Bowes’ Director of Software Engineering, about how the company has embraced platform thinking to fuel its business transformation and stay relevant in today’s digital world. Chris Wiborg: When did ...

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Considering a modern content management solution to achieve digital transformation continues to be top of mind for IT leaders.  A legacy ECM system can not only slow down digital transformation, it can impede business growth and time to value. But despite this, having an old ECM system is still more common than companies may want to admit. According to ...

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The below is a guest blog post from Craig Wentworth, Principal Analyst at MWD Advisors. Craig lends his commentary about the topic of GDPR compliance and what it can do to transform your business and help build a solid relationship with your customers.  For the majority of companies that just went through GDPR compliance, we aim ...

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Last week’s news about Alfresco’s new product enhancements got me thinking about the value our process, content and governance services provide for our customers – especially when putting that into the context of today’s content-centric business landscape.  CMSWire recently published an article related to this topic titled 7 Signs You Need a New Content Management System (CMS), which I contributed to. It was interesting to learn ...

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This week, Alfresco hosted a Government Summit in Washington D.C. that brought together thought leaders from the IT space. We talked about a host of relevant business topics, including digital transformation, application modernization, records management – and I’m happy to say that the discussions were fruitful and meaningful. It was also an exciting time for Alfresco, as ...

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I’m pleased to share the release of a new research study commissioned by Alfresco and Dimensional Research that focuses on companies’ digital transformation efforts. Titled, Digital Transformation: Disrupt or be Disrupted? the study reveals ways businesses are tackling their digital transformation efforts. The findings show that while some industries are putting forth innovative strategies and employing technologies that are helping them disrupt, ...

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We’d like to introduce a new interview series that pays homage to inspiring tech leaders. Over the next few weeks, you’ll hear from a number of Alfresco’s leaders from various parts of the business including sales, product, marketing and others. They’ll share with us their work styles and techniques for inspiring their teams, career lessons ...

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Yesterday, we were delighted to host a webinar on the topic of Information Governance, which is very much top-of-mind for today’s business leaders. Relevant to people outside of just the IT organization, our Information Governance experts, Alan Pelz-Sharpe and George Parapadakis expressed how crucial it is to set up a sound foundation for corporate governance now–letting ...

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It’s a very common mistake in the Information Management industry, to use related terms interchangeably. But there are subtle differences between these terms that are very significant. Many companies assume that by implementing Records Management (RM) in their organization, they have effectively solved their Information Governance (IG) or corporate governance problem. I want to take ...

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