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I recently joined Alfresco to help make Alfresco in the cloud the very best SaaS Enterprise Content Management platform available on the market and I’m a firm believer we are well on our way. Having worked in the SharePoint ecosystem in a previous life this is something that every ECM platform struggles with – external ...

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There’s been a lot of hype recently 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 is delivered, but the reality is still a long way off. While enterprises are investing in cloud services, most of these services only store a fraction of the content enterprises hold ...

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Today I am extremely excited to announce that Alfresco in the cloud has officially launched and is now generally available for enterprise production to be used by large organizations of business users. In fact, we already have some significant companies lined up ready to take advantage of our new offering with over 15,000 companies signed up ...

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Back in September we decided we needed a new website. Why? We were not aligned with our new Web Content Services strategy. We were not aligned with the latest additions to our product portfolio, Alfresco Mobile and Alfresco in the cloud. We were not able to provide an optimized experience for tablets and smartphones. We ...

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This will be welcome news to developers in the crowd: The Alfresco artifacts for both Enterprise and Community are now available at http://artifacts.alfresco.com. This means developers using a build tool that knows how to pull dependencies out of a repository, like Maven, Gradle, etc., can build their applications and their chosen tool will download the ...

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I was thrilled to attend the Open Gov Summit organized last week by Alfresco’s Partner of the year, Zaizi. Aingaran Pillai, Zaizi’s CEO has extensive experience implementing open source public sector projects and during the Summit spoke about the benefits of reuse and flexibility that the open source approach has brought to local authorities in London ...

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Open source adoption in the public sector has been a topic of debate and discussion in the US for quite some time, but for the first time both US and Europe are facing new frontiers with the benefits of open source licensing and communities. Finally gaining traction in the UK, next week is the industry’s ...

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Alfresco in the cloud has been accepting registrations for a few months now. Although the service is still in beta, we have seen tremendous up take with users signing in from over 130 different countries around the globe. We can see that there are users in countries from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, from Greenland in the ...

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Thanks to smartphones, tablets, and the rise of cloud computing, employees in nearly every industry are constantly wired in and on-the-go, capable of working with ease during a commute or from a remote location. Mobile workers might do great things for your overhead costs and business possibilities, but how do you ensure that you’ll maintain ...

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The tablet is often thought of as strictly a media consumption device—an easy way to browse, watch, or read. There are plenty of apps that aggregate information, connect users with content, and make sharing files over multiple platforms easy. However, the secret weapon of the tablet user is content creation. Whether it’s putting together a ...

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