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Several years back, the Wall Street Journal spotted an emerging trend called self-tracking, and ran a now well-known article on the movement. You know what I mean – measuring and sharing every little detail of your life. The article was fascinating at the time, and the movement has only grown since then. The WSJ article ...

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How does a dynamic software company foster shared adventure and real-time collaboration between it’s global workforce? By trekking up the highest mountain in North Africa! As you may have read in Alex Strachan’s post last week, in early September, twenty Alfresco employees volunteered to make the hike up the 4167m summit of Mount Toubkal in central ...

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In September 2011, twenty Alfresco employees climbed a mountain in Morocco. It wasn’t just any old trip and this wasn’t any old mountain. Jbel Toubkal stands 4167m above sea level in the High Atlas Mountain range located in the Toubkal National Park. The purpose of the trip? To bind us in a way that only ...

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I am pleased to announce the winner of the 2011 Dashlet Challenge: Florian Maul. Florian turned in a really cool dashlet called Gallery Plus. It shows the images that reside in your Share site arranged in a really nice flow layout (like Google Plus does). And it allows you to turn any folder into an ...

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The recent Royal Wedding had many people talking about an important fashion accessory – hats.  Not only are hats part of high fashion but they are an essential item for summer.  If you own a Stetson, Woolrich, Cappelli Straworld, Tommy Bahama, and Scala hat, odds are it was manufactured by Dorfman Pacific – an Alfresco  ...

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In today’s increasingly mobile workforce, it’s more difficult than ever to build bonds and a sense of shared culture across geographies and across teams. Cultivating an environment of real-time collaboration, teamwork and empowered employees is something that has risen in importance as a result of the modern company and its culture as we, ourselves become ...

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Every business has a content and collaboration problem of some sort. The problem usually sounds something like this… “We’re drowning in documents (or videos or images). We don’t know what we have and none of it is organized. We waste so much time and money recreating stuff that probably already exists—if we could just find ...

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What is unstructured data (and why is it a problem)? First, a very brief overview of what unstructured data actually is – you may want to skip this bit, if you’re already familiar with the concept.  ‘Unstructured data’ is basically a generic label which describes any corporate data or information that is not contained within ...

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Check out this provocative piece from Todd Barr, our CMO, on why IT departments need to optimize their systems and support for content delivery – not devices. “Content is the lifeblood of any business in the information economy – indeed, content is usually the very output of the analysis and synthesis of knowledge workers. IT ...

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In conjunction with last week’s FOSE event in DC, we have posted a new case study on the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  With the help of our partner, Armedia, HUD has digitized over 3 million pages of documents and migrated them into a hosted Alfresco Document management solution.   Not only has ...

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