Web Talk: Alfresco and Open Data through Open Standards

Open data is the idea that certain data should be freely available for everyone to use and republish as they wish, without restrictions from copyrights, patents or other mechanisms of control. Probably the most common Alfresco use case is driven by organisations wanting to be able to manage their documents from an internal point of view, where security is key.  But there are other use cases like with Universities & some Government departments where sharing information and knowledge is just as important as how you store and manage it.

Learn in this months web talk how Alfresco can provide these capabilities under extended standards and how Zaizi has taken care of these use cases.

Speaker: Francisco Álvarez, Head of Engineering