The UK launch of an open source vendor neutral archive is a “key piece of the jigsaw puzzle” to create an open digital health ecosystem, NHS England’s head of open source has said.
In the future, managing content will be less about the ECM software you use and more about creating processes and services that enable more efficient work.
With mobile devices well and truly implicated in working lives, IT departments must shift their thinking.
“Big Data” is disrupting all industries. It can even be used to change the way we play sports, shop, and live, and its potential to transform a range of professions, from insurance to healthcare, is increasingly apparent.
NHS ENGLAND HAS been talking about the latest strand of its move toward open digital solutions to provide interoperability between the myriad departmental systems that are proprietary, incompatible or just plain disparate.
Look into my crystal ball. Let us gaze into the future and, as the mist clears, we can begin to see the workplace of tomorrow – a strange place where… where… well, what do you think we’d see? We asked more than 50 entrepreneurs, academics, chief executives and other business leaders how the...
Local government sales made up 5.9% of £270.6m total cumulative sales made through the platform, up slightly from July’s 5.8% proportion.
When you say open source and enterprise content management in the same breath, most practitioners probably think of small and medium businesses rather than global enterprises. With today's launch of version 5 of its core ECM product, it appears Alfredo appears to be out to change that. Or maybe it'...
Alfresco updates their Enterprise Content Management platform with new solutions to improve business workflows
Alfresco updates their Enterprise Content Management platform with new solutions to improve business workflows. According to Gartner, “Digital business is about people either using or considering to use the Web as the main business public thoroughfare and marketplace. ECM needs to be reinvented for...
To outsiders, Britain’s National Health Service must look like a monolith, with more than a million staff marching under one three letter acronym to provide healthcare free at the point of delivery, paid for by the taxes. But the NHS is actually an assortment of several hundred organisations.