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CMSWire – Alfresco Integrates Activiti, Delivers on BPM Promise

You can say a lot of things about Alfresco, but you can't say that the company wastes time.In May 2010, Alfresco shook up the BPM landscape by hiring Tom Baeyens away from Red Hat and releasing a first look at Activiti.In December, Alfresco released the first full-feature release of Activiti.Those...

CMSWire – Alfresco's Success Story Grew in 2010

Since arriving on the software scene in 2005, Alfresco has set the standard for commercial open source companies. Those years of hard work have lead to the company's biggest year yet.Let's go by the numbers to put Alfresco's 2010 in context:470 — The number of new enterprise customers Alfresco...

ITBusinessEdge – Enterprise Social Networking Meets ECM

Every once in a while two classes of software come together in a way that has real potential to change the way we work. Most workflow today is wrapped around email systems that basically require people to asynchronously send around updates to a document as an attachment. This not only winds up...

CMSWire – Alfresco Wants to Make Content Management More Social

Alfresco has been talking about this thing called social content management for a little while now. CMSWire caught up with Alfresco CMO Todd Barr at Gartner PCC and asked him to explain what it means.Barr explained that Alfresco goal is to strap together enterprise content management (the system of...

CMSWire - 3 (+ 2) Players in Open Source Enterprise Collaboration

Alfresco, a pillar of the open source content management landscape, continues to reinforce the concept of "social content management" with its latest release. While Share is less a SharePoint killer and more of a Sharepoint agitator, the product appeals to both users and IT administrators alike.

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