A decade ago, the industry was vigorously pursuing the Holy Grail of enterprise content management (ECM). The basic premise: one content repository to serve as the home for all content within an organization.
Alfresco, an open source platform for enterprise content management, has upgraded its records management module and released the next version of its syncing technology, Alfresco One (v 4.2).
According to TechNavio's report, Global Document Management Systems Market 2012-2016, worldwide global document management market is projected to grow 13.98% over 2012-2016, driven by the increased adoption of such services by small and medium-sized companies. Here is a quick look at UK-based open...
UK open-source software biz Alfresco took a big decision in January when it named its first new chief executive in eight years, replacing the British John Powell with the American Doug Dennerline.
Over the past few years sharing content and collaborating on documentation via cloud services has become second nature for many employees, and with the boom in BYOD (47 percent of the global workforce is accessing documents and email via mobile devices), traditional enterprise boundaries are fading...
Alfresco is leading up to its big annual conference in November, but in October, the company will be in attendance at several other events before hosting the Alfresco Summit.
The Enterprise Content Management (ECM) market is changing again. According to the recently published Forrester Wave for ECM for 2013, vendors are being pushed to provide new functionality that addresses productivity goals in the enterprise, with flexibility and ease-of-use now key requirements.
OB10 chooses Alfresco for global document management platform.
Silicon Valley seemingly dominates the global technology market churning out tech success story after tech success story. However over the past few years the UK’s technology scene has grown at an unprecedented rate with London’s Tech City at its heart, acting as the launch-pad for many innovative...
When we polled CIOs and IT industry stalwarts about ‘what keeps IT managers awake at night’ for this issue’s cover feature, we half-expected the problems raised would be the usual suspects – the cloud, data breaches, BYOD, unstructured content, big data.