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Alfresco moves to London to reach talented coders

Content management firm Alfesco is set to open a new office in London to capitalise on the city’s talented pool of developers. The multi-million dollar open source company, which counts NASA, KLM and Thomas Cook  among its customers, will open a new 30-strong office in Oxford Circus within the next...

Business Leader Interview - John Newton

Over the past 3-4 years, the ECM sector has undergone a dramatic evolution, both in respect of technology innovation and the buying behaviour of end users. However, the necessity for organisations to harness, manage and exploit their information assets has remained fundamentally the same.

Brainstorm Tech Spotlight: Doug Dennerline, CEO of Alfresco

Fortune's Brainstorm Tech conference (July 22-24 in Aspen, Colo.) regularly brings together the best and brightest minds in tech innovation. Each week, Fortune turns the spotlight on a different conference attendee to offer his or her own personal insight into business, tech, and entrepreneurship....

The future of open government in the cloud

Only five years ago, a mandate to overhaul the infrastructure of an entire branch of the government would have sent shivers through the CIOs of government agencies. The cost of such a mandate would be significant with new technology investments, maintenance costs, licensing fees, consulting costs,...

Beyond Tech City: why UK startups should look outside of East London

Keen observers of the UK's thriving startup scene are no doubt familiar with London's Silicon Roundabout cluster, but Britain boasts numerous innovation hubs that are helping to firmly implant the Isles on the global technology map. To find out more about the advantages and disadvantages of basing...

Forrester: File-sync-and-share use heats up for businesses

In another example of the consumerization of IT, people have embraced cloud storage and file sharing services like Dropbox both at home and at work, and CIOs better take notice about this trend, according to a Forrester Research report.

Who are the leaders in the file sync and share market?

File sync and share is the hottest technology category since social networking. Dropbox alone now has 175 million registered users, up from 110 million just nine months ago. Dozens of vendors are going after the business version of Dropbox. There are enough disruptive forces in play -- cloud...

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