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Open source software is gaining ground fast, with major companies around the globe using the technology from Facebook to Google and more. Over the past four years, there has been a 140% increase in the use of the technology and more than 2,000,000 open source projects are expected to take place this year – twice ...

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Last week I took (and passed!) the Alfresco Certified Administrator (ACA) exam. I don’t administer an Alfresco server every day as part of my job, so why would I do such a thing? Lots of reasons. Let me give you a few… Reason 1: I wanted to see how hard the exam really is If ...

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As the Spanish market leader in cleaning services, private security, maintenance, temp work, environmental management and more, Grupo Eulen has lots of employees and even more employee records. Currently, the company has a workforce of almost 80,000, making it one of the biggest employers in Spain, with operations in Spain, Portugal, the United States and ...

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Despite all of the emerging technology and new breed of software-based records management (RM) solutions, the truth is – most records managers still manage paper records in offline repositories like file cabinets and paper ledgers. This is especially true for federal agencies, which face many challenges when it comes to RM because of all the ...

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Harris Grant has been creating extraordinary audio-visual environments since 1983. The company’s work encompasses the design of recording studios, cinemas, theatres and public buildings through to the installation of entertainment, control security and communication systems in some of the world’s most lavish super yachts. It also undertakes the creation of home theatres and recording studios ...

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Why did the Department of Veteran’s Affairs choose Alfresco? “Because we had a content problem,” Michael Ward, Alfresco implementation lead for the Department of Veteran’s Affairs, told an audience at a recent technology conference. “In my experience, many sites have a content problem because they are often feature-driven and overlook dynamic content management.” The agency ...

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This blog post was written by Jill Singer, former CIO of the NRO and CIA. “In my 27 years of federal service – as the CIO for the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) and deputy CIO for the CIA – I’ve watched the growth in federal records and the implementation of new executive orders and regulations ...

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Alfresco’s latest software release as reviewed at Alfresco Summit 2013 has a lot for both end users and IT to get excited about. Here are some key highlights. In addition to being the fastest, the most scalable, and the most phenomenally simple to use document management system ever released, Alfresco One 4.2 is also our ...

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The New York Philharmonic, the nation’s oldest symphony orchestra, announced that its founding documents – dating back to 1842 – are now available online for the world to see. An article published yesterday in The New York Times explains how the latest installment of the digital archives describe the organization in its early days, then ...

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The banking industry has undergone some major cultural changes. In the past, banks dictated to customers when they could communicate with them – typically Monday through Friday, 9-5:00, in a branch location. But today, customers tell banks how and when they want to communicate and use multiple channels from visits to a physical storefront to ...

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