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The workplace, is morphing into something new. The times, they are a changing… again.  This week, Harvard Business Review reports on the next generation entering the workplace. The iGeneration (those born after 1994 with smart phone in hand), turn to social media first, are multi-screeners, can scroll through news feeds and videos at rapid speeds ...

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We’ve just released version 1.2 of Alfresco Activiti, bringing another collection of goodies for Simple and Smart Business Process Management. In this post, I’ll highlight what the features are and subsequent posts will show how some of these can be used creatively for solving real world challenges. Most importantly for our large non-English customer base, ...

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In New York…. Alfresco kicked off its 2015 series of U.S. Alfresco Days last week. We were thrilled to have over 120 people at our Alfresco Day NYC – which took place in the Apella Event Space at Alexandria Center. The day-long event included presentations from Alfresco executives including CEO, Doug Dennerline; VP of Product ...

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Training with Alfresco University is the best way to acquire the right skills for your team to deliver a successful Alfresco implementation.  The most cost-effective way to take advantage of this valuable training is through Alfresco University Passport. An Alfresco University Passport is a per-user, annual subscription offering that provides the subscriber access to the entire catalog of eLearning ...

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In my last blog welcoming Ole Hejlskov to Alfresco, I mentioned there would be other news to share on the latest additions to our developer ecosystem. This next announcement is one some of you may have seen: the introduction of Developer Support, a service that offers direct support for development stage projects and in production ...

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This blog post was written by Phil Robinson, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Zia Consulting. Across the public sector—from federal to state to local governments—agencies and departments are looking for solutions to the content chaos that exists today. Whether due to mandates like the Presidential Memorandum on Managing Digital Records or the continued ...

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There are a few great updates coming to the developer ecosystem, and I’m thrilled to share the first of these announcements. I recently had a change to my role here at Alfresco. Given my long-standing membership in the Alfresco developer ecosystem, I transitioned to the Senior Product Manager for Core Platform and API. In this ...

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Alfresco University is excited to announce the release of our newly revised Foundation for Administrators course that has been updated to accommodate Alfresco One version 4.2! This four to six hour eLearning course is specifically designed for administrators new to Alfresco and looking to administer and manage an Alfresco ECM system. Through a combination of ...

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We have exciting news to share today. Alfresco CTO and co-founder John Newton has been inducted into the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) Company of Fellows. This is a fantastic honor given to individuals “who merit recognition and distinction for their outstanding contributions to the ECM industry.” While many of you know the ...

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Written by Victor Malespina of Formtek, Inc. on January 27, 2015. Formtek is an Alfresco SI Partner with a Certified Technology solution for managing engineering data in Alfresco. As the landlord for the civilian federal government and one of the largest building owners in the nation, U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Public Buildings Service (PBS) ...

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