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Alfresco Releases Digital Business Platform to Speed App Development

Alfresco Releases Digital Business Platform to Speed App Development

Alfresco, an open source enterprise content management and business process management vendor, is strengthening its digital transformation play with the release of a platform that helps enterprises quickly build new content, processes and governance apps. Paul Hampton, senior director of product marketing at Maidenhead, UK-based Alfresco, said the Digital

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Microsoft Follows in Gmail’s Footsteps with Focused Inbox

Microsoft Follows in Gmail's Footsteps with Focused Inbox

Microsoft has been giving Outlook a lot of love in recent months and two new features just announced will continue the trend: Outlook’s inbox will be getting a makeover with the introduction of its new Focused Inbox and @Mentions will be added to create the individual targeting functionality currently used

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Doc Mgt Roll-Up: Microsoft Enhances OneDrive for Business

Doc Mgt Roll-Up: Microsoft Enhances OneDrive for Business

Microsoft is trying to woo more users to OneDrive for Business with promises of better syncing, better access to Windows 8.1 support, easier setup and seamless client integration.  In effect, Microsoft is offering the proverbial kitchen sink to users. The announcements were made in a blog post this week  by Jeff

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EMC Documentum is Now (Sort of) on GitHub

EMC Documentum developers have been begging the mother-ship to open up the code around its enterprise content management offering for well over a decade, and the answer has always been “no.” Sure, it provided a cloud-based developer's edition that leveraged open source components such as relational database PostgreSQL, application server

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Doc Mgt Roll-Up: How Do You Like Your Living Documents?

Doc Mgt Roll-Up: How Do You Like Your Living Documents?

Document collaboration vendor Quip may not be a household name. But it's CEO and founder Bret Taylor probably is — at least indirectly. Taylor created the Facebook ‘Like’ button when he was CTO of the social network. He also co-created Google Maps and the Google Maps API.

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