It's always good to see your name in ink -- even in this day of almost everything being virtual. Such is true for open source enterprise content management provider Alfresco, whose Community Edition 2.2 was recently reviewed by Business Computing magazine receiving the Editor's Choice Award for their June Issue.Each issue of Business Computing Magazine includes a number of end-user product reviews selecting those products that they believe are the best in their class. For content management systems, they look for solutions that are easy to use and share information with others.
They selected Alfresco's Community Edition 2.2 for its functionality and value. Elements of the product they noted include:
* A new improved management interface
* Ability to add records and images to the content of a page
* An improved search engine
* AJAX interfaces that adhere to Web 2.0 standards
* Publish new articles on the fly
* Add code to an article (like a Google Ad)
* The addition of mashups, site maps, RSS news feeds and more
The magazine also noted the ability to embed Alfresco's JSR 170 content repository into other web pages or sites without additional licensing.
Obviously Alfresco is pleased with the recognition as noted by Dr Ian Howells, CMO of Alfresco Software who said, “Business Computing Magazine’s recognition further validates Alfresco’s success and leadership in the open source enterprise content management market."
Everywhere you turn these days, Alfresco is at the top of list when talking about open source content management.
You can read the full review in the June edition of the magazine online.