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Alfresco Connector for Salesforce Promises to Help Sales Teams Work Smarter and Faster #df12

What do sales people gripe about? Aside from the crappy economy, customers who won’t make decisions, and lousy commissions; there’s managing and getting action on the overload of documents and approvals involved in a typical sales cycle.

Document Management Roll-up: Microsoft Unveils Office Subscription Prices, Alfresco's Syncing Abilities

This week, two months after unveiling the Preview of Office 2013, Microsoft has finally announced how much it will cost, KnowledgeTree takes a look at email as a collaboration tool, Alfresco releases a new syncing application, and M-Files tells us more about M-File 9.0.

Salesforce and Alfresco - Just How in Sync Are They?

Bait me and I’ll bite. Say the word “surprise” and I’ll want to know what it is, immediately. Give me a reason to believe that something unexpected might happen, and I’m going to dig. It’s my nature. I’m a headhunter and a journalist, research and curiosity are in my blood.

Enough said. 

Alfresco Offers Enterprise CMS-Cloud Syncing, Unveils New Alfreso Subscription Bundle

With the release of its new enterprise syncing technology Alfresco has shown again an ability to respond to the changing Enterprise CMS landscape in a way that many other vendors are finding difficult to do. With this new enterprise tool, users of Alfresco Enterprise CMS and its cloud services will be able to keep all their content synced.

Document Management Roll-up: Alfresco Hints At New Release, Google Drive Editing For iOS

Now that Labor Day weekend is over, companies are shifting into high gear to prepare for the holiday push. Among the document management products being released in the next two weeks the general release of M-Files v9.0 and something new from Alfresco. This past week, Google Drive editing capabilities for iOS were upgraded, while enterprise content management looks set to grow in the EMEA region.

The Three P's of Avoiding Social CRM Failure

With the social era in full swing, we hear on a near daily basis about all the benefits a social media and social CRM strategy can bring. Tactically, they can help sales with potential leads, give service a new window into building customer satisfaction and provide marketing with fresh opportunities to engage and entice new customers. Strategically, they can help you avoid becoming obsolete and irrelevant as customers increasingly go social.

Document Management Roll-up: Archiving Functionality for SharePoint, OpenText's Results

There were a few notable moves in the document management space recently. Among them is a new archiving solution for SharePoint form ArcMail, Alfresco released a new version of its records management solution, DocuLex upgraded ArchiveStudio for MFPs, ABBYY upgraded FlexiCapture, while OpenText announced that it had a good year.

Alfresco Records Management 2.0 Provides Granular Controls, Mobile Access

Alfresco announced its next generation Records Management 2.0 platform, and the updated system now fully integrates with Alfresco Enterprise 4 including more granular controls, mobile access and email features.

Recession Relief: New Job Openings at Laserfiche, Alfresco, Squarespace, Twitter, PaperThin, Intel and Zynga (2-Aug-12)

Start off Summer with a new gig -- we've got a shopping list of hot jobs for you to browse. Our featured jobs list is a great collection of opportunities spanning specialties and continents. Here's who's hiring this week (and if you're hiring, post your open jobs here).

Document Management Roll-up: Office 2013's New Document Abilities Unveiled

This week, document management was only ever going to be about the official release of details around Office 2013, which Steve Ballmer unveiled at an event on Monday. Also this week, Alfresco enters alliance with Kodak, Docile takes capture to the cloud and Kofax upgrades Kofax Express.

Alfresco Extends Document Management Reach With Kodak Alliance

Thumbnail image for alfresco logo 62112.pngAlfresco has been growing at an impressive rate since its 2005 founding through a combination of products and strategic partnerships. While it is already in use in countries all over the world, the announcement of a strategic alliance with Kodak should up its game again.

Telerik OpenAccess Object-Relational Mapping Tool Goes Freemium

telerikLogo-web-174x69px.jpgSitefinity CMS maker Telerik has decided to make its OpenAccess ORM tool free to software developers building data tools for database platforms like Oracle, MySQL, SQL Server and PostgreSQL.

Recession Relief: New Job Openings at Google, Microsoft, Salesforce, Twitter and Apple (28-June-12)

Start off Summer with a new gig — we've got a shopping list of hot jobs for you to browse. Our featured jobs list is a great collection of opportunities spanning specialties and continents. Here's who's hiring this week (and if you're hiring, post your open jobs here).

Document Mgt Roll-up: IBM Offers Better Mobile Access + Alfresco Cloud Goes GA

This week IBM released Content Navigator that enables users to access documents on the go, Alfresco’s cloud offering leaves beta and goes on general release, Accusoft offers a scanner for Android, FileHold and Cirilab Partner for unstructured content analysis, and Australian AsdeqLabs offers repository access through iPad.

Cloud-Based Alfresco Moves from Beta to General Availability

alfresco logo 62112.pngAlfresco is now available in the cloud. On Thursday, the company behind the open-source document management and collaboration platform announced that its software-as-a-service (SaaS) cloud version, which had been available in beta, will now be generally available.

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