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How To: Building Open Source DAM Solutions with Alfresco

sponsored-article-01.jpg The quantity of digital assets we manage is going no where but up. Yet, a recent CMSWire poll revealed that almost 50% of respondents use things like "shared file servers and other less wonderful practices" to manage them. Given the state of DAM technology, this is clearly not the best approach.

What you need is a Digital Asset Management (DAM) Strategy that supports the organized creation, management and delivery of digital assets across multiple channels and devices.  And part of any good DAM strategy is a solid technology platform.

The open source services firm Rivet Logic is running a complimentary webinar explaining how to build a DAM solution with the Alfresco content management platform. The event is titled "Digital Asset Management with Alfresco" and runs this Thursday April 21st at 2pm EDT (11am PDT).

Emil Loreto, Engagement Director at Rivet Logic will walk you through:

  • The compelling business drivers and use cases for Digital Asset Management (DAM)
  • Key characteristics/components of a DAM solution stack
  • Rivet Logic case studies and best practices implementing Digital Asset Management using Alfresco
  • What to consider when planning your Digital Asset Management implementation.

Managing your digital assets has never been more complicated, and it's only going to get worse as consumers demand even more from social and mobile channels. Learn how an Alfresco-based Digital Asset Management solution can provide you a viable option. Reserve your seat here.
 

Alfresco's Success Story Grew in 2010

Alfresco_logo_2009.jpg Since arriving on the software scene in 2005, Alfresco has set the standard for commercial open source companies. Those years of hard work have lead to the company's biggest year yet.

Alfresco Wants to Make Content Management More Social #gartnerpcc

Alfresco_logo_2009.jpg Yesterday Alfresco (news, site) announced a new partnership with Jive Software that will bring more life to its concept of social content management. Our question is, what exactly is social content management. We asked. We were told. Read on.

New Alfresco-Jive Connector Brings Enterprise Content Management to Social Software

Open source enterprise content management provider, Alfresco (news, site) , has joined forces with Jive Software (news, site) to bring content management into the realm of social software.

OpenERP Opens Up the ERP Market

openerp-logo-2011.jpg With a competitive business model, a vibrant developer community and 35 active partners around the globe, OpenERP may be the most impressive open source software company you have never heard of.

Enterprise Content Management & Business Process Management in the Cloud

2011 is not only said to be the year of the mobile, but also a key time for cloud computing. As we look to leverage cloud environments for cost savings, among other things, we need to understand how different products and solutions support the cloud. This article focuses on enterprise content management and business process management in a cloud environment, with a specific look at some of the players in these markets.

AuraPortal Offers BPM Muscle with Content Management Module

auraportal_logo_2011.jpg While many business process management systems contain to some degree or other content management capabilities, the release of a content management module from AuraPortal (news, site) offers enterprises content management capabilities that can be monitored and controlled from the core web-based BPM platform.

3 (+ 2) Players in Open Source Enterprise Collaboration

If your organization has people with the time, talent, and desire to work together but your budget is short a few zeroes, an open-source alternative may be what you need to fill the collaboration gaps in your enterprise.

KMWorld's 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management

KMWorld's 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge ManagementEach year KMWorld (news, site) publishes a list of the cream of the crop in knowledge management. "100 companies That Matter" includes favorites from practitioners, analysts, theorists and customers, recognizing orgs whose innovations have had significant impact on the constituency chain as a whole. 

DotNetNuke Adds Social Collaboration via Active Modules Acquistion

Every web content management system needs to have social capabilities, DotNetNuke (news, site) is no exception. And what's the easiest way to get these capabilities up and running quickly? Acquisition.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Alfresco Gets Social, ZL Gives Archiving to IBM’s Lotus Notes

Busy week here in the document management mines. Alfresco made its document management software social, LibreOffice continued to expand its reach by adding portable functionality, Xerox bought some new document collaboration software with WaterWare and Oce took a look at the benefits of document imaging.

Alfresco Continues to Add Social Content Management Features to Enterprise CMS

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Alfresco (news, site) released Alfresco Enterprise 3.4, continuing to make strides in the ECM platform as a Social Content Management product direction.

Alert: What's Coming In Open Source CMS In 2011

Normally in this space we look back over the current month and forward into the next month, keeping you up to date with the open source CMS and other related projects that might interest you. Like last year, we're taking a look back at 2010 and into 2011 for some extra insights into what's to come, but this time around we used a small survey to see what's in the hearts and minds of open source project leaders.

A Look Back at Enterprise CMS in 2010

We are now quickly heading towards the end of the year. It’s time to look back before leaping forward. Here are the major Enterprise CMS highlights of 2010.

SMB Tech Roll-up: MS, Aspect Offer Lync-based Comms, Social Media Data Threats for 2011

Ending the year in the SMB space -- Aspect and Microsoft Lync join together to provide communication center capabilities for SMBs, SAP continues its move into the SMB market, Websense warns of threats for 2011 and Alfresco Community Edition goes multi-lingual.

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