Tag Archives: ECM

CMIS 1.1 is now an approved spec; Here’s a recap of what’s new

With a final, heroic push and get-out-the-vote campaign, the OASIS CMIS Technical Committee (TC), the committee that is responsible for moving the CMIS specification forward, was able to get enough votes on Thursday to ratify the next version of Content … Continue reading

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Updated Python CMIS library released

I’ve tagged and released a new version of cmislib, the Python CMIS client library. What’s cool about this release is that it is the first one known to work with more than one CMIS provider. Yea for interoperability! The beauty … Continue reading

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Forrester says 2010 looks good for ECM

Forrester has released the results from its 2009 Global Enterprise Content Management Online Survey. Here are a few of the things that jumped out at me… 72% of respondents plan on increasing their ECM investments in the coming year. That’s … Continue reading

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ECM vendors have their heads in the cloud, can you see through the fog?

The hype around cloud computing has reached a fevered pitch so it is natural that ECM vendors try to take advantage of that as much as they can. Some examples from the open source ECM world: Alfresco always seems to … Continue reading

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Autonomy buys Interwoven

Search engine vendor Autonomy has purchased Interwoven for $775 million (Interwoven press release).

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Interview on Open Source ECM

If you’ve ever wondered how I got started with ECM and this blog, you can read all about it in JM Pascal’s recent interview with me which he has posted on his blog, Open Source ECM.

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Alfresco ECM is 96% cheaper than legacy ECM vendors?

If you are evaluating ECM solutions, particularly if you are interested in cost, you need to take a look at Alfresco’s TCO Whitepaper. In it, Alfresco uses licensing numbers they snagged from the United States government to compare the first … Continue reading

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