One of the trends we are seeing with our Alfresco clients is a desire to move away from custom interface coding to more configuration or no code approaches. This post will highlight the differences between coding approaches for Alfresco Share and the Alfresco Development Framework (ADF) and configuration approaches with TSG’s OpenContent Management Suite.
During a TSG presentation at AIIM Executive committee last month, one question raised from the audience was “how would you define a modern interface for ECM”. This post will address some of the concepts and practices TSG implements in building our modern interfaces to differentiate from the legacy interfaces of the past.
As part of our 2018 comparison series between Alfresco Share and the OpenContent Management Suite, we previously discussed the search interface as well as the contributor interface. For this post, we will look into the available functionality for both consumers and contributors when looking at a group of related documents, typically contained within a folder.
In the last post of our 2018 Share and OpenContent Management Suite comparison series, we compared Search features between Share and OpenContent Management Suite. For this post, we’re going to compare the the contributor functionality available in Share and compare that to OpenContent Management Suite (OCMS). Our evaluation is based on what is configurable using the out-of-the-box products […]
Performance and ease of use in a search interface is often one of the highest concerns clients have when deploying Alfresco. Back in April 2016, we presented how to Do More with Your Alfresco Deployment with a configurable search interface. For this post in our 2018 Share and OpenContent Management Suite comparison series, we will […]
Alfresco’s out of the box user interface, Share, is typically the collaboration interface most Alfresco clients leverage for their initial development efforts. Alfresco Share has garnered some concerned attention from Alfresco customers this year when Alfresco announced that Alfresco would be deprecating Share in future. To help readers understand the difference between Share and the OpenContent […]
TSG has been eagerly awaiting the release of Alfresco One Enterprise 5.1.1, which landed on July 20th. We’ve had a few weeks to play around with the latest release and this post will summarize our thoughts.
Most of the ECM systems we implement have some sort of document upload interface to allow users to add documents to the system. For this post, we will take a look at the common requirements for adding documents and will compare differences between HPI vs. Alfresco Share.
TSG is excited to announce the general availability of TSG’s Alfresco Share connector for OpenAnnotate to allow replacement of the default Share viewer. Using OpenAnnotate as the Share viewer allows for users to always see any annotations on a document as well as immediately make new annotations. This post will outline the advantages of using […]