Although content modeling in Alfresco is very flexible and configurable, one of the issues that we run into when setting up repositories for clients is the lack of the ability for business users to manage value assistance lists. Value assistance is a term that we use to describe the lists of options that show up […]
Documentum Discontinues Developer Edition – Documentum to Alfresco Migration – Development Environment and Philosophy
With the recent announcement that the Documentum Developer Edition is being discontinued – Bidding Farewell to Developer Edition, we thought it would be a good time to update our previous post from 2010 in regards to development differences between Documentum and Alfresco. This post will compare and contrast development environments and philosophy with both Alfresco and Documentum.
Last month, Alfresco updated the 2012 Product Roadmap on the Alfresco Wiki, providing a rough outline of things to come for Alfresco. Aside from the core repository and Share interface, cloud and mobile are obviously a huge focus for this year. The following are some thoughts on some of the more interesting enhancements planned for 2012. […]
We are excited to announce and share with you a brand new TSG Learning Zone! We put a great deal of effort into shifting technologies and giving it a clean new look.
Technology Services Group held the first Alfresco User Group Meeting last Thursday at out offices. Thanks to those that attended. It was great to see others in the Chicago area that are passionate and excited about the Alfresco platform and the possibilities it provides. The meeting provided a more casual way to interact with fellow […]
Thanks to all the fellow Alfrescans who attended both the Minneapolis and Chicago Lunch and Learns. Really, the best part of these lunch and learns is the LUNCH! We get to learn how people are leveraging the platform and share best practices and experiences. Alfresco 4.0 Enterprise was released on Thursday to much fanfare, […]
For those who had the opportunity to attend DevCon 2011, TSG presented this case study about developing myInfinitec, a portal provided to teachers to access resources to aid in working with special needs children. The slides from our DevCon 2011 presentation may be accessed here. The following will discuss lessons learned during initial development, including […]
DevCon wrapped up at the end of October in sunny San Diego. Conferences are always a great way to get “re-energized”, meeting new users to the Alfresco platform, spending time with existing clients, and getting excited about where the Alfresco platform is headed. This post will discuss the roadmap and other thoughts from the conference.
At TSG we get questions all the time in regards to “How are your consulting engagements different between Alfresco and other ECM offerings like Documentum, FileNet/IBM and SharePoint.” For this post, we will explore how we have been successful with Alfresco Consulting initiatives and point out some of the differences to commercial ECM consulting.