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Alfresco Records Management – Using Rules to Make Records Filing Easy for Users

In a previous blog post we wrote about a common enhancement we often make to ECM systems to automatically file documents based on metadata values. Without development work, performing this same function in a DoD 5015.2 compliant records management system was difficult. 435 more words


Alfresco 4 : Thumbnail generation explained

Alfresco has developed a mechanism to easily generate thumbnails of each document. Alfresco uses thumbnails at different places, the most common case is the thumbnails displayed in the document library. 446 more words


Alfresco or Documentum Collaborative Document Reviews with OpenAnnotate

Whenever we give a demo of OpenAnnotate, clients always ask, “What happens when multiple users need to review a document at the same time?” OpenAnnotate has always supported having multiple users annotating a document at the same time, but a recent client has added functionality which broadcasts “live” the annotations and comments that users are making.   538 more words


Harnessing the Power of Alfresco Data Lists for Cascading Value Assistance

One of the most common Alfresco customization requests that we receive from our clients is for a way to allow metadata constraint lists to be managed by business users, rather than by IT.  457 more words


Rococo Acland Street, Melbourne

On a balmy summers evening, Alfresco dining in St Kilda is always on my top things to do in Melbourne. Especially when it comes to dining on Acland Street – provided you can save drooling over the gorgeous cake shops for post dinner – there’s nothing better than sitting outdoors and watching the brilliant mix of crowds pass by. 184 more words


A.A.A.R. v2.2 with interactive dashboards and free analysis

Finally the date came!

Starting from the requests and the collaboration of some of you, the brand new A.A.A.R. v2.2 has been released. I would like to explicitly thank  77 more words