A few months ago, MariaDB conducted a study to gauge the initial COVID-19 impact on businesses moving to the cloud and IT professionals’ attitudes on what has changed and what they think will change going forward.
Cheryl McKinnon, principal analyst serving enterprise architecture professionals, is the author of the report: The Forrester Wave™ - ECM Content Platforms, Q3 2019.
In a 26-criterion evaluation of enterprise content management (ECM) content platform providers, Cheryl and the team identified the 14 most significant ones — Alfresco Software, Box, GRM Information Management, Hyland, IBM, iManage, Laserfiche, M-Files, Micro Focus, Microsoft, Newgen Software, Nuxeo, OpenText, and SER Group —and researched, analyzed, and scored them.
The Association of Intelligent Information Management (AIIM) published survey results from 100 Leaders in Document Automation, focusing on how the digital workforce takes advantage of Document Automation Solutions.
Cloud Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is one of the biggest trends in business software, mostly due to its flexibility and savings the cloud offers. However, these benefits are often contended because the cloud may not be superior to on-premise ECM in all cases, and are both options mutually exclusive?
Last March, I attended the annual Alfresco Sales Kickoff event, held in Dublin. The aim of the event was to bring together Alfresco Top management, the Sales and Marketing teams, and key partners and share the global vision.
I represented Xenit, which was the only Belgian partner that attended and sponsored the conference.
Cloud infrastructure offers many benefits and companies are progressively migrating from on premise to cloud models, driven by the need to reduce infrastructure costs, increase business agility and modernize the IT asset base.