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Introducing Alfresco 4Social Content Management                            2.
Contents Where are we coming from?   Alfresco’s major milestones Where are we now?   Alfresco 4 demo Where are we going?  ...
Where are we comingfrom?                      4.
Alfresco’s major milestones Founded in 2005 by John Newton (Co-founder Documentum) and John Powell (COO Business Objects)…...
Alfresco’s major milestones 2006: Alfresco 1.4    ‘Old school’ document management 2007: Alfresco 2    Focus on WCM    Int...
Alfresco’s major milestonesHierarchy-driven           Network-driven                                            7.
Alfresco’s major milestones Systems of record           Systems of engagementPreservation and security     Collaboration a...
Alfresco’s major milestones Based on a solid repository                               9.
Where are we now?                    10.
Alfresco 4 demo A walk through the Share interface Usability Social collaboration and integration Mobile access System man...
A walk through the Share interface Personal dashboard Tasks, workflows, profile Site dashboard Wiki, calendar, forum, link...
Alfresco 4: Usability  Drag and drop  Contextual help  Site configuration and branding  Sorting  Inline editing  Creation ...
Alfresco 4: Social collaboration andintegration Following people Activity feed enhancements Notifications via e-mail diges...
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Before social media                      Inspired by Jon Thomas                                      18.
After social media                     Inspired by Jon Thomas                                     19.
Alfresco 4: Mobile access     Cook           Dine    Snack                                    20.
Alfresco 4: Mobile access                            21.
Alfresco 4: System management andperformance The ‘invisible’ features of Alfresco 4    Solr search engine    Activiti work...
Alfresco 4: System management andperformance Solr search engine, alternative for Lucene  I        I    I   I   I          ...
Alfresco 4: System management andperformance                                    24.
Alfresco 4: System management andperformance Activiti workflow engine, alternative for jBPM    Alfresco’s ‘Belgian connect...
Alfresco 4: System management andperformance Administration console    Reduces the need for XML configuration    Eases the...
Alfresco 4: System management andperformance Transformation server                          Request PDF                   ...
Where are we going?                      28.
A peek into Alfresco’s future Alfresco Cloud    Public cloud: beta testing in progress    Private cloud option scheduled f...
Questions?             30.
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Introducing Alfresco 4 - Social Content Management.

Presentation of the Amplexor MINI Seminar on Social Content Management on the 26th of January 2012 in Leuven , Belgium

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  1. 1. 1.
  2. 2. Introducing Alfresco 4Social Content Management 2.
  3. 3. Contents Where are we coming from? Alfresco’s major milestones Where are we now? Alfresco 4 demo Where are we going? A peek into Alfresco’s future 3.
  4. 4. Where are we comingfrom? 4.
  5. 5. Alfresco’s major milestones Founded in 2005 by John Newton (Co-founder Documentum) and John Powell (COO Business Objects)… …with the aim to become the leading open source alternative for enterprise content management (ECM)… …and even to surpass commercial ECM offerings in terms of features, functionality and benefits to the user community. 5.
  6. 6. Alfresco’s major milestones 2006: Alfresco 1.4 ‘Old school’ document management 2007: Alfresco 2 Focus on WCM Introduction of web scripts 2009: Alfresco 3 Collaboration with Alfresco Share Clustering: scalability and performance Records management 6.
  7. 7. Alfresco’s major milestonesHierarchy-driven Network-driven 7.
  8. 8. Alfresco’s major milestones Systems of record Systems of engagementPreservation and security Collaboration and sharingAccuracy and completeness Immediacy and accessibilityTransactions InteractionsDocuments ConversationsUser learns system System learns userECM for the few ECM for the masses 8.
  9. 9. Alfresco’s major milestones Based on a solid repository 9.
  10. 10. Where are we now? 10.
  11. 11. Alfresco 4 demo A walk through the Share interface Usability Social collaboration and integration Mobile access System management and performance 11.
  12. 12. A walk through the Share interface Personal dashboard Tasks, workflows, profile Site dashboard Wiki, calendar, forum, links, datalist, blog Document library Search 12.
  13. 13. Alfresco 4: Usability Drag and drop Contextual help Site configuration and branding Sorting Inline editing Creation based on templates Document details page redesign Support for previewing video/audio Geotagging 13.
  14. 14. Alfresco 4: Social collaboration andintegration Following people Activity feed enhancements Notifications via e-mail digest Liking content, favorites and comment counts Social publishing and updating 14.
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  16. 16. 16.
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  18. 18. Before social media Inspired by Jon Thomas 18.
  19. 19. After social media Inspired by Jon Thomas 19.
  20. 20. Alfresco 4: Mobile access Cook Dine Snack 20.
  21. 21. Alfresco 4: Mobile access 21.
  22. 22. Alfresco 4: System management andperformance The ‘invisible’ features of Alfresco 4 Solr search engine Activiti workflow engine Management console Transformation server 22.
  23. 23. Alfresco 4: System management andperformance Solr search engine, alternative for Lucene I I I I I DB FS SOLR DB FS 23.
  24. 24. Alfresco 4: System management andperformance 24.
  25. 25. Alfresco 4: System management andperformance Activiti workflow engine, alternative for jBPM Alfresco’s ‘Belgian connection’ Super-fast rock-solid BPMN 2.0 process engine 25.
  26. 26. Alfresco 4: System management andperformance Administration console Reduces the need for XML configuration Eases the system management tasks 26.
  27. 27. Alfresco 4: System management andperformance Transformation server Request PDF Return PDF 90% success rate 27.
  28. 28. Where are we going? 28.
  29. 29. A peek into Alfresco’s future Alfresco Cloud Public cloud: beta testing in progress Private cloud option scheduled for the future Process-as-a-service (Activiti – Project Pangu) 29.
  30. 30. Questions? 30.
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