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Archive for October, 2012

John Powell CEO Alfresco Keynote Address Video

We all know that ECM doesn’t rate too high on the “glamorous business” scale, but if there were an ECM superstar, John Powell CEO of Alfresco, would be the guy.  We were all very excited when he attended the Zia Paper to Mobile Summit held at the Zia HQ in Boulder and presented a keynote address.  See what he has to say about the history of Alfresco, the current state of ECM and what the future holds with Alfresco.

 

Check out this inside look video.

 

 

 

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Investigating Alfresco’s SOLR Indexes and Resolving Issues

Having troubles with your Alfresco SOLR indexes? If so, this blog post might be able to help provide some helpful tips on how to identify problems with your Solr indexes and how to resolve them.  

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Using Alfresco 4.0

It’s been just over six months since Alfresco 4.0 was released.  At Zia, we are starting to see an uptick in customers planning upgrade strategies or implementing 4.0. What every customer wants to know is – if the new features in 4.0 deliver on their promises and how they can be used in a real business environment.

Instead of focusing on what’s new in 4.0, I wanted to shed some light on what features customers are actually adopting and if those features work as advertised.  So far, our customers are gravitating towards Solr, Activiti and the overall UI improvements.

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Why Contentpeople.com?

Over the past few months Zia Consulting has rolled out a new Website and branding campaign focused on “Content People.”  This might seem like a small change from our previous Enterprise Content Management messaging, but for us it represents a significant shift.  We started to ask ourselves “Why Content”. The answer is simple – content is the lifeblood of an organization! More…