Alfresco Summit 2014

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Save the Date for the Alfresco Summit 2014 in San Francisco! No longer just a “developers conference”, Alfresco Summit is the one event each year where business leaders, developers, partners and Alfresco engineers gather together to learn from one another and share experiences about how to get the most out of the Alfresco platform. We always look forward to Summit and this year is no different. Here are a few of the sessions that we will be attending – let us know if you can make it and we will save you a seat!

  • Alfresco Product Keynote: Next Generation Tools for Enterprise Work with Thomas DeMeo, Alfresco’s VP of Product Management.  Nothing like hearing about Alfresco’s roadmap right from the person who sets that direction!  Thomas will also be unveiling some new features of Alfresco 5.0 including much awaited integrated Analytics & Reporting and Desktop Sync functionality.
  • Easy Content Management: Driving Digital Business with Mark Gilbert, Research Vice President at Gartner. Mark will share how the ECM market is transforming and provide specific insights into things you can do in your business to capitalize on this changing landscape.
  • Building your CMIS Toolkit: Querying and Updating Alfresco from External Applications with Gary Cox, Senior Consultant at Blue Fish.  Gary is back yet again with another technical talk – this time you will walk away with the skills you need to create your own standalone applications for querying data in Alfresco, performing bulk metadata updates, and exporting information for reporting.
  • Enabling a Mobile Workforce with Marc Dubresson, Director of Mobile Product Management of Alfresco and Mike Hatfield, Lead Engineer of Alfresco Mobile Team.  Whether you have a BYOD initiative or have a company issued tablet in your bag, everything is becoming mobile.  Learn how Alfresco is providing users with mobile options while keeping your content managed and secure.

Join us by registering here today. We hope to see you there!

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