Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Alfresco Share: Enterprise Collaboration and Efficient Social Content Management

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For a while now, we have been hearing a lot about collaboration in Enterprise space. We speak day in and day out to our customers who have recognized the need to have a tool for use within their organization for better and efficient collaboration. We talk to customers who have done implementations of proprietary software, and have faced all kinds of challenges including vendor lock-in, rigid code base, and expensive upgrades. In our previous book, Alfresco 3 Enterprise Content Management, we had first introduced Share. Alfresco had just introduced its collaboration tool back then. The aim clearly was to provide an open source alternative to Microsoft SharePoint, Documentum, Interwoven, and similar software. It is, after all, the most popular open source Java based CMS with over 1.5 million downloads, 50,000 live sites, 74,000 community members, and with more than 150 application extensions in forge.

Share has since evolved and has become a competent tool for collaboration functions within an enterprise. The impressive roadmap which Alfresco provides promises an exciting possibility as it is created using completely open standards. We at CIGNEX Datamatics have implemented Alfresco for many enterprises. We became the Platinum System Integration partner of Alfresco. As part of our implementation, we also train our customers, so that they are equipped with all the information required to manage their systems. We have trained many users, administrators, and developers in Alfresco. This book distils the hands-on approach of our training courses into a concise, practical book.

Chapter 1: Building a Corporate Collaboration Strategy
Chapter 2: Installation and Configuration
Chapter 3: Alfresco Share Architecture
Chapter 4: Administering Share and Configuring Authentication Access
Chapter 5: Managing and Configuring a Site
Chapter 6: Collaboration Features in Share
Chapter 7: Document Library
Chapter 8: Implementing Workflow
Chapter 9: Configuring Share
Chapter 10: Packaging and Deploying Share

Author Details
"Amita Bhandari" is a Senior Consultant at CIGNEX Datamatics. She has extensive experience in implementing Enterprise Web Applications using J2EE technologies.

"Vinita Choudhary" is a Senior Consultant at CIGNEX Datamatics. She has extensive experience in working in a variety of environments with cross-functional, multi-cultural teams.

"Pallika Majmudar" is a Senior Consultant at CIGNEX Datamatics. She has strong hands-on experience in Java-based technologies, such as J2EE, Object-oriented Architecture and Design Patterns, Frameworks, web services, and web scripts.

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