First Take on Alfresco 3.4 WCM

  • 14-Oct-2010

Alfresco recently released a new community version 3.4 of its Content Management System. The enterprise version is slated for release later this year. The latest version offers some new features and enhancements, such as a sample application called Web Quick Start, DocLib portlets, Distributed Repository Replication, and Enhancements to Alfresco Web Editor (AWE) as well as Share.

While these enhancements appear rather minor on the surface, there are some important "under the hood" changes that can have a significant impact on you, especially if you are an existing customer. In our recent advisory, we analyze these enhancements as well as the impact of these underlying changes for existing and prospective Alfresco customers.

Here's the table of contents for the advisory paper, "First Take on Alfresco's Latest Web CMS"

  • Key Takeaways
  • Introduction
  • What's New in 3.4
  • Analysis
  • Conclusion

Research subscribers are also welcome to make private inquiries about Alfresco and any of its competitors.

Our customers say...

"The Web CMS Research was the roadmap for our entire CMS selection process. It truly provided a basis for understanding what we should look for and expect in a CMS. Above all, since we used the report as our guide, we are more than confident in our CMS selection. If we had to go through the process all over again, we'd still rely as heavily on this report as we did the first time."

Michele McDonald, IT Project Manager, University of Oklahoma

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