Content migration has always been one of my favourite topics to explore and during my work practice, I had the opportunity to participate on several successful and not so successful migration projects 🙂. This post represents my view on a content migration strategy that is focused on efficiency, performance and added value for organisations and stakeholders.
With the rapid evolution of technology and its use to benefit companies’ ways to reach their clients, concerns arise – “What are companies doing with my Personal Data?!”, and “What really is Personal Data?”.
These issues and concerns made governments rethink about costumers’ protection… and here comes General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a turning point to privacy in the EU. A subject that, since May 2018, has been a very hot topic among companies.
Alfresco repository Caches optimisation can have significant impact on the performance of your Alfresco deployment. This post provides an overview on how the repository caches are implemented by Alfresco.
The Alfresco repository leverages and provides in-memory caches. Memory caching (often simply referred to as caching) is a technique in which computer applications temporarily store data in a computer’s main memory (i.e., random access memory, or RAM) to enable fast retrievals of that data.
We know that there are still many companies using Legacy ECM Systems. This is more and more limiting, has we shift to a digital content era, powered by AI and Machine Learning. Not only that, but your security may be compromised as well, as these systems are failing more and more.
And what are most companies doing to respond to that?! Well, most of them are moving their systems to the cloud! This has been happening, thus slowly, but it is evident that this is the next step to take towards being competitive and increasing productivity.
Once upon a time, companies stored and processed data through traditional means… by hand. This is an extremely painful process that implies taking a huge number of documents, scanning, and organizing according to their category. Just reading it already gives us headaches!
Every company deals with a load of content from various sources, departments and in different formats. Accessing a specific document or information can be daunting, and most companies manage this by hand. Which translates in manpower and time, resulting in efficiency losses.
Being able to move forward in today’s speeding light market, demands creativity and innovation. To achieve that, workers need to focus more on creative tasks and projects, without wasting time searching for documents and information.