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  • AWS,-Google-and-Microsoft-Vision-API-Comparison
    AWS, Google and Microsoft Vision API Comparison
    Over the past year, major software vendors including Google, Microsoft, IBM and Amazon have shown great interest in developing image analysis APIs and applications. These companies have introduced suites of image analysis APIs offering a vast range of image analysis features. Using a computer vision API, a user can simply submit an image of a busy city and receive semantics tags such as city, buildings, people, whether it’s a photo taken at daytime or night etc, as analysis results of the image.
  • Alexa_Challenge
    Alexathon: Zaizi's Alexa challenge kicks off!
    We all know that you can do some awesome stuff with Alexa from ‘Alexa call me an uber’ to ‘find my phone’ to ‘Alexa start a 7min workout’! We thought we’d try our own hand at using the Amazon Alexa API calls to prototype some great new uses for Alexa for us Zaizi enthusiasts.
  • Selenium_Conf
    Multimedia reports for Continuous Integration at SeleniumConf UK 2016
    The SeleniumConf 2016, Selenium’s flagship event, was held in Central London and I was delighted to be invited along to speak, with my session titled, 'Distributed Testing and Test Reporting,' all about the work I have been doing on automated testing with Alfresco for continuous deployment and integration.
  • Alfresco_Meetup
    Alfresco Meetup for government - One year in
    Our last Alfresco meetup of the year, with two main sessions on Alfresco Search and Information Governance with Office 365, and the breakout sessions, expanding on the main talks, but also a session on Case Management and a brand new session, a Beginners Guide to Alfresco.
  • Zaizi's Latest Web Talks
    Join us here every month for our ten minute web talks showcasing Zaizi's solutions, including Alfresco add ons, technology integrations and document centric solutions for the enterprise
  • Continuous delivery for Alfresco
    Alfresco upgrades can range from the very simple and quick to those requiring days or weeks of downtime. Obviously weeks of downtime is unacceptable and this can be one of the barriers keeping customers on older versions of Alfresco.
  • What's new in Alfresco Activiti 1.5
    On the advent of their 1.5 release, due at the end of August, we thought it was a great time to catch up with Paul Holmes-Higgin, Co-Founder of Alfresco and General Manager for the Alfresco Activiti product, on what we can expect in this release, looking to the future, and how it’s being used out in the real world.
  • Zaizi at AWS Summit
    We had the pleasure of attending the AWS Summit that took place at the London Excel on July 7th 2016. What a fantastic turnout with over 5000 people ready and eager to learn. We arrived by 9AM and after registering made our way to Excel’s auditorium that was equipped with massive screens and audio systems which felt like we were about to attend a David Guetta concert! (pretty impressive montage).
  • Going ugly with Data
    In the last few weeks we have had the privilege to visit two great data events, the first one was #OpenDefra, the department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs “unconference,” a great showcase and networking event for people around government and data users.
  • Alfresco_Catchup
    Catch up with Alfresco on Records Management 2.4
    Alfresco has been busy creating a powerful and scalable platform for records management with some huge implementations in the U.S. as well as delivering their latest update, Records Management 2.4.
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