Bee Con 2017 has just finished in sunny Zaragoza, Spain. For those who do not know Bee Con is the independent Alfresco developer conference organised by the Order of the Bee. The organisation dedicated to keeping Alfresco as a free to use open source platform.
It was time I took a closer look at the Alfresco Mobile Client, I wanted to connect the mobile client to my local alfresco repository (on localhost) where I do all my development and have sample data so I wanted to run the alfresco mobile client to run on my mac rather than my phone. I couldn’t find a good starting guide so here is a simple step by step process in how to do so.
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.
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.
Hiten Vaghmaria, after 4 years of working alongside Zaizi to deliver their unified content and records management programme, is moving on to pastures new. We thought this would be a great time to catch up with him.
Held at Broadway House in Westminster on the 26th May, we invited people from all over government to see the latest developments and use cases on the software. Attendees from all the major departments including the Home Office, HMGCC, National archives, MOD, DWP, BIS and many more were there to learn, share and discuss best practises.