Appium - Mobile Apps Automation Tool

by Dasun Eranthika
Appium is an open-source tool for automating native, mobile web, and hybrid applications on iOS and Android platforms. Native apps are those written using the iOS or Android SDKs.Mobile web apps are web apps accessed using a mobile browser (Appium supports Safari on iOS and Chrome or the built-in 'Browser' app on Android).

Introduction to Ephesoft in ECM

by Varatharaja Kaj...
Ephesoft is an open source, intelligent document capture & data classification platform that accelerates the identification of various document types and extracts meaningful data to feed back ECM systems like Alfresco, office applications and line of business processes.

Open source: Take back control of your IT

by Aingaran Pillai
Open source has the potential to address many of the challenges facing local government organisations. They need to save costs, but not sacrifice quality. The only way to do this is through increased collaboration. Working together would bring cost savings to local government because it drives innovative, creative thinking with the added benefit of cost savings.

Machine Learning for Smart Content Solutions: From Proto-typing to Production

by Jayani Withanawasam
This is the second of three blogs on Machine Learning for Smart Content Solutions. 

Alfresco Mahout Content Recommendation

by Zaizi Blogs
In this era where digital information has become the main source of knowledge across the globe, Alfresco has a relevant role to play as it manages huge volumes of data for companies and users.

Alfresco Summit 2014

by Chris Conway
The Alfresco Summit 2014 is nearly upon us. The three-day annual conference on two continents is filled with hands-on training, 60+ business and technical breakout sessions, peer networking opportunities and industry experts sharing insights on the future of ECM. Last year 88% of attendees learned something new to apply to their own internal ECM projects.

Sensefy - Content Discovery Through Entity Driven Search

by Anonymous (not verified)
Sensefy, the new Semantic Search Engine developed by Zaizi; based on cutting edge Open Source technology it will bring a complete new advanced search experience to users.

Local councils to lead the open source movement

by Zaizi Blogs
Local councils are under enormous pressure to simultaneously cut costs and deliver even more services in the face of long-term austerity. Bristol City Council, for example, is having to manage a portfolio of fourteen different change programmes simultaneously, out of necessity.

Second Open Gov Summit looks at how open source & open standards are driving the Cloud Revolution

by Aingaran Pillai
Last year saw the first Open Gov Summit hosted by Zaizi. The London headquartered open source consultancy hosted the fully-booked Summit which attracted an eclectic audience that included open source pundits, public sector IT leaders, leads of open source projects, open source software vendors, consultants and journalists. ‘

Exclusive interview with John Powell, Alfresco Founder addressing his views on open source adoption in the public sector

by Navneet Hundal
John talked about how important the most significant changes in technology are to government and the pressing need to embrace them, touching on the effects of Twitter in the middle east uprisings and the proposed PIPA law in America