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Michael Trafton

Blue Fish Offers Alfresco Expertise in Small Bites

Blue Fish Offers Alfresco Expertise in Small Bites

Alfresco has lowered the investment required to obtain world-class ECM technology, but organizations still struggle with the ECM domain. Over the past several months, I’ve talked to a lot of companies about Alfresco, and I often hear similar concerns. Companies aren’t sure how to get started on their ECM initiative They want to avoid common […]

Blue Fish Hosting Alfresco Lunch and Learns in 9 US Cities

Blue Fish Hosting Alfresco Lunch and Learns in 9 US Cities

Once a quarter, I spend a few weeks traveling around the country spreading the word about Alfresco by hosting a series of educational Lunch and Learns. This is one of my favorite parts of my job, because I get to meet new people, learn a little bit about their businesses, and turn them onto a […]

Social Content Management Features I’d Like to See in Alfresco Share

Social Content Management Features I’d Like to See in Alfresco Share

Over the past few months, I’ve heard John Newton (Alfresco founder and CTO) and Todd Barr (Alfresco CMO) speak on a new direction for Alfresco. They are ushering in an era of Social Content Management. Social Content Management is a term coined by Gartner Group, and adopted by Alfresco. It’s a brand new concept, and […]

Preventing Accidental Access By External Users in Alfresco

Preventing Accidental Access By External Users in Alfresco

Imagine that you’ve set up Alfresco Share as an Intranet within your company, and you’ve created a site for each department. Every site probably has a small number of managers that invite users, maintain the dashboard, and generally keep the information on the site all nice and tidy. Let’s say that you also have some […]

Report: State of Client-Side Web Development

Report: State of Client-Side Web Development

Every once in a while, Alex Bilstein, our user interface design guru, writes up an internal report to keep the rest of the Blue Fish team up to speed on the rapid advancements that are taking place in the world of web development, particularly as it relates to front-end development in the web browser tier. […]

Webinar: Painless Document Scanning and Indexing with Alfresco

Webinar: Painless Document Scanning and Indexing with Alfresco

If you missed my recent webinar on an easy way to scan documents into Alfresco, there’s a recording available. I also uploaded the slides onto SlideShare, but I recommend you watch the recording for the audio and to see the solution in action. Watch the Recording Now! Painless Document Scanning and Indexing with Alfresco

New Article: Where to Go to Learn About Alfresco

New Article: Where to Go to Learn About Alfresco

Business analysts, solution architects, developers, and system administrators new to Alfresco all face a similar challenge: figuring out where to go to learn something new about Alfresco. There are tons of wiki pages, blogs, articles, code samples, and other resources on the internet that contain valuable information about Alfresco, but wading through it all can […]

Alfresco Lunch and Learns in 6 Cities

Alfresco Lunch and Learns in 6 Cities

We’re starting 2011 off with another round of Blue Fish and Alfresco Lunch and Learn events. At this Lunch and Learn, I’ll be demonstrating some of the great things that Alfresco can do out of the box, and I’ll be showing off a brand new extension to Alfresco that makes it easy to scan and index paper documents and […]