Drupal is the most popular Open Source software for content management. On the other hand, Alresco is a top Open Source alternative for Document management. Although, both have features that can make them interchangeable in some scenarios, but their combination can be very powerful.
A little more on Alfresco for the uninitiated.
- Alfresco Community Edition is free software, LGPL licensed open source and open standards. It has some important limitations in terms of scalability and availability, since the clustering feature has been removed from the community repository and is only available in the enterprise edition.
- Alfresco Enterprise Edition is commercially & proprietary licensed open source, open standards and enterprise scale. Its design is geared towards users who require a high degree of modularity and scalable performance.
- Alfresco Cloud Edition (Alfresco in the cloud) is the SaaS version of Alfresco.
I found a video on how to integrated both these applications and create a strong Document-Content Management platform for your company.
Related articles from External Sites
- Alfresco 4.2.d: The Public API & some CMIS changes you should be aware of
- Discover the full scope and power of Alfresco 4 with Packt’s new book and eBook
- Alfresco Summit 2013: Live coverage from Barcelona
- Nfocus Alfresco Event
- Alfresco Summit 2013 preview: 5 things you can’t miss
- Five of your favorite Alfresco-related presentations