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Nuxeo to Provide Compatibility with Liferay Portal

By Mike Johnston March 14, 2012 News & Headlines  Comments

 Nuxeo has announced a technology alliance with Liferay, Inc., provider of the enterprise-class open source portal.  Liferay has certified the Nuxeo Platform as a content source for Liferay Portal 6.1 Enterprise Edition (EE). Both software solutions, which are Java-based and open source, are compliant with the OASIS CMIS (Content Management Interoperability Services) standard.… Read More →


Liferay Community Edition 6.1 released

By Mike Johnston January 7, 2012 News & Headlines  Comments

A new version of Liferay Community Edition has been released. Version 6.1 brings with it a huge list of new features. Here is a partial list from the release announcement posted on the Liferay website: In addition to the numerous bugs that have been fixed since 6.0 GA4, Many new features and improvements have gone into this release.… Read More →


A new version of Geeklog is now available

By Mike Johnston October 9, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

A new version of Geeklog has been made available. Version 1.8.1 ships with jQuery 1.6.3, which fixes a possible XSS in that JavaScript library, which shouldn't have affected Geeklog itself, but may potentially exist in add-ons that make extensive use of jQuery. Geeklog 1.8.1 also fixes two cases of information leakage, where the OAuth consumer key and secret were exposed when enabling the "rootdebug" option (which is off by default).… Read More →


Liferay’s West Coast Symposium – Day Two – #LRWCS2011

Liferay’s West Coast Symposium – Day Two – #LRWCS2011

By Mike Johnston September 22, 2011 Articles and Editorials  Comments

Today was Day Two of Liferay's West Coast Symposium 2011 here in Anaheim, California and it began with one of the most interesting talks I've ever had the pleasure of listening to. The topic? "The History of Open Source" by freelance journalist, Dana Blankenhorn. This is one man who has a presence on stage and I personally found it a fascinating and engaging talk.… Read More →


Liferay's West Coast Symposium - Day One - #LRWCS2011

Liferay's West Coast Symposium - Day One - #LRWCS2011

By Mike Johnston September 22, 2011 Articles and Editorials  Comments

With an estimated attendance of 300+ people, this year's West Coast Symposium has seen tremendous growth from the previous year. Day One of their symposium started off with a great keynote from Chief Executive Officer, Bryan Cheung in which he highlighted some of Liferay's successes such as their recent presence in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals where they were positioned in the Leader's Quadrant. Liferay 6.1 was also introduced to us for the first time.… Read More →


Liferay announces 6.1 release at West Coast Symposium #LRWCS2011

By Mike Johnston September 21, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

Liferay, providers of the increasingly popular open source portal, have announced their latest beta for their upcoming 6.1 here their annual West Coast Symposium. Along with this announcement, they have also introduced Liferay Marketplace, a channel for Liferay’s worldwide community of developers and partners to reach Liferay’s broad installation base with enterprise applications and plugins that augment Liferay Portal’s core portal, collaboration, and web content management (WCM) platform.… Read More →



Liferay’s Core Business Generates A 50 Percent Revenue Jump In First Half Of 2011

By Mike Johnston August 10, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

Liferay, Inc. today announced a 50 percent growth in revenue through its core business during the first half of 2011 from the same period last year, largely driven by strengthening adoption from industries such as financial services, health care, manufacturing and higher education. These sectors are seeing growing needs for the cost-effective, flexible web portal strategies that Liferay offers. As the provider of the world’s leading enterprise-class open source portal, Liferay has a rapidly growing community of 46,000 registered users.… Read More →



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