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Alfresco Announces Alfresco Team for Powerful Content Collaboration

By Mike Johnston June 21, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

Alfresco, the open platform for social content management, today announced the availability of Alfresco Team™, an all-new content collaboration product complete with iOS apps for the iPad and iPhone. Alfresco Team provides best-in-breed capabilities for sharing and collaborating on content, all with low-cost subscription pricing for organizations, teams and individual departments. Alfresco Team is a pro-tool for content collaboration.… Read More →


Moodle 2.0.3 and Moodle 1.9.12 have been released

By Mike Johnston May 19, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

The team of developers working on Moodle have recently released Moodle 2.0.3 and Moodle 1.9.12. In addition to a number of bug fixes and small improvements, five security vulnerabilities (4 major, 1 minor) in 2.0.2 and two security vulnerabilities (both major) in 1.9.11 have been discovered and fixed. As always, they recommend that you upgrade your sites to these latest versions as soon as possible. All 50,000 admins of registered Moodle sites have been notified previously. Upgrading from 2.0.x or 1.9.x should be very straightforward.… Read More →


SpringCM Makes It Easier, Faster and More Affordable to Securely Organize Teams, Tasks and Content

By Mike Johnston April 20, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

SpringCM® today announced the latest release of its award-winning cloud enterprise content management platform. This latest release, featuring new dynamic case management capabilities, helps SpringCM customers deliver more consistent execution, enhance team productivity and increase management visibility of key business processes. The new release of the SpringCM platform makes it easy and affordable to quickly and securely organize teams, tasks and content by using a simple but powerful checklist metaphor to drive such applications as new account openings, vendor on-boarding and audits.… Read More →



Brand new 1024CMS release

By Mike Johnston January 30, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

1024cms - CVI development team has announced the release of beta version 1.1 stable of the 1024cms. The new version includes only admin backend and better performance, improved Search Engine Optimization tools and support for the html editor and FCKeditor WYSIWYG text editors. 1024cms is a powerful Open Source Content Management System (CMS) written in PHP and is suitable for many types of website development. 1024cms is designed to run on a Linux web server, running Apache, PHP and SQL.… Read More →


MediaWiki announces first stable release of 1.16 series

By Mike Johnston July 28, 2010 News & Headlines  Comments

The MediaWiki team have announced the first stable release of the 1.16 series. This new version encompasses the following changes since 1.15.x: Watchlists now have RSS/Atom feeds. RSS feeds generally are now hidden, since Atom is a better protocol and is supported by virtually all clients. It's now possible to block users from sending email via Special:Emailuser. The maintenance script system was overhauled. Most maintenance scripts now have a useful help page when you run them with --help. AdminSettings.php is no longer required in order to run maintenance scripts.… Read More →



Jaws 0.8.12 released

Jaws 0.8.12 released

By Submitted Posts April 10, 2010 News & Headlines  Comments

Team Jaws announce the release of Jaws 0.8.12, changes since 0.8.11 are: - Added new method hashing for storing password in database - Added two new security features to Jaws session - Fixed generation captcha in 64bit operation systems - Fixed some issue in Blog gadget feeds - Fixed sending message via Chatbox gadget - Fixed bug in VisitCounter when using SQLite as database driver - Fixed bug in PostgreSQL driver while trying to store blob field - Updated Finnish translation - and other minor bug fixes for more information and download please visit: http://www.jaws-project.com/ … Read More →


concrete5 Launches Version 5.4 With a Trip to SXSW

concrete5 Launches Version 5.4 With a Trip to SXSW

By Mike Johnston March 29, 2010 News & Headlines  Comments

concrete CMS was commercial software that went open source in late 2008, quickly winning project of the month on SourceForge and much attention from a community of open source fans used to dealing with painful user experiences and scattered code. During the last year the core team behind concrete5 has been flushing out features in their CMS, along with building an active community and marketplace at concrete5.org.… Read More →



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