Online Backup for Alfresco
If a product has been downloaded for free over 4 million times, would that product be considered successful? It’s pretty much a no brainer. Alfresco, in all 3 of its flavors, has helped literally millions of businesses, organizations, and individuals to produce exactly the kinds of documents and site content necessary to represent themselves in the best light possible.
What is it about Alfresco that makes it so appealing and practical to all these savvy customers? Perhaps it is the open-source format, which allows for improvements and fixes to be made to the product on-the-fly, and which assures that the best, most cutting edge development is taking place in real time. Or perhaps it’s the dozens of features built into the platform, each one specifically designed to perform its task at the highest level, saving consumers the time, energy, and frustration typically associated with document and content management and production. Or perhaps it’s the highly competitive pricing, from their free version to their very affordable Cloud version.
Whatever Alfresco has, it’s most definitely attractive to a broad range of clients. Web content management software has always been seen as expensive and difficult to operate. Alfresco, on the other hand, costs as much as you want to pay for it, and comes to you with award-winning user-friendliness.
What is great about Alfresco is that it gives you an edge no matter how familiar you are with web development and programming languages. If you are a novice, you will still be able to develop your website with total control and confidence. If you are more experienced, Alfresco still has tons of goodies for you, and can help you to totally optimize and maximize the way your site appears and reads to the general public.
Alfresco isn’t the exclusive domain of one corporation, and it doesn’t limit itself to one specific database. Oracle, IBM, Microsoft, and several SQl versions are all supported on their software. And you can integrate it on your laptop with 3 different office software suites; Microsoft Office, OpenOffice, and LibreOffice. On top of this, you get official support for whichever platform you choose from Solaris, Gnu/Linux, or Microsoft. It’s this kind of flexibility and ability to provide options for consumers which has the computing world buzzing harmoniously about Alfresco.
This company was founded with a great deal of enthusiasm and focus in 2005 as a document management company, and quickly expanded into content management the next year. Taking a modern, innovative approach to traditionally staid and static areas of the computing world has led to their explosive growth and dissemination of products.
A “fresh” name like Alfresco hasn’t hurt their cause either.
A strategic partnership with Ephesoft, one of the most innovative document management companies out there, was announced in 2011. This is a clear indication that Alfresco’s management is focused on strong growth and adaptability. We are looking forward to seeing how the future pans out for this exciting young company.
Although Storagepipe is not directly linked with Alfresco or their brands, Storagepipe does offer online backup services for systems such as Alfresco and others.