CMSWire - 16 Jun 2011
We noted when Nuxeo (news, site) released its Case Management Framework last year that, while the case management framework is not exactly new in the world of ECM, it's nice. With this week’s release of v1.7, Nuxeo has added some nifty new abilities into a content management world, where case management is just about essential in many verticals, if not all.
CMSWire - 15 Jun 2011
Building on each organization's strengths, open source document management vendor Nuxeo and open source Web CMS vendor Hippo have joined forces for the greater good of information management. The result is an integration, built upon the CMIS standard, that bridges the document management / Web CMS gap, surfacing Nuxeo-based structured content via Hippo-managed websites.
Gilbane Group - 14 Jun 2011
Nuxeo, the Open Source Enterprise Content Management (ECM) platform company, announced a technology alliance with Hippo, a vendor of commercial Java Open Source Web Content Management. The two companies have built an ECM/WCM connector based on the OASIS CMIS (Content Management Interoperability Services) standard. Both Nuxeo and Hippo are open source, Java-based, CMIS-compliant platforms.
Fierce Content Management - 14 Jun 2011
CMSWire - 01 Jun 2011
Open source document management vendor Nuxeo, today released new versions of Nuxeo Document Management (DM) 5.4.2 and its underlying Enterprise Platform. The latest updates include user experience enhancements and several new features. And, as is the Nuxeo way — it was strongly driven by community feedback.
Fierce Content Management - 01 Jun 2011
CMS critic - 01 Jun 2011
Nuxeo, the Open Source Enterprise Content Management (ECM) platform company, released a new version of Nuxeo Document Management and Nuxeo Enterprise Platform today. Nuxeo DM 5.4.2 offers a host of usability and social features to make the user experience even smoother and more streamlined. Key contributions highlight the value of community involvement in the strategy of continuous innovation for the Nuxeo platform.
CMSWire - 16 May 2011
Nuxeo (news, site) is having a busy week with content management goodies. The company has gotten approval for its content repository, dubbed Apricot, and now it's announced a point release of its open source document assessment management (DAM) product over at the corporate blog.
CMSWire - 13 May 2011
Nuxeo (news, site) has announced that its content repository technology, has been approved and will soon be provisioned by the Eclipse Foundation (news, site). The project even has a new, much tastier nickname than the official Eclipse Enterprise Content Repository Project — Apricot — and it's just in time for summer.
Fierce Content Management - 20 Apr 2011
Nuxeo, the open source enterprise content management platform, announced a new package this week in the Nuxeo Marketplace that provides Amazon S3 storage services. This enables Nuxeo customers to store content off site and only pay based on how much storage they use. It could be an attractive for option for companies faced with growing content storage requirements.
Dr. Dobb's Journal - 18 Apr 2011
Actuate's open source Business Intelligence (BI) platform has been allied to the Nuxeo's open source Enterprise Content Management (ECM) technology to deliver a new package to connect Nuxeo Enterprise Platform (EP)-based applications and the open source Business Intelligence tool, Eclipse BIRT.
metaLogic - 15 Apr 2011
Support for Enterprise Search is yet another reason to give strong consideration to Nuxeo and open source for your enterprise content management needs. Nuxeo's recently announced Google Search Appliance (GSA) connector is an important component for any enterprise indexing and search strategy. Nuxeo content is actively indexed and can be searched using the familiar Google search page.
CMSWire - 14 Apr 2011
Open source enterprise content management (ECM) vendor Nuxeo announced the Nuxeo GSA Connector that enables Search Appliance to index and search Nuxeo ECM content.
CMSWire - 13 Apr 2011
Today, open source enterprise content management (ECM) provider Nuxeo announced an integration with Eclipse’s open source Business Intelligence Report Tool (BIRT), enabling users to create reports from the ECM platform.
CMSWire - 22 Mar 2011
The inherent tension between structured and unstructured, formal and informal, product and platform is at an interesting phase as content management collides with social software. Whether we call it Enterprise 2.0, enterprise collaboration or social content management, this intersection presents a challenge for both IT and content managers.
Nuxeo Blogs - 07 Mar 2011
Damien Metzler is a well known name around Nuxeo, and I was excited to get a chance to catch up with him and chat about his Nuxeo platform-based project at Leroy Merlin. Damien has developed GWT containers and OpenSocial features for the company’s Nuxeo EP-based Intranet Portal, and he has also contributed his enhancements back to the Nuxeo platform. Now all Nuxeo users have access to an iGoogle-like dashboard with both internal and external gadgets, because his contribution was integrated into Nuxeo DM.
Apache Software Foundation - 23 Feb 2011
Forest Hill, MD – 23 February 2011 – The Apache Software Foundation (ASF), the all-volunteer developers, stewards, and incubators of nearly 150 Open Source projects and initiatives, today announced that Apache Chemistry has graduated from the Apache Incubator as a Top-Level Project (TLP). This signifies that the Apache Chemistry community and products have been well-governed under the ASF's meritocratic, consensus-driven process and principles.
11 Feb 2011
ECM and DAM vendor, Nuxeo, have offered to contribute the Nuxeo Core to the Eclipse Foundation and it will become known as the Eclipse Enterprise Content Repository (if their proposal is accepted).
Semantic Web - 11 Feb 2011
Open source ECM vendor Nuxeo is hoping to move its Java Content Repository to the Eclipse Foundation, “an open source community, whose projects are focused on building an open development platform comprised of extensible frameworks, tools and runtimes for building, deploying and managing software across the lifecycle.”
Content Here - 10 Feb 2011
I have been thinking a lot about Nuxeo’s recent announcement that it is contributing Nuxeo Core to the Eclipse Foundation. First, I agree with Josette Rigsby’s observation that this move could make Nuxeo the JackRabbit of CMIS. JCR watchers probably remember that Day Software’s development of an open source reference implementation (Apache JackRabbit) was critical to the success of the JCR standard.
Jaxenter - 10 Feb 2011
Eclipse Enterprise Content Repository Project (ECR) has been proposed as a new Eclipse project under the Eclipse Runtime Project. The initial contribution will come from Nuxeo, which will then be developed within the Eclipse Foundation into a reference Content Repository implementation, accessible through APIs.
eWeek.com - 10 Feb 2011
Nuxeo, maker of an open-source Enterprise Content Management (ECM) platform, has announced plans to contribute its Java Content Repository to the Eclipse Foundation.
SD Times - 10 Feb 2011
Nuxeo has announced that it has contributed the core of its content management platform to the Eclipse Foundation. The Nuxeo Core is now known (within the Eclipse Foundation) as the Eclipse Enterprise Content Repository. The newly formed project lives under the umbrella Eclipse Runtime project at the Foundation.
DZone Javalobby - 10 Feb 2011
Nuxeo, the Open Source Enterprise Content Management company, has proposed to contribute its proven Java Content Repository technology (Nuxeo Core) to the Eclipse Foundation. The “Eclipse Enterprise Content Repository” project, if approved, will build on the initial contribution to deliver a modular, versatile and full-featured Content Repository technology, leveraging CMIS as main access protocol and API.
The H - 09 Feb 2011
Nuxeo, French provider of ECM (Enterprise Content Management) systems, has announced that it is handing it's Nuxeo Core content repository technology over to the Eclipse Foundation . The project, if approved, will be called the "Eclipse Enterprise Content Repository" and would be part of the Eclipse Runtime (RT) Project.