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Alfresco Enterprise 3.2 Released

Alfresco has released version Alfresco Enterprise Edition 3.2, the subscription version of its open source enterprise content management system. The release brings together a number of features which have appeared in the community edition in the past months, such as the 5015.2 certified records management module, and IMAP support allowing IMAP enabled mail clients to seamlessly interoperate with the content management system.
 
The enterprise edition includes multi-tenancy to allow one instance of Alfresco to be shared by multiple companies or multiple divisions of a corporation with each share appearing as their own instance of the content management system. Paul Hampton, Product Marketing Director at Alfresco told The H that this would be useful in companies where they are required to have "chinese walls" between departments as a legal obligation...
 
 

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