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November 22, 2009

Alfresco Software updates Community version with CMIS

To enable developers to test and contribute to public review of content management standard

By CBR Staff Writer

Alfresco Software has included the Oasis Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) version 1.0 in Alfresco Community 3.2 to enable developers and organisations to participate in the public review process.

The company said that the OASIS CMIS Technical Committee (TC) has recently approved CMIS Version 1.0 as a committee draft and announced the start of a two month public review period.

The company said that the objective of the CMIS specification is to deliver a common Rest or web services API that can be used to develop write-once, run-anywhere, content and social applications.

The CMIS specification is backed by vendors including Alfresco, Adobe Systems, EMC, IBM, Microsoft, OpenText, Oracle and SAP, the company said.

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John Newton, CTO of Alfresco Software, said: “Anyone who doubted that CMIS would become a real standard should think again. CMIS will have a profound impact on the Content Management industry. Now everyone can try CMIS for themselves on Alfresco and contribute to the public review process.”

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