Open source doyen Alfresco takes wraps off latest Records Management 2.0 for enterprise file capabilities
By ECM Plus staff
ECM Plus /London/ +++ Alfresco’s newest Records Management 2.0 is now available for serving enterprise organisations and government departments for management of governance and compliance processes.
According to the open source content software specialist, RM 2.0 boasts open source records management and retention tools.
John Newton, CTO of Alfresco Software said: “With Alfresco RM 2.0 we are greatly simplifying the process of helping international government and commercial organisations keep their business-critical files and documents secure. Alfresco addresses the complete lifecycle of any electronic file – from initial drafting, through review and approval to declaring as a record and final destruction, all via a single integrated interface. Enterprises can now quickly and easily produce vital evidence needed for resolving disputes whenever they need it.”
Alfresco said the new RM 2.0 module extends compliance support for all kinds of content from traditional office documents to rich media files and from scanned images to team collaboration files – all managed in a single, fully-customisable platform. Furthermore, Alfresco’s powerful feature-set allows the records management process to be adapted to suit a wide variety of business cases.
The company added that it was the only open source content management platform to offer native records management, Alfresco RM 2.0 now offers features and capabilities such as multi-level file plan, support for Alfresco Enterprise 4, extensibility, uncoupled DoD specification, record searches, single repository, user-friendly Web-based Interface and email filing.
RM 2.0’s new features also now boasts an enchanced permissions model based on user capabilities and roles, as well as support for complex transfers and vital records and their reviews.
Alfresco’s RM 2.0 also now includes search, workflow and hold tools to comply with transparency and Freedon of Information Act regulations.