Alfresco launches 5-week cloud migration service
Alfresco Software, a commercial, open source software company, has introduced the Alfresco Migration Service to help enterprises move content to Alfresco’s cloud-native digital business platform.
“We are already seeing increased demand today from enterprises and government agencies, who want to move off legacy systems and migrate to the cloud. However, they find a basic ‘lift and shift’ strategy moving their ECM platform to the cloud can be ineffective and risky,” said Alfresco CEO Bernadette Nixon. “In fact, they seek an approach that provides both an uninterrupted service and de-risks the overall migration. Although there is no such thing as ‘a push button migration,’ they do want a programmed approach that kick-starts their migration and enables them to continue the migration at their own pace—while enjoying the benefits of a modern, cloud-native platform.”
Alfresco says the service enables enterprises to migrate billions of documents from repositories such as Documentum, DocuWare, Google Drive, Hadoop, IBM Content Manager, IBM FileNet, OpenText, Microsoft SharePoint and others to Alfresco’s cloud-native digital business platform.
The new Alfresco Migration Service provides a step-by-step approach including a migration toolkit, skilled people, and a 5-week, field-proven process.
For more information, go to www.alfresco.com.