Posts tagged 'enterprise'

Open Source, The Natural Fit for Content Management in the Enterprise

This is a talk I gave at "Adopting Open Source Software within the corporate ICT strategy" in London on 5th December 2013.

* How OSS reduces long term risk for CM

* Integrating with the unknown

* Authentication in heterogeneous environments

* Case study - NHS Health and Social Care Information Centre Intranet

How to get started with the Pluggable Authentication System

A presentation given at Plone Conference 2013 in Brasilia. This presentation explains Plone’s Pluggable Authentication System (PAS) and how to get started with writing your own PAS Plugin.

Plone and Single-Sign On - Active Directory and the Holy Grail

These are the slides of a talk I gave on Single Sign On in Plone via Active Directory using netsight.windowsauthplugin

The Flexibility of Open Source: A Case Study of a large Corporate Intranet

The advantages of Open Source systems go beyond simple cost savings. Content management by its very nature requires a significant level of customisation and integration to meet business requirements. By not prohibiting the inspection and modification of the source code, Open Source enables a level of flexibility not available with proprietary systems.

This talk will present a case study of the process one corporation, Belron®, went through in the development of a corporate Intranet based on Plone. Belron® is the world’s largest vehicle glass repair and replacement company, owning some of the best known brands in the industry including Carglass®, Autoglass®, O’Brien® and Safelite®. Belron® employs more than 19, 500 people working in 28 countries worldwide.

In this talk you will see how the flexibility of Open Source allowed an initial modest Intranet to adapt and grow over time to an organisation’s evolving requirements, and the development of multiple sub-sites, specific business processes and multilingual support. You will also see how Open Source’s licensing model allows un-fettered growth and deployment of the Intranet to multiple countries.