Liferay Upgrades Mobile Capability

February 18, 2013

Liferay is an open source enterprise portal supported by the established JavaScript framework, Alloy. Liferay frequently makes headlines and is quick to try new techniques and develop new add-ons. Their latest update is a venture into mobile technology. CMS Wire has the full story in their article, “Liferay Upgrades Mobile Collaboration App – Sync & Javascript Framework – Alloy.”

The article begins:

“Open source enterprise solutions provider Liferay is updating its Liferay Sync document sharing/synchronization tool for mobile usage, while also introducing version 2.0 of its Alloy Java script framework. In response to growing popularity of the Sync data management/collaboration solution among Android and iOS users, Liferay is providing new mobile Sync capabilities.”

We anticipate that mobile will continue to be a hot topic within enterprise content management and search. Even established solutions like LucidWorks will need to find a way to function on mobile platforms. Many are already quite functional on the Cloud, but the next step will definitely be mobile device integration. Mobile devices are not quite ready for intense data input and are still primarily for information retrieval. However, that distinction will not last long and open source enterprise solutions will be ready with responsive solutions.

Emily Rae Aldridge, February 18, 2013

Sponsored by ArnoldIT.com, developer of Beyond Search

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