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Liferay and Carahsoft
Liferay, a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals, provides portal, content management and collaboration software for modern digital engagement solutions. Learn more about Liferay by registering for a webcast on Feb. 2, 2016: http://www.carahsoft.com/learn/event/2302-simply-accelerate-website-development-with-liferay-portal Visit Us: www.liferay.com | www.carahsoft.com/vendors/liferay
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Talent Connect Live: Day 2
The Talent Connect Livestream is your front row seat to a three-day gathering of the world’s top leaders, innovators and influencers in the talent space. Join the stream October 9th – 11th, PDT to see keynote presentations, product demos and exclusive interviews, from anywhere in the world. You’ll gain actionable insights that will help you stay ahead of the evolving talent landscape on topics including Talent Intelligence, the Future of Work and Learning & Development.
Liferay Portal is a free and open source enterprise portal project written in Java and distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License and optional commercial license. The Liferay project additionally supports Liferay Social Office, Liferay Sync, Liferay AlloyUI, Liferay enterprise Connectivity Apps and the Liferay Marketplace. It is primarily used to power corporate intranets and extranets. Liferay Portal is a web platform with features commonly required for the development of websites and portals. Liferay includes a built-in web content management system allowing users to build websites and portals as an assembly of themes, pages, portlets/gadgets and a common navigation. Liferay is sometimes described as a content management framework or a web application framework. Liferay's support for plugins extends into multiple programming languages, including support for PHP and Ruby portlets. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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