TSG is hosting a breakfast meeting with Doculabs on October 15th in Rosemont, IL on the Future of Enterprise Content Management (ECM). If you are interested in attending, please send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. This post will summarize the 20 minute TED format talk I am giving to kick-off the meeting.
We recently helped a client with a difficult implementation surrounding the “Content Library” function released back in April with D2 as a primary client. The use case is focused on managing project deliverables for large-scale multi-year projects. This post will describe some of the client’s struggles and our overall thoughts. Continue reading
We are working with a couple of different clients that are considering TSG’s High Performance Interface (HPI) to as an alternative to Alfresco Share. This post will discuss some of the key differences between the two interfaces for those clients considering alternative Alfresco interfaces.
In a discussion with a long time Documentum client last week that had evaluated D2, some interesting points were raised as to why D2 has failed to replace Webtop. This post will summarize those discussions.
This week we had a new client into the office to brainstorm on ways the client could leverage HPI as part of their cloud based content management offering. In addition to the infrastructure and interface discussions, the conversations also involved lots of joint partnership opportunities around selective case studies. This post will share some of our findings for the week with our strategy moving forward.
Hadoop, a leading technology disruptor from the Big Data movement, is a massively scalable architecture capable of dealing with terabytes+ of unstructured data. As the cost of storage, memory and CPU continues to move toward almost free, we are seeing the clients looking to move away from traditional legacy ECM tools for the newer architecture and cost savings by managing their documents with Hadoop. On major advantage of Hadoop versus traditional vendors is the ability to add attributes “on the fly”. This post is will describe an ECM content model for Hadoop and walk through the process of add and remove attributes “on the fly” based on our experience from Hadoop ECM clients.