Published July 1, 2015
The HPI Dashboard has been revamped for the 2.4 release. Check out the video below to see it in action! Along with a look and feel facelift, we have added drag and drop capabilities into the dashboard as well. Dashlets can also be restricted to group membership. This allows, for example, only Active Wizard users to see the “My Forms” dashlet.
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TSG recently worked with a client to migrate nearly 4 million documents with metadata from 3 different FileNet systems to Alfresco using OpenMigrate. This post will focus on the technical approach used to migrate all of the content, as well as some of the unique challenges of the migration.
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TSG is pleased to announce our contract management solution for Documentum or Alfresco. Leveraging portions of HPI for Case Management and Active Wizard for Dynamic Form and Workflow, the solution also combines best of breed integration with leading vendors like HotDocs, WorkShare Compare and DocuSign. This post will discuss the issues as well as how the solution was created.
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TSG is holding our annual client briefing on June 1st and June 2nd. To kickoff the meeting, I will be conducting a “State of the ECM Industry – 2015” Overview. This post will present the highlights of that presentation. Continue reading ‘Enterprise Content Management – State of the Industry – 2015′
TSG is happy to announce that the HPI 2.3 release is now available to TSG clients on Documentum or Alfresco. The 2.3 release includes many new features driven by TSG client projects. This post will describe the significant updates (with Video) including Redaction, Cloud Link Ingestion, Cloud Attachment Send and Periodic Review.
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The Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) provides the ability to store an enormous quantity of files with redundancy. In our first release of OpenContent for Hadoop, we have included the ability to annotate PDF documents with OpenAnnotate and store and retrieve the PDF layers in Hadoop. This post will describe the integration with Hadoop as the ECM repository, as well as highlight some benefits of using an annotation tool that uses open specifications.
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