One of the better roadmap presentations was given by Aaron J. Aubrecht and Patrick Walsh. Some great useful and candid information. Continue reading ‘Documentum – EMC World 2013 – Momentum – Day 1 – EMC Documentum 7.0 Roadmap’
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Not a ton of information in the Joe Tucci overall EMC Keynote as it relates to the Documentum Community. First major keynote was Rick Devenuti – CEO of Information Intelligence Group – slightly different from last year’s keynote. This post will cover thoughts from this year.
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Documentum – EMC Momentum 2013 – Day .5 – Energy and Engineering – What’s New and Next – The EPFM PlatformPublished May 7, 2013 D2 , Documentum , Migrations , xCP 2 Comments
Chris Brighouse presented in the afternoon on the EPFM roadmap. Attended with many in the utility industry. This will be a short post on some of the relevant ideas presented.
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On May 6th through May 9th, EMC World and the smaller component for Documentum/IIG (Momentum) will kick off in Las Vegas again at the Venetian. TSG has attended all the U.S. Momentum’s since the 1996 inaugural event in Miami. Once the agenda is published, we like to post our predictions on what attendees will see compared to previous events. Continue reading ‘Documentum – EMC World 2013 – Momentum – Early Predictions’
We might have missed it with the holidays but one of our utility clients alerted us to the news that EMC/Documentum/IIG had recently acquired Trinity Technologies, a former Documentum Consulting Select Services Team. While there is not a ton of information out there on the purchase, this post will discuss the purchase and give our thoughts. Continue reading ‘Documentum/IIG Acquires Trinity Technologies end of 2012′
I had a good conversation with a CIO friend of mine last week regarding his recent mobile framework purchasing decision. In purchasing a mobile framework, the CIO and his team decided, given the immaturity of mobile frameworks, to only buy a 3 year subscription. Their thinking was that after three years and more maturity within the mobile frameworks marketplace, they would determine if the current mobile framework was still the right choice (market leader, trending upwards) and might require them to make a change. This subject got us talking about the Documentum Purchase versus Alfresco Subscription model. Continue reading ‘Documentum Migration to Alfresco – Buy or Subscribe and business value’
As many Documentum customers know, the end of 2012 saw the initial official release of Documentum D7, something that was announced back at EMC World in May. We have recently been evaluating the release to determine what’s new, what’s changed, and what the potential impacts could be for our clients as they plan for the future. We will be posting to the blog over the next weeks as we proceed through our evaluations and test upgrade paths so be sure to stay tuned, but we wanted to share some initial thoughts as well.
The dominant theme at EMC World and Momentum Europe was a focus on solutions. Previous themes, particularly when announcing the discontinuation of solutions (ex: DCM, Marketing Asset Manager…), were focused on ECM infrastructure. In the past, both Documentum and Alfresco have focused being an infrastructure component that can be configured stand-alone or integrated into a variety of business solutions (ex: SAP) to provide content management. This post will examine the shift from infrastructure to solutions for the two companies, as well as present TSG’s goals with solutions for 2013.
Documentum Discontinues Developer Edition – Documentum to Alfresco Migration – Development Environment and PhilosophyPublished December 18, 2012 Alfresco , D2 , Documentum , Share , Webtop , xCP 5 Comments
With the recent announcement that the Documentum Developer Edition is being discontinued - Bidding Farewell to Developer Edition, we thought it would be a good time to update our previous post from 2010 in regards to development differences between Documentum and Alfresco. This post will compare and contrast development environments and philosophy with both Alfresco and Documentum.
One of the best things about the Documentum (Momentum) and Alfresco (Devcon) user events is that many of the sessions have been posted on the Web for review. As part of our ongoing series about migrating from Documentum to Alfresco, this post will discuss thoughts and strategies around company vision.