As readers who use EMC’s Documentum Compliance Manager (DCM) product will know, with the 6.5 release there was an architecture switch in the way dynamic overlays were applied to documents with the introduction of PDF Stamping Services (PSS). Prior to version 6.5, PDF Aqua was integrated into the product and customers used it to design […]
OpenOverlay – OpenSource Alternative for Adding Watermarks and Overlays in Documentum, Alfresco, and others
OpenOverlay has been a core TSG offering since 2007 and while not as visible as some of our other products it is used at many clients and enables key features such as electronic signatures, controlled printing, watermarking, overlay form responses, and letterhead and logo application. Many clients that use it for real-time dynamic property display […]
As we presented yesterday, one of the bigger issues with FileNet Migrations was clients that have leveraged the COLD format and how TSG has come up with our own adapter to help clients move away from FileNet COLD to a less proprietary PDF format. The discussion got us thinking about what other formats need special […]
One of the more confusing terms with in the Alfresco ecosystem has always been solution. Is an Alfresco solution a software product or consulting offering? Is Case Management a solution or is it more infrastructure? At TSG, our Alfresco Solutions are represented by business focused applications that are a mix of our enterprise class software, […]
Back in the 80’s, the emergence and low cost of PC’s, network and relational databases combined to create the beginnings of modern image management systems. Solutions and approaches gradually evolved to include documents and the creation of the ECM (enterprise content management/document management) industry. Back in 2015, TSG began brainstorming about what’s next for the […]
In discussing our next steps as part of our Amazon Web Services practice, one exciting item TSG is pursuing this quarter will be focused on Amazon DynamoDB and adding Enterprise Content Management capabilities. This post will begin a series of posts on our design and development activities to provide an OpenContent connection to Amazon DynamoDB.
In recent conversations with many of our manufacturing clients, Controlled Printing has become a frequent topic of conversation. We often see controlled print requirements in systems responsible for managing documents and records to prove that goods are being manufactured and processes are being executed in a repeatable, quality manner (i.e. manufacturing of a widget, plant […]
One of the major recommendations we make for our clients is to leverage PDF as much as possible as both source documents and renditions within Alfresco. This post will share some of our observations and lessons learned.
On a call last week with a long-time Alfresco client, much of the discussion was around printing and the different options. While much of the information for different printing options exist within our products, this post will summarize for Alfresco clients the different issues and how the TSG approaches can provide a variety of different […]