TSG is proud to release OpenAnnotate 2.0, our latest iteration of open source annotations. We’ve successfully deployed OpenAnnotate with a number of our Documentum clients to enable simple annotation capabilities on PDF documents, both via TSG’s HPI and Webtop. We’ve now implemented annotation capability within Alfresco Share to allow markup of rendered PDF documents within […]
Last month at our client briefing, electronic records management systems were a common point of interest, but interestingly, not a common practice. Even though everyone knew they needed to be smarter about using electronic records management only a few companies had taken the plunge. The others, like many of the companies we talk to every […]
On Wednesday, June 29th, TSG held its first ever Hack Day! The idea of a Hack Day originated at Yahoo! (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hack_Day), and similar ideas arose at companies such as Google, Facebook, and Twitter. This post will detail our experience.
One of the first ECM applications TSG ever developed for a client 15 years ago this month was the “Smart CR” where CR stood for change request. When it comes to Change Management, we (TSG) have experienced a variety of approaches and best practices. For this post, we will detail those best practices and how […]
Next month TSG will once again be hosting Alfresco Lunch and Learns in the Midwest. We’ll discuss how Alfresco can be integrated with everyday desktop applications and approaches for taking paper content and making them electronic. Kansas City, MO – May 11th Bristol Seafood Grill 51 East 14th Street Kansas City, MO 64106 Chicago, IL – […]
TSG will once again be hosting Alfresco Lunch and Learns in St. Louis on January 25th and in Kansas City on February 1st. Alfresco will discuss the evolution of ECM and Social Content Management, and provide an update of the upcoming Alfresco 3.4 Enterprise release and product roadmap. We will be demoing the latest version of Alfresco […]
The Documentum object model and the Alfresco content model have many similarities. Both software packages have the concept of library services (check in / check out), a data dictionary, and a hierarchical data model however implementations do differ. In Documentum, administrators can create or alter custom object types with the use of Documentum Administrator, Composer, […]
With the newest release of Alfresco Community Edition 3.3g, Alfresco has released an initial integration between Google Docs and Alfresco. This recent integration is another great example of the openness of the Alfresco platform. There are two ways to interact with Google Docs: