In the months since the COVID outbreak, many businesses have been adapting their processes to the realities of remote document review often with all reviewers working from home. Processes like document review can require involved discussion, which can be more efficient with face-to-face interaction and discussions. This post will explore how the Alfresco Enterprise Viewer […]
Documentum or Alfresco Interface – Ready for an Upgrade?
With the Alfresco Content Accelerator available for both Documentum and Alfresco repositories, we have seen a recent surge in modernization and replacement of older interfaces. For this post, we will take a deep-dive into some of the components of older interfaces and contrast those features with modern features from the Alfresco Content Accelerator.
Alfresco Enterprise Viewer – Offline Annotation for Efficient Review
One of the major advantages of the Alfresco Enterprise Viewer is the ability to provide for collaborative annotation when internet access is available as well as supporting offline annotations for times when internet access is not available. For this post, we will dive deeper into how the Alfresco Enterprise Viewer allows users that are offline […]
Content Service Platform Scaling – How Good Key Design and NoSQL can avoid the need for Elastic/Solr or other indexes
TSG has implemented multiple large document solutions in our Alfresco, Documentum and NoSQL (DynamoDB and HBase/Hadoop) practices with volumes in the hundreds of millions and sometimes billions of documents. Our most recent FileNet Migration had 4 Billion Documents and in 2019 TSG successfully benchmarked 11 Billion documents internally on DynamoDB. This post will highlight the […]
Documentum – Do More with OpenContent and OpenAnnotate
Even though TSG is now part of the Alfresco family, Alfresco remains 100% committed to continuing to support Documentum users’ ability to leverage TSG’s OpenContent and OpenAnnotate products to make Documentum better. OpenContent and OpenAnnotate can easily improve the user experience of Documentum. This post will include a high-level video along with additional links to […]
Miami-Dade County and OpenContent win Sustainability Award
Miami-Dade County‘s ECM GIS Integration for Environmental Resource Management Permitting was just recognized with a Sustainability Award from the Public Technology Institute. The solution leverages TSG’s OpenContent Management Suite to provide the public access to critical documents like aerial photography, street maps, surveys, permits and other supporting documentation. The solution helps inspectors identify potential environmental […]
Elastic Services for ECM – TSG OpenContent Roadmap
Recently, TSG has seen increased interest in our Elasticsearch capabilities, particularly as it related to our 11 Billion Document Benchmark on AWS. As part of our product roadmap this quarter, TSG is announcing the formalization of our OpenContent Elastic Services as well as some new features that we are adding to our work with the […]
Print to Repository – OpenContent Print Driver Support
TSG has been working with a client recently that needs the ability to print directly to the repository. This post will present both the old way of printing to the repository as well as our new OpenContent Print Driver to allow printing to the repository with a consistent web-based indexing user experience.
Mobius Content Services Migrations with OpenMigrate
TSG has recently seen several existing and new clients looking to migrate content from Mobius Content Services to other Enterprise Content Management (ECM) platforms. Reasons for migrating include consolidation of disparate ECM systems, the desire to move to a NoSQL ECM such as TSG’s DynamoDB and Hadoop solutions, and the need to regularly extract content […]