Update: Read Adlib’s thoughts on the upcoming EOL of ADTS here. Documentum has announced the end of life for support for the Advanced Document Transformation Services as Dec 31, 2016. One of the little known changes between the Documentum 6.7 and 7.x versions was that Documentum changed the underlying transformation engine. Formerly based on Adlib […]
This post will present final thoughts on the Momentum component of EMC World, the Documentum roadmap as well as the announcements on Leap, the new name for the Project Horizon initiative.
A two hour ECD Roadmap session was the bulk of the second day as the morning was partner meeting and other EMC presentations. This post will present our thoughts on the roadmap.
Earlier this week, we wrote about the Documentum Platform Roadmap. We, along with many other attendees, mistook the first day’s session as the overall roadmap rather than just the Documentum Platform. This post will describe the overall Roadmap and present our thoughts.
The Keynote is always the real beginning of the Momentum conference. Rohit Ghai is the new leader of the renamed Enterprise Content Division (formerly Information Intelligence Group) that includes Documentum. This post will share our thoughts about the keynote.
At EMC World 2014, Rick Devenuti shared 13 minutes into his keynote that only 25% of Documentum customers had upgraded to the Content Server 7.x after over 18 months of 7.x being available. While Rick spun this news to the positive, we had been posting since 2013 that many of our clients were hesitant to […]
This post will give some thoughts in regards to the futures of ECM and what we would expect in 2015. In looking back, we neglected to do a predictions last year. See our post detailing our 2013 predictions for Documentum. This post will compare our thoughts and predictions in the past for the previous two […]
As readers might remember, in our recap of EMC World 2014 back in May, we thought one significant non-announcement was that there was no Documentum 8 on the roadmap. In briefing our clients over the past 6 months, we thought we would share some of our thoughts on Documentum 8 and thoughts on the Documentum Roadmap.
In talking about our overall thoughts of EMC World and Momentum 2014, I thought I would resurrect our baseball analogy from where we felt Documentum was too often swinging for the fences with grandiose product plans and relationships that were turning into more strikeouts than runs. As we mentioned in 2013, we were impressed with […]