OpenAnnotate continues to be one of our most popular software products with new features being added by multiple clients. This post will highlight the new features including streamline viewing, thumbnail navigation, PDF manipulation, updates to video annotation, redaction updates, localizing and adding the freehand drawing tool.
Alfresco on AWS Marketplace – OpenContent Management Suite
TSG, a member of the AWS Partner Network (APN), is proud to announce the release of OpenContent Management Suite on Alfresco on the AWS Marketplace on Alfresco. With the new OCMS marketplace instance, TSG’s entire suite of products running on Alfresco can be deployed with just the click of a button. The deployed solutions not only […]
OpenAnnotate – Beta Availability as a service on Amazon Web Services
We often receive requests from integrators or ECM customers that are looking for a way to add OpenAnnotate to their existing ECM infrastructure. For many Documentum or Alfresco deployments, OpenAnnotate can easily be added into their current infrastructures. To address clients that are not on Documentum or Alfresco, or are looking to augment their existing ECM with […]
FileNet – Adding a Modern Interface to a Legacy ECM
As mentioned in multiple posts, TSG has many clients stuck on Legacy ECM tools like FileNet, Documentum and OpenText. While most of the posts here are focused on how to migrate to a modern ECM environment sometimes the burden of moving all of the documents and interfaces can be too daunting. For this post, we […]
Improving Viewing Performance of PDF Documents – PDF.js vs OpenAnnotate
Over the past few years, TSG has leveraged PDF.js as a quick viewer for PDFs within our applications. This post will present how clients are leveraging OpenAnnotate rather than PDF.JS to improve viewing times (while getting the ability to annotate PDF images).
Suggested Redactions for Documentum, Alfresco or Hadoop using OpenRedact
We have recently seen many of our insurance clients asking what they can do about any PII (Personally identifiable information) and PHI (Protected Health information) that is in the documents they receive from various sources in their ECM repositories. TSG released OpenRedact as a product to help solve this problem by allowing users to manually redact […]
Top 3 Reasons to Publish Content out of an ECM
Last month, we discussed what a consumer portal is and the benefits of using one. We also considered how to make the switch to using a consumer portal. First, let’s recap. A consumer portal is a read-only interface, separate from the ECM, that allows content to be accessible to a large audience at low cost. […]
Box and ECM – What is Box missing?
Box and other Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) tools have been very successful filling the next generation document collaboration needs. Like SharePoint before it, Box and other tools, while being great at sharing files, being successful in collaboration doesn’t necessarily lead to success in ECM. Back in December of 2016, we wrote an […]
Save Your Sinking Legacy ECM Implementation
Is FUD keeping you locked into a bad ECM Implementation? Fear, uncertainty, and doubt can keep anyone from improving the status quo of a poor, but working, enterprise content management (ECM) system. In addition, a lack of system sponsorship can fail to crystallize the vision for the organization. The business is then stuck with a […]