TSG has started developing using the Google Web Toolkit. We are currently developing our Annotation Thin-Client using the GWT and Flex.
With the upgrade to D6.5, many of our clients are reconsidering their annotation choices. This blog post will address some of the annotation product choices based on our experience, as well as our internal development efforts on our Free Viewer Tool that is based on a thin client with Adobe Flex and support for viewing […]
For many Documentum customers, deciding how to upgrade a Documentum system often boils down to whether or not to upgrade in-place with a clone or just leave the environment alone and upgrade it in-place on the existing hardware. This year, I worked with a client on a project to explore the differences between upgrading several […]
Documentum High Volume Server (HVS) is a new product designed to cut database space usage in Documentum 6.5 by a third or even up to one half depending on the type of content. Given the significantly reduced database size, overall performance should increase. This year TSG evaluated HVS for a client as part of a […]
In talking with a new client last week, the client asked “Why do you do Open Source software for Documentum, a commercial software package?” As the only long-term Documentum partner to offer all of our software as Open Source, we get that question often. I thought I would use this entry to explain our strategy […]
Technology Services Group (TSG) recently had the privilege of test driving and customizing Documentum’s new collaboration solution, CenterStage Pro.
An important part of an ECM platform is the ability to collaborate on your content, in creation, review, or approval. In many businesses this means annotations on documents that you are reviewing. TSG has built a proof of concept application that allows users to add notes to a document using flex interface. That means no […]