With the new year comes exciting new product updates, and the release of TSG’s migration framework, OpenMigrate version 1.7, leads the way. This release of OpenMigrate includes some new features as well as enhancements to existing features, as described after the jump.
With end of year purchasing decisions being made, we thought we would weigh-in on the ups and downs of the Documentum ELA experienced by our clients.
One of our more popular posts has been our “Top Tips for Documentum” last posted in 2010. For this post, we will update the tips as well as add some best practices as clients prep for 2012 planning.
Recently Oracle has been targeting Documentum customers with an aggressive campaign entitled “Stop Maintaining Documentum and Start Innovating with Oracle WebCenter.” This post will discuss TSG’s thoughts on the campaign after viewing the Oracle Webinar.
Similar to our recent post and whitepaper on Documentum and SharePoint integration, this post will present similar options for Alfresco users. We recently posted an example of SharePoint and Alfresco integration in our Learning Zone. This post will present a recap of possible solutions to compare and contrast the alternatives.
Four of us are out at the Alfresco Developer conference in San Diego this week. Look for a write-up on DevCon later this week. This post will present a number of thoughts gleaned from multiple discussions over drinks with other Alfresco partners regarding collaboration and ECM.
TSG has recently released a detailed whitepaper on Documentum and SharePoint Search Alternatives. The complete paper is available on our website in the downloads section. This post will share the summary conclusion.
We have recently completed a project to create a single search interface to retrieve both Documentum and SharePoint content. This post will present a high-level overview of other SharePoint search interface alternatives and why we chose the integration approach.
For this post, we interview Todd Pierzina, Product Manager for the TSG OpenMigrate product in regards to his thoughts around Documentum Migrations as well as other migrations for SharePoint or Alfresco.