In reviewing implementations of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems, one typical issue raised is how to balance the need to achieve User Acceptance of the system with IT goals in regards to reduced development and support. Too often, instead of a balance, the discussion can lead to an either or with Custom Development on one […]
Introduction A well implemented SharePoint environment can be a major asset to an organization. Departments and teams can collaborate easily without filling their email quota sending files back and forth. Business processes can be automated and managers can easily measure and track records and business performance. Users can quickly find and filter relevant information. Unfortunately, […]
I just got off the phone with a life-sciences client that finished a briefing for Documentum in regards to their eRoom environment. Announced a couple of years ago, CenterStage was to be the replacement for eRoom and eventually Webtop.
Interesting article in Forbes (http://www.forbes.com/forbes/2011/0117/technology-emc-joe-tucci-hp-idc-ibm-cloud-warrior.html) – (note – wait for the article – advertisement will come up first) in regards to Joe Tucci and EMC’s pursuit of the cloud through alliances with Cisco, VMWare and Intel to compete with IBM and HP. While the article doesn’t mention Documentum, it does mention that Tucci has “kept […]
Recently we visited a client that wanted to add links to Documentum documents to SharePoint. While the first solution was mostly “out of the box”, the client had TSG build a pretty innovative solution. For this post we will discuss the problem, initial solution and long-term solution for adding links to Documentum documents in SharePoint.
Our initial post back in March comparing Documentum and SharePoint for document control continues to be one of our most popular. We are not sure if this coincides with the announcement that DCM will be fading away or just continued interest in all things SharePoint from the Documentum community. This post will be slightly different as […]
As pointed out in yesterday’s post, we are reviewing the various SharePoint connectivity solutions from Momentum 2010 in Lisbon. The best presentation was “Documentum and SharePoint Interoperability: Optimize SharePoint and Leverage Your Documentum Infrastructure” – by Andrew Chapman. MyDocumentum for SharePoint
Consistent with Rick’s priority list from the last post, for this post we thought we would review the SharePoint related presentations from Momentum 2010 – Lisbon. Probably the best presentation was Mike Mohen and Andrew Chapman’s – Customizing and Enhancing Microsoft SharePoint Interoperability and introduction of the SharePoint Documentum Framework (SDF). SharePoint Documentum Framework
One last reminder – Midwest Documentum User Group (MWDUG) is coming up this Friday, October 29th, in downtown Chicago – presentations will include American Electric Power, United Airlines, Documentum Roadmap as well as others. There are still spots open if you are interested in attending. http://www.mwdug.com As we were talking to users outside of the […]