In the months since the COVID outbreak, many businesses have been adapting their processes to the realities of remote document review often with all reviewers working from home. Processes like document review can require involved discussion, which can be more efficient with face-to-face interaction and discussions. This post will explore how the Alfresco Enterprise Viewer […]
One of the major advantages of the Alfresco Enterprise Viewer is the ability to provide for collaborative annotation when internet access is available as well as supporting offline annotations for times when internet access is not available. For this post, we will dive deeper into how the Alfresco Enterprise Viewer allows users that are offline […]
As organizations move to the cloud, many have a desire to leverage cloud storage, like Amazon S3. Cloud object stores are ideal given their scalability, security and fast performance for finding and retrieving content. As a simple store, S3 does not provide streamlined abilities to view and interact with that content. This post will look […]
With TSG now part of the Alfresco family, we want to give new and existing Alfresco customers an idea of how to do more with your existing Alfresco deployment. In our previous post, we presented an overview of OCMS and OpenAnnotate. This post cover a deep-dive video into OpenAnnotate, along with links for further reading […]
Redactions in Alfresco 6 – Integrating OpenRedact with Alfresco Application Development Framework (ADF)
Building upon our OpenAnnotate-ADF integration post from last week, TSG has added OpenRedact as an additional viewer option to Alfresco’s Application Development Framework. OpenRedact is a companion product to OpenAnnotate and is a browser based tool that offers manual and suggestion based redaction. This post will describe the additional features that OpenRedact brings to Alfresco […]
“The system is slow” can be an irritating and often unfounded user complaint about Alfresco or Documentum. To address user concerns, Alfresco or Documentum support resources have to often become detectives and ask questions like “what were you doing, which documents, what time, from what machine….” to try and diagnose the background of the complaint. […]
TSG has just completed another enhancement to OpenAnnotate to allow for users to electronically sign documents using their finger or mouse to put their “wet signature” on a document as a digital annotation. This post will outline TSG’s methodology for performing electronic signatures in a variety of different ways.
TSG has just finished our latest addition to OpenAnnotate to support annotations of various file formats including mp4 (video) and wav/mp3/aac (audio). This post will present our approach as well as a short video demonstration.
TSG is excited to announce the general availability of TSG’s Alfresco Share connector for OpenAnnotate to allow replacement of the default Share viewer. Using OpenAnnotate as the Share viewer allows for users to always see any annotations on a document as well as immediately make new annotations. This post will outline the advantages of using […]