In this installment of TSG Labs, we wanted to demonstrate one of our new tools around mobile capture. One of our clients utilized the application as part of an internal hackathon, and it was very well received. Some key points about the application:
With the upcoming purchase of EMC by Dell taking the lead of EMC related headlines, most of us missed the EMC earnings announcement that included the ECD division and Documentum. As we presented in 2014 (EMC Announces 2014 Earnings, Layoffs and thoughts of a spin-off) and 2013 and 2012, here are our thoughts on the earnings for 2015.
Similar to Documentum’s PDF Annotation Services End of Service/Support, CSC’s AnnoDoc team has announced that their Annotation tool for Documentum will be moving to unsupported as of July 2016. As a strategic partner with CSC, TSG is currently working with a multiple AnnoDoc clients to deploy TSG’s OpenAnnotate as a more robust, supported and lower cost replacement. This post will present how to migrate from an AnnoDoc environment to OpenAnnotate.
Based on multiple recent client efforts, TSG is formalizing our solution for Accounts Payable. This post will present how Ephesoft Smart Capture, a open source document capture solution, can be combined with OpenMigrate and HPI to deliver a more robust invoice and check processing solution for Alfresco, Documentum or Hadoop
One of our clients is replacing IBM/FileNet with Alfresco. As this will be a new Alfresco installation, the client is considering building out an Alfresco infrastructure within one of their data centers or within the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud. This post will share our analysis of the pros and cons of both approaches.
Recently TSG worked with an R&D client to migrate content from two legacy OpenText repositories into a new Alfresco environment using OpenMigrate. This post will discuss the process used to perform the OpenText to Alfresco migration, as well as some of the technical challenges that were encountered along the way.
Whether it is a trend, just coincidence, or the fading of IBM’s influence in content management, recently we have had multiple clients request migration of FileNet images and documents to Alfresco as part of a long term plan to remove the FileNet/IBM solutions from their infrastructure. This post will share our experience and thoughts around migration with OpenMigrate.
Alfresco 5.1 was released yesterday. As a premier partner, TSG received an early release to prepare our clients as well as certify our solutions. This post will share our quick thoughts on the new platform, changes in the new version, and our thoughts on how we are planning to take advantage of some of the new capabilities in our products.
Last week, TSG conducted a product briefing for some select clients. One of our large Alfresco claim processing clients, currently leveraging the TSG Policy and Claim solution for Alfresco, Documentum or Hadoop, was an active participant and brainstormed on their current and future needs. This post will highlight those conversations and vision as well as discuss how the TSG solution is evolving to provide a more complete, and well documented, Alfresco claims processing solution.
TSG has had two recent clients deploy Alfresco 5. After stabilizing the environments to handle the proper production load, we gathered a list of tips and tricks that have helped improve performance for Alfresco 5 around transformation and Microsoft SQL Server. For clients familar with Alfresco 4, we have found making some small changes within client configurations in Alfresco 5 can result in a substantially improved performance. The remainder of this post will serve as a suggested checklist for consideration when deploying Alfresco 5.