As more business processes are being automated for storing and working with documents in ECM repositories, many companies are encountering a need to redact sensitive information in these documents. Solutions exist for doing the redaction such as Brava and Redact-it, but these solutions are expensive and difficult to support. TSG is proud to introduce OpenRedact, an open source web-based redaction tool for redacting sensitive information on documents stored in Documentum or Alfresco. Continue reading
TSG is proud to release OpenAnnotate 2.0, our latest iteration of open source annotations. We’ve successfully deployed OpenAnnotate with a number of our Documentum clients to enable simple annotation capabilities on PDF documents, both via TSG’s HPI and Webtop. We’ve now implemented annotation capability within Alfresco Share to allow markup of rendered PDF documents within an Alfresco repository.
Users can access PDF documents and perform the following annotations:
- Sticky Notes
Users can view annotations created by other users, and are displayed in different colors. We’ve added a simple action within Alfresco Share to expose annotation capabilities. OpenAnnotate can produce read only PDFs with the related annotations, to be viewed by any PDF viewer.
How does it work?
- Visit our website for additional information on OpenAnnotate.
- Visit our LearningZone to see OpenAnnotate in action.
Please contact us to get OpenAnnotate integrated into your Alfresco repository!
With the newest release of Alfresco Community Edition 3.3g, Alfresco has released an initial integration between Google Docs and Alfresco. This recent integration is another great example of the openness of the Alfresco platform. There are two ways to interact with Google Docs: