Posted on May 16, 2011 by billgalusha
If you missed Momentum at EMC World 2011, then here a few Moments at Momentum. These are short videos that EMC employees shot while at EMC World.
This first video is Ken Grohe talking with award-winning EMC partner BIS about their new and innovative mobile applications and enterprise document and capture solutions.
Filed under: EMC World 2011 | Tagged: ApplicationXtender, Capture, document management, Documentum, eDiscovery, EMC World 2011, SourceOne | Leave a Comment »
Posted on May 13, 2011 by billgalusha
EMC World 2011 may have come to an end yesterday, but there was so much news going on that I did not have time write about all of it before the show ended. One of the cool announcements came from an EMC partner, Business Imaging Systems (BIS), who announced three new mobile apps that connect into EMC ApplicationXtender. BIS is calling it MAX and it is described as “content management unplugged”. The new offerings will connect users from Apple iPhone and Android devices, tablets, and network KIOSK devices, with the content management environment of ApplicationXtender. You can read more about MAX here.
At EMC World, I had the opportunity to get a quick demo of the various products they are launching.
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Posted on May 11, 2011 by billgalusha
Last week, Pitney Bowes announced that they will be using the EMC Captiva intelligent enterprise capture products as its document and data capture technology for both hosted and on-premise offerings. You can read the entire press release here.
What this partnership further reinforces is the ongoing demand for companies wanting to digitize their paper. Paper is still a necessary evil for many businesses, and it is something companies are still trying to get control of.
This partnership also now gives companies different options of getting there – deploy capture internally, take advantage of the EMC OnDemand offering (see the EMC announcement), or look to partners like Pitney Bowes Management Services to provide it as a service. Different options backed up with great underlying technology.
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Posted on May 10, 2011 by billgalusha
This week has been full of announcements from at EMC World, with several of them being very exciting. First, EMC has announced a new EMC OnDemand offerings that bring together best-of-breed technologies from EMC, VMware and RSA® and will be made available for either on-premise, private cloud deployment or off-premise, public cloud deployment through Service Providers. The initial products to leverage this technology will be EMC Captiva, Documentum, CenterStage and Document Sciences. The plan is to have this offering available in the 2H of 2011.
Filed under: Cloud, EMC World 2011 | Tagged: Box, Captiva, CenterStage, Cloud, Document Sciences, Documentum, EMC OnDemand | Leave a Comment »
Posted on May 5, 2011 by billgalusha
EMC World 2011 kicks next week (May 9th – 12th) and EMC expects over 10,000 attendees. There will be more than 500 breakout sessions, more than 100 hands-on labs and exhibits from 100 of the leading IT vendors.
EMC World is also host to Momentum, the industry’s largest gathering of enterprise content management experts. Momentum at EMC World will offer more than 100 breakout sessions along with 30+ customer sessions. (more…)
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Posted on May 3, 2011 by billgalusha
I’m making my fifth trip back to EMC World (May 9th – 12th) this year, and I’ve been given an opportunity to speak on one of my favorite document capture topics, which is about bringing capture to the front office. Why do I enjoy this topic? Well I like it because it gives me the chance to talk about the value of moving capture beyond simply using it in a centralized mailroom, and highlight the significant benefits that can be achieved. Companies are doing this today, and when I see how it has transformed their operations it makes complete sense.
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