Posted on December 28, 2011 by billgalusha
With 2011 coming to an end, I thought I’d go back and do a quick review of the top 5 most popular blog postings from 2011.
#1 EMC Documentum Mobile Brings Enterprise Content to the Apple iPad
It is not surprising this was the #1 read blog posting in 2011. I just made the switch from a Blackberry to an iPhone two weeks ago, and I can see why people love all the apps. There is an app for just about everything, and being able to access and act on your enterprise business content is no exception. My old Blackberry was great for email, calendaring, and browsing the Web, but the apps is where businesses are going to benefit.
In August 2011, EMC released Documenutm Mobile for the Apple iPad extending the power of enterprise content management to the Apple iPad enabling users to act on information faster than ever. EMC Documentum Mobile is now available in the Apple App Store, and users of Documentum can take advantage of it today.
Filed under: General | Tagged: ApplicationXtender, Captiva 6.5, Captiva Cloud Toolkit, Capture, Cloud, Documentum, mobile | Leave a Comment »
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.
Filed under: ApplicationXtender, Capture, Cloud, document management | Tagged: ApplicationXtender, Capture, Cloud, content management, mobile devices, partners | Leave a Comment »