Posted on November 6, 2012 by billgalusha
At the Momentum User Conference in Vienna, EMC announced Captiva 7.0, a best-in-class solution for transforming paper documents, faxes and other content into digital data used by enterprise applications and processes. Captiva 7.0 is one of several new products that the EMC Information Intelligence Group announced. Here are the links to both press releases:
EMC Delivers Massive Set of Products and Solutions to Transform IT and Business Operations
EMC Transforms Enterprise Capture with Captiva 7.0
The Captiva 7.0 release provides powerful new capabilities designed for:
- Rapid configuration, customization and integration – all capture flow development and configuration is centralized within the new Captiva Designer; project developers can easily customize processes with point-and-click setup and deploy into production in seconds, rather than the hours or days required by competitive products.
- Superior accuracy – Production Auto Learning upgrades include using both image and new innovative text-based classification, that delivers 20 percent higher accuracy than rules and templates created manually by an expert.
- Enhanced operator productivity – Captiva Desktop provides the operator with one client that can be adapted to the use and operator task, rather than operators having to utilize multiple clients to complete the work.
As you will see from the many enhancements we have made, the release simplifies the development and deployment of enterprise capture projects, and delivers superior accuracy and operator performance.
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Posted on December 12, 2011 by billgalusha
I was in Long Beach last week at an EMC luncheon where I presented on how organizations can get more out of SharePoint. A good percentage of the people who attended stated that they are using SharePoint today in some way, which should not come as a surprise.
Consider these interesting data points:
- 71% of organizations are committed or will consider SharePoint for their business (source: IDC 2009)
- 67% of those responding to an AIIM survey stated they needed to either customize or buy third-party products to allow SharePoint to meet their needs (source: AIIM Market Intelligence Report on SharePoint 2010)
The SharePoint customer journey can be looked at in three phases – initial deployment, broad adoption, and business solutions. While standing up a SharePoint site (or a collection of sites) and allowing people to add content and collaborate sounds like a good plan, you need to have a well-defined plan that covers the users, processes, and the technologies needed to ensure success.
At the EMC luncheon I talked about four key ways you can get more from your SharePoint investment while setting yourself up for success. I’ve summarized those four key topics below.
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Posted on December 2, 2011 by billgalusha
Is your business using SharePoint today? There is a strong possibility your organization is already using SharePoint or is planning to in the near future.
IT beware: SharePoint 2010 is a good way for collaborating and gets high marks for being easy to deploy. But IT and the business users need to be aware that there are some inherent limitations in SharePoint 2010 that need to be considered when looking at how you get your information into SharePoint, how your users are best served when accessing and using it, and finally how to assert governance around the information being stored in SharePoint.
I’ll be presenting at an upcoming lunch event in Long Beach, CA on December 6th (details below) on the SharePoint topic, and you learn about four key ways to:
- Speed the delivery of paper-based information and records into SharePoint
- Provide direct access to the EMC Documentum repository from within the familiar SharePoint interface
- Automate business processes which rely on the content and collaboration managed by SharePoint
- Enable secure access to active and inactive SharePoint content – while supporting regulatory and corporate requirements
Register for event >>
101 Pine Avenue
Long Beach, California 90802
Date and Time
Tuesday December 6, 2011
11:30am – 1:30pm
We look forward to seeing you at the event.
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Posted on November 1, 2011 by billgalusha
EMC announced today, that EMC OnDemand is now available for EMC Captiva, EMC Documentum, and EMC Document Sciences. The new EMC OnDemand offering is a hybrid cloud deployment model for enterprise-class applications, designed to help customers accelerate journey to the cloud.
The new deployment model will enable customers to stay current on the latest software releases, simplify management of highly complex applications, and lower IT maintenance spend. You can visit the EMC OnDemand page on EMC.com for more information.
What is EMC OnDemand?
EMC OnDemand brings enterprise-class applications to the cloud, leveraging best-in-class technologies from VMware, RSA and EMC, and the infrastructure can contain one or many EMC products and partner products.
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Posted on September 6, 2011 by billgalusha
How are you managing your paper records today?
If you are located in the Austin, Texas area, EMC will be hosting a free lunch session on how the process of managing paper records has evolved in government agencies, what new technologies governments can employ to modernize their paper based processes, and how these improvements can impact your agency’s bottom line.
Below is the event date, time, and location. To register for the event click here and you will be taken to the registration page.
107 W. 6th Street
Austin, TX 78701
Date and Time
Tuesday September 20, 2011
11:00am – 1:00pm
We look forward to seeing you at the event.
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Posted on July 27, 2011 by billgalusha
- Community bank selects EMC Captiva intelligent enterprise capture for their mortgage processing application
- Captiva enterprise capture platform will be deployed centrally and distributed, along with advanced document capture capabilities.
- Kofax system did not meet growing business requirements for expanding capture into other banking areas (e.g. branch office capture).
- Captiva will provide the solution for capturing documents and data to be delivered into backend IBM-FileNet content management system.
There’s an old saying “in with the new, and out with the old”. In this particular win, EMC is effectively replacing an older Kofax system that had been in place for several years.
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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 March 22, 2011 by billgalusha
EMC just announced a new release of its EMC Captiva intelligent enterprise capture solution. The release offers significant breakthroughs in performance and intelligence that continues to prove its superiority when it comes to scalability, and the ability to learn document attributes while in production, allows organizations to realize the benefits of document capture faster than ever before. You can read the entire press release here.
In this release you will find several key enhancements, but probably most interesting is Captiva’s new Production Auto Learning capability that enables organizations to learn documents while in production which simplifies the initial configuration and setup of a document project, and make life easier for a project administrator when it comes to maintaining the project.
Filed under: Capture | Tagged: Captiva, Captiva 6.5, Capture, data extraction, document classification, Production Auto Learning | Leave a Comment »
Posted on January 17, 2011 by billgalusha
As I discussed in my last post “Accessing a Legacy – JFK Library Digital Archives“, a new digital archive has been built for the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum. It is built on EMC technology – EMC Documentum for managing the digital content, EMC Captiva for capturing content, and EMC Centera for storage. The full solution was a partnership between EMC, Iron Mountain, AT&T, and Raytheon.
The video below provides a great description of the archive and how the archive makes accessible on the web the most important papers, records, artifacts, photographs and recordings of President John F. Kennedy’s thousand days in office. The JFK presidential library’s digital archive are available across the globe at www.jfklibrary.org.
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Posted on January 14, 2011 by billgalusha
Here’s a nice story being reported by CNN: JFK Library goes digital. The new digital library is built on EMC technology – EMC Documentum for managing the digital content, EMC Captiva for capturing historical documents, speeches, and photographs, and EMC Centera for storage. The solution allows the library staff to digitally process materials more quickly while still providing rich metadata at a granular level.
This digital library is open to anyone and you can read more about the digital archives by going here.
I actually tried out searching the archives (to see how it works click here) by doing a simple search for “acceptance speech” which came up with search results from the speech JFK did at the Democratic Convention.
Search results from JFK digital library using the words "acceptance speech"
JFK Convention acceptance speech "The New Frontier", 15 July 1960
It is nice to see how technology can bring history to us with a simple click of the mouse (or touch of the screen if you are using your iPad, iPhone, or another device).
Filed under: Capture, Documentum, enterprise content management | Tagged: Captiva, Capture, Centera, Documentum, ECM | Leave a Comment »