Looks like vacations in document-management land are coming to an end. This week alone, Box enhanced its mobile document management offerings, Metalogix offers content migration from SharePoint to Documentum, PSIGEN offers Office 365 scanning, Cabinet NG upgrades CNG-WEB, and Fijitsu offers scanning for Laserfiche.
Box Enhances Mobile DM
This week, Box (news, site) heads into September with the the release of a new native application for Android and Blackberry Playbook tablets, and a web-based HTML5 version of their apps for any HTML5-compliant mobile browser.
With this release, the company has embraced mobile as its key component of its success. Box.net has existing native applications for Android smartphones, iPhone, iPad and Blackberry, but the mobile website was lackluster -- no more.
Today the company announced a redesigned mobile site to use the not-yet-approved HTML5 standard. Interested in more?
Migrating Documents from Documentum to SP
Ideal for large- or small-scale migration of EMC Documentum content (including cabinets, folders, calendars and documents), Migration Manager for SharePoint -- Documentum Edition features a fast, simple and lightweight client installation and a secure, remote connection with Documentum using Documentum Foundation Services (DFS) API.
As with the suite of Migration Manager for SharePoint products, migration operations are simple to define, batchable and logged. Check it out here.
PSIGEN Releases Microsoft Office 365 Scanning
The new release leverages PSI: Capture’s existing SharePoint integration, and allows scanning to Microsoft’s cloud collaboration platform.
With it, PSIGEN is offering a capture solution that allows dynamic routing to Office 365 sites, libraries and folders, as well as setting content type and file naming based on document characteristics.
With it, users can scan to the cloud with dedicated scanners, network scanners, copiers and fax machines. It also provides image import from network folders, SharePoint WebDAV folders and OpenText RightFax fax servers.
But there’s too much with this to go into here. If you’re interested in more information, check out the video below.
Cabinet NG Upgrades CNG-WEB
Cabinet NG (news, site) has also been busy and this week announced a new version of CNG-WEB, its browser-based document management interface. CNG-WEB now adds the ability to support folder workflow, folder notes and folder alerts over the Internet, an industry first.
CNG-WEB’s flexibility extends browser-based document management across the cloud by connecting with documents stored at the customer’s premises or hosted in a SaaS environment.
It enables users to review and approve workflows associated with individual documents or folders. A new folder alert mechanism helps users become aware of special items by drawing their attention to notes that are flagged in the system.
Users wishing to perform daily tasks such as accessing documents, approving workflows, uploading documents can benefit from using CNG-WEB, whereas power users, performing more intensive tasks such as batch document processing, advanced capture are more efficient at performing these tasks using the CNG-SAFE desktop software.
Fujitsu Offers Scanning for Laserfiche
Another offering for enterprise scanning this week comes from Fujitsu (news, site) and Bolt Document Management, with the release of a connector application developed for Laserfiche content management systems.
The Fujitsu ScanSnap N1800 Network Scanner and Fujitsu ScanSnap Network fi-6010N iScanner simplify document collaboration for multiple types of organizations, including SMBs, groups within an enterprise and across the front office to the back office.
It offers features such as Scan to E-mail, Scan to Folder, Scan to Network Fax, Scan to FTP and Scan to Network Printer, in addition to the optional Bolt Direct connector application for Laserfiche. Oh, and lots more too.