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A Look Back at Enterprise CMS in 2010

We are now quickly heading towards the end of the year. It’s time to look back before leaping forward. Here are the major Enterprise CMS highlights of 2010.

Hyland Focuses on Case Management in OnBase v10 Release

hyland_logo.jpg Hyland Software (news, site), which recently made it into the leader’s quadrant in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant ECM report, has just announced the release of v10.0 of OnBase. This time around, Hyland has focused firmly on developing case management capabilities through the introduction of a new client.

Autonomy Takes the FAST Track as Microsoft Winds Down Linux, UNIX Support

autonomy_logo_2009.jpg Last February Microsoft (news, site) announced that it was discontinuing mainstream and extended UNIX and Linux support for its FAST search technology. There was some speculation that in doing so it hoped that it could drag Linux and UNIX users into its Windows stable. However, Autonomy (news, site) has been quick to see and seize the opportunity this decision provided.

Autonomy Extends Acquisition Plans, Hints at Additional Opportunities

autonomy_logo_2009.jpgIt seems as if Autonomy’s (news, site) acquisition of a major US company, which has been under discussion since at least last February when it raised US$ 910.9 million on the money markets, will not be announced this month as expected.

Autonomy, SpringCM and Xerox Are Among ECM Magic Quadrant Visionaries

Last week Gartner published its Magic Quadrant for the enterprise content management market. In our analysis of the report we examined the companies that had made it into the leader’s quadrant. Outside of the leader’s quadrant, though, there are three other quadrants: visionaries, challengers and niche players. Let's have a look.

GRC Roll-up: SharePoint 2010 Gets Physical RM, SOA Offers IBM WebSphere Governance

There have been a number of interesting announcements in the GRC space this week. First, we had the release of a new governance product from SOA to manage IBM’s WebSphere, followed by a physical records management release for SharePoint 2010 and Mimecast support for BPOS. In the meantime, Autonomy was making its move into the healthcare market.

Autonomy Offers Information Governance to Healthcare

autonomy_logo_2009.jpgThere is growing product-based evidence that vendors are either designing or adapting software for specific tasks and verticals. Today’s release of Auminence by Autonomy (newssite) and the application of IDOL to the healthcare vertical is a case in point.

Autonomy Enables Mobile, Cloud Access to Consolidated Archive

autonomy_logo_2009.jpgAutonomy (news, site) has spruced-up its consolidated archive again, this time with mobile functionality, upgraded cloud connect features and additional connectors that makes the archive compatible with over 400 repositories.

GRC Roll-up: Solving the Challenges of SharePoint Recovery, Betting on GRC Pays Off

One of the challenges with SharePoint is tooling for both farm recovery and granular recovery, and one company is aiming to solve the problem.

Autonomy, in the meantime, publishes strong Q3 results with GRC at their center.

Autonomy Bounces Back, US Acquisition Still in the Works

autonomy_logo_2009.jpg Following the market trading of October 6th, there has been some concern about the fate of Autonomy (news, site) when its shares plummeted by 16%, raising speculation that it would fall prey to one of the many predators out on the market at this time.

However, with the release of its Q3 figures, which show a rise of 10% in revenues, compared to the same quarter last year, to US$ 211 million and confirmation that a major acquisition will be announced this fall, the future looks brighter than some analysts were predicting earlier this month.

GRC Roll-up: Autonomy Unveils Risk Management Platform, Open Text Adds Legal Social Media

This week from a GRC perspective was always going to be about announcements from the International Legal Technology Association’s (ILTA) conference in Las Vegas that runs until tomorrow. Nearly everyone is there including Autonomy, Open Text, IBM and Recommind. But there are others too and we’ll catch up with them next week.

Autonomy Adds Intelligent e-Discovery, Continues Market Growth

autonomy_logo_2009.jpg It’s probably no surprise that a recent IDC (news, site) report identified Autonomy as the biggest search and e-Discovery vendor in the market at the moment. No surprise, that is, because it just keeps adding to ways it provides companies with e-Discovery capabilities. The most recent is the introduction of its new Meaning Based Coding of e-Discovery.

GRC Roll-up: Autonomy Speeds e-Discovery, Compliant Social Media from LiveOffice

This week is dominated by e-Discovery with the release of new software from Autonomy that the company says will dramatically cut times and costs in legal review, while IBM and PSS Systems integrate for better legal hold. Social media and compliance is also the target of a new release from LiveOffice.

Autonomy WorkSite 8.5: When Should Your Firm Upgrade? Part 2

Moving from Autonomy (newssite) Worksite 8.x to Worksite 8.5 is no small matter. With so many changes to this 8.5 release, you may wonder why it wasn't called 9.0. 

Autonomy Closes CA Deal, Integrates IDOL with Message Manager

autonomy_logo_2009.jpg You could never accuse Autonomy (news, site) of letting the grass grow under its feet. Only a month after it announced it was buying CA’s (news, site) information governance business, it has closed the deal despite indications at the time that this would take some months. And it has already integrated its IDOL search platform into what was CA’s Message Manager.

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