Doculex News & Articles
| Wednesday Aug 22, 2012
There were a few notable moves in the document management space recently. Among them is a new archiving solution for SharePoint form ArcMail, Alfresco released a new version of its records management solution, DocuLex upgraded ArchiveStudio for MFPs, ABBYY upgraded FlexiCapture, while OpenText announced that it had a good year.
| Wednesday Jul 18, 2012
This week, document management was only ever going to be about the official release of details around Office 2013, which Steve Ballmer unveiled at an event on Monday. Also this week, Alfresco enters alliance with Kodak, Docile takes capture to the cloud and Kofax upgrades Kofax Express.
| Monday May 21, 2012
It’s been busy enough this week, especially with the CODiE awards where SpringCM has a lot to shout about, while DocuLex has upgraded Archive Studio, eFileCabinet has entered a new partnership and Gartner has identified what it considers the coolest content management vendors on the planet.
| Tuesday Feb 21, 2012
With the long weekend it was a quiet week. However, there were some nuggets. HP looks set to offer IDOL to ordinary consumers, the Document Foundation was incorporated in Germany, Dropbox released Automator, eDocSign upgraded its electronic signature functionality and DocuLex’ ArchiveStudio gets specialized.
| Tuesday Dec 20, 2011
With 2011 drawing to a close, we look at what we thought were some of the document management highlights of the year. There were also a couple of companies still busy like Nuxeo, which released v5.5, DocuLex, which released a dedicated solution for the real estate vertical, and CaseCentral which offered self-service e-Discovery. Advance RP also upgraded its storage.
| Tuesday Nov 15, 2011
OpenText announced it has set up a separate business unit for its BPM acquisitions, and the release of a document-sharing product. Mindjet has released a SharePoint connector, Quadrant has announced a partnership and Kofax Capture picks up a document management award. Meanwhile, DocuLex gets health certification for document management.
| Thursday Mar 24, 2011
This week, with everyone at the Info360/AIIM conference in Washington, it has been quiet release-wise. However, research from this week shows that SMBs are dependent on mobile apps, APAC will lead the SMB charge to cloud computing, Doculex has connected with MS Dynamics GP, while Infusion has upgraded its marketing automation platform.
| Friday Feb 25, 2011
This week has seen a considerable amount of cloud action among vendors including Modulo, which has taken its risk manager into the cloud; Iron Mountain, which offers medical records access in the cloud; and Compliance 360 has added flexible reporting to its platform. Autonomy, meanwhile, offers e-Discovery across social media.
| Friday Feb 18, 2011
With email one of the principal culprits in the proliferation of unstructured content, document management vendor DocuLex (news, site) has spent considerable money and effort chasing after that content. This week, it has announced that the WebSearch component of its ArchiveStudio document management suite can now pull email out of Exchange 2010.
| Tuesday Jan 25, 2011
This week, the Document Foundation releases the first full version of LibreOffice -- and puts it up to Oracle's Open Office, Blackberry users will soon be able to access their SharePoint documents, Doculex enhances document collaboration and Ricoh changes direction.
| Tuesday Aug 10, 2010
It may be summer and the middle of what newspapers call the silly season, but there is still a constant trickle of new document management releases. Amongst this week’s highlights are more details on the Mac Office release in October, while Doculex announces the availability of new document management services. Laserfiche and SharePoint also got officially DoD certified.
| Tuesday Jul 27, 2010
Google is the source of quite a lot of news this week particularly around rumours that it is packing a new punch, and the new competition between it and Microsoft for federal email. Meanwhile, ACS has put in a good show for Xerox in the recently released Q2 figures.
| Thursday Oct 29, 2009
Anyone that has been following developments at Doculex (news, site) over the last year will not be surprised by its recent addition of customized workflow capabilities to its flagship content and document management software, Archive Studio.
Specifically, they will not be surprised by the addition of these capabilities to WebSearch, the company’s document management and email archiving component of Archive Studio.
| Friday Oct 9, 2009
In the current climate anything for free can only be a good thing. So news that Doculex (news, site) has announced the availability of a free connector that allows users to integrate their business applications with the company’s Archive Studio WebSearch document management software is especially good.
| Thursday Aug 13, 2009
With competition intense in the document management industry, maybe DocuLex’s (news, site) announcement that it has just released an upgrade to its Office Capture solution is a taste of one of the things to come in the future.
Not that the launch of version 4 of this product is breaking known boundaries in document capture technology, or anything like that, it is more its size and where its going to fit into a given enterprise that may be the real point of interest.