Documentum News & Analysis
| Friday Sep 13, 2013
The Bionic Man of big data analytics. Here's the trick to bigger, better, stronger, faster digital marketing.
Top honors for EMC Documentum. Flexibility, reliability and usability -- just a few of the factors named by Frost & Sullivan when awarding the legacy Enterprise CMS top honors.
Search drives informed decision making. Judging search by criteria like speed or number of results misses the point.
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| Tuesday Sep 10, 2013
Want to look like a fool? Then call EMC Documentum a legacy Enterprise Content Management system that’s too sluggish and weighed-down to keep pace with the times.
| Tuesday Aug 13, 2013
Most large, Enterprise-grade Content/Document Management offerings are pure platform-plays that deliver many of the functionalities and features that customers need, but they fall short in one area -- they’re not solutions.
| Friday Jun 21, 2013
The deal couldn’t be sweeter. Everyone wins. EMC’s Information Intelligence Group (IIG), Life Sciences Document Management consulting firm Sitrof Technologies and, perhaps most importantly, the long list of Pharmaceutical, Biotech and Medical Device firms who use, or plan to use, Documentum.
| Thursday Jun 6, 2013
God knows people love SharePoint. In fact, if you Google “love SharePoint,” you’ll get 430,00 results. Among them, you’ll see images of t-shirts, teddy bears, coffee mugs and even a few tattoos emblazoned with the phrase “I ♥ SharePoint.”
| Monday Jun 3, 2013
Information Management enthusiasts, start your engines!
EMC’s Documentum and Syncplicity will be among the technologies used to turbocharge the Lotus Formula One (F1) team in its quest to win the World championship in 2015.
| Tuesday May 14, 2013
Once upon a time ago, Enterprise Content Management Systems (ECM) solutions were groovy. They seemed to be the key that opened the door to the land of opportunity.
| Thursday May 9, 2013
It can’t be easy to call on customers who have a bone (or two) to pick with you. But EMC IIG (a.k.a. Documentum) President Rick Devenuti has spent the last five years doing exactly that … listening to their complaints, apologizing that his predecessor ignored their needs, promising to address their concerns, and asking for their patience while he built solutions that would not only meet their needs but also delight them.
| Wednesday May 8, 2013
This week in the realm of Document Management, Microsoft finally cleared up one of the big questions surrounding Office -- the subscription model and where it is going in the future. In other news, EMC is holding its annual show and hosted a lot of interesting developments with Documentum, while NetDocuments opens an app store and dtSearch upgraded.
| Tuesday May 7, 2013
Documentum migrations and integrations of yesteryear were a major pain in the ass. They took months to perform, they were often problematic, and to say they were pricey is an understatement -- not only did they take the business offline, but they often required months of high-cost consulting.
| Monday Feb 11, 2013
Someone needs to have a talk with EMC boss Joe Tucci. They need to tell him to take a break from strategizing about the integration of companies in his Pivotal Initiative portfolio, pluck Socialcast from EMC’s offspring company VMware, and move it into EMC ‘s Information Intelligence Group (Documentum).
He needs to do this NOW. There won’t be a better time.
| Monday Dec 17, 2012
For a long time Documentum was known as the 800-pound gorilla of the Enterprise Content Management world, a force to be reckoned with, but not exactly sexy or sleek.
| Friday Nov 16, 2012
Rick Devenuti stepped into a mess when he first took the helm at EMC’s Information Intelligence Group (IIG), commonly known as Documentum (2010). When I asked him if he knew what he had gotten himself into, he gave a theoretical response, “Does anybody ever know?”
| Wednesday Nov 7, 2012
"Where Information Lives" has been EMC’s tagline for years and years. It’s always conjured up images of storage devices for me. But not anymore.
| Tuesday Nov 6, 2012
Content management end users of yesteryear too often felt like children being forced to eat their liver -- they knew it was good for them (or for the Enterprise), but they would do anything they could to avoid it … even if it kept their CEO out of jail.