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Search Technologies Adds New Data Connectors for Atlassian Confluence, Lotus Notes

Enterprise search services provider Search Technologies is releasing two new data connectors for Lotus Notes and Atlassian Confluence. Data connectors extract content from enterprise repositories for indexing into the search engine.

Salesforce Acquires Content Integration Specialist EntropySoft

In what has to be one of the deals of the week it has just been announced that Salesforce has bought out the French content connector software company EntropySoft. The interesting thing about it is that it appears to have happened about a month ago, there was no announcement made, and EntropySoft’s website doesn't really exist anymore.

EntropySoft Adds Connector to IBM Enterprise CMS

Even before it opened its office in San Francisco in March, EntropySoft had been expanding at a tremendous rate. Since then it has released a number of new connectors and added functionality to Content Hub. This week, it has announced a partnership with IBM that will see Big Blue offering Content Hub Enterprise Edition with its enterprise content management offerings.

Integro to Sell EntropySoft Connectors, Hub as Part of Email Management Offering

EntropySoft has been pushing its Content Hub and Content Connector technology so much so that, at this point, it has most of the major content repositories covered. Today, though, it adds another one with a partnership with Integro that will see Integro selling both technologies as part of its Email Manager offering.

TEAM, Integro, EntropySoft Build Email Management for Oracle WebCenter #C12LV

TEAM, Integro, EntropySoft Build Email Management for Oracle WebCenter Here’s another announcement form Collaborate 2012 that, while not earth-shattering, is still interesting -- and useful. Oracle and TEAM, a systems integration vendor and specialist in Oracle WebCenter, have announced that it has released an email manager for Oracle. With it, Oracle users will be able to manage their email through Oracle’s WebCenter Content Records.

EntropySoft Exchange, SharePoint Connectors Compatible With Office 365

EntropySoft has taken a step further to easing the deployment of hybrid IT environments for enterprises. This time, it has announced that it has made its SharePoint connector and Exchange connector compatible with Microsoft’s Office 365 cloud suite.

GRC Roll-up: E-Discovery Key in 2012, EntropySoft Releases ZyLab Connector

It’s been a slow start to the year in GRC, but it looks like one where e-Discovery is going to play a major role, at least according to Nuix. Axceler and MetricStream have both entered partnerships with Jornata and Qualys, while EntropySoft has released a new connector with ZyLab for better e-Discovery.

ZyLab, EntropySoft Offer Enterprise CMS Connectors for e-Discovery

One of the biggest issues around e-Discovery, apart from the fact that many companies don’t bother about it until they’re hit with an e-Discovery demand, is access to information in the many different silos across the enterprise. The new OEM agreement between EntropySoft and ZyLab aims to solve that problem.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Fujitsu's iPad Scanner, EntropySoft Upgrades Content Hub

Busy week again in the document management space. This time Fujitsu takes the limelight with its new scanning to iPhone and iPad functionality not to mention Chatter and Google Docs, Nuxeo previewed v5.5, while EntropySoft upgraded Content Hub. Perceptive and AssureSign have also signed a partnership agreement.

EntropySoft Connects SharePoint Web Parts, Search to Tons of Enterprise CMS

They talked about it at the SharePoint Conference in Anaheim earlier this month, but now it's actually available: EntropySoft Content Hub 5.2 -- and it comes with some nice SharePoint integration.

Day 4, #spc11: Blackberry Gets SharePoint Client, EntropySoft Upgrades ContentHub

It’s the final day of the SharePoint conference in Anaheim, and there are just a few loose ends to tie up before leaving. While there has been a lot to think about over the past four days, there were a few releases that slipped under the radar from EntropySoft, RIM and CommVault, as well as early results of some interesting research from Forrester.

EntropySoft Connects Twitter, Enterprise Content Management Repositories

EntropySoft Connects Twitter, Enterprise Content Management Repositories Leaving aside issues around the question as to whether you should be archiving information contained on Twitter -- considering the amount of nonsense that can be found in the twitter-verse -- EntropySoft (news, site) has added a connector to its Content Hub that will enable enterprises to archive that content.

Box Offers a Cloud Connection to your Enterprise CMS #info360

box.net_logo_11.jpgBox.net (news, site) has come a long way in the last couple of years, from a small little known cloud-based document storage and collaboration provider to a potential contender in the content management arena. And like every other contender, it's not enough to simply offer your wares, you have to play nice with the others.

EntropySoft Upgrades Content Hub, Gets US$ 3.5 Million Funding for US Expansion

EntropySoft_logo_2010.jpg For enterprises struggling to keep different enterprise content management systems and their respective repositories up to date, the release of Entropysoft Content Hub version 5 aims to make the process of synchronizing them easier.

Document Mgt Roll-up: New Doc Search for iPad, Are Your Excel Docs Safe?

This week, EntropySoft enables easier document transfer in its upgraded Content Hub, GimmalSoft offers records management for SharePoint and looks for DoD certification, Flash may be causing problems for users of early Office suites through Excel, while Snowbound and Square9 give mobile documents new functionality.

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