Fujitsu News & Articles
| Thursday Feb 7, 2013
This ain't Larry Ellison's locked down world. Unlike some other industry vendors, SAP isn't aiming to be the alpha and omega of Corporate IT. Instead the Enterprise application turned database platform provider chooses to focus on what it does best and builds deep partnerships with others in the stack.
| Tuesday Oct 25, 2011
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.
| Tuesday Jul 26, 2011
It may be the summer, but there’s still life in the document management space. Fujitsu has announced it is taking its SaaS document services to Japan, CNG offers financial people an easier way to keep their documents compliant, Google Docs increases storage space, Box.net offers LincDoc and Wolfram has produced a new doc format.
| Monday Jul 18, 2011
Microsoft (news, site) has had a successful run with its Windows Mobile platform, particularly in the corporate setting, but then the iPhone and Android rose in popularity and Microsoft found the need to refresh its mobile strategy. Microsoft is banking on the new Windows Phone 7 platform to revitalize its hold on the mobile market, and the much-anticipated second-generation -- codenamed "Mango" -- is about to get its first handset, care of Fujitsu (news, site).
| Thursday Jun 9, 2011
Fujitsu (news, site) and Microsoft have announced the first production release of the Windows Azure Platform appliance. Fujitsu's Global Cloud Platform (FGCP/A5) Service, running at Fujitsu's Japan datacenter, is currently in test deployment and is expected to launch by August 2011.
| Tuesday Sep 28, 2010
In the world of document management this week, we look at the issues of compliance when it comes to managing documents using social media and enterprise collaboration tools.
In other DM news:
- Document capture in the cloud
- Bringing document management to healthcare
- Paperless doc management in AP, AR and HR
| Thursday Sep 23, 2010
Based on response to a recent article I wrote on document capture (see: 5 Key Considerations for Document Capture), it seems clear that many enterprises are only considering capture as an afterthought to the main ECM show. This week, however, KnowledgeTree (news, site) has extended its cloud capture options by teaming up with Fujitsu (news, site) for bulk scanning.
| Wednesday Apr 7, 2010
If enterprise content management systems improve efficiency in the enterprise, imagine what it could do for public facing public sector services. That’s exactly what Hyland Software (news, site) is going to find out when it extends its OnBase ECM to the public via PFU public kiosks.
| Wednesday Apr 7, 2010
Only a week after it announced the general availability of its business collaboration application StreamWork, SAP (news, site) has said that it is taking its on-demand business intelligence application to Japan using Fujitsu’s cloud environment.
| Wednesday Feb 17, 2010
MindTouch (news, site) is getting attention from a major player in the document scanning market. Fujitsu has taken it upon themselves to provide the ability for organizations to scan documents into MindTouch directly.
| Wednesday Feb 3, 2010
DigiTech (news, site) and Fujitsu got together to bring, as they say, the simplest possible solution for those small to medium companies trying to wrangle paper documents.