Access and Feeds

Monthly Archives: April 2006

The Benefits on a Portal/Portlet Application

By Dick Weisinger

The strength of Formtek content repositories centers around our management of business and engineering documents.  Metadata, business rules, security, document relationships, workflow and collaboration.  All of these are important components in any of Formtek’s business applications.  An interesting and smart technique for creating unique

Does it Really Stack Up?

By Dick Weisinger

Last week Red Hat announced plans to acquire open-source software maker JBoss for $350 million in cash and stock.  This is yet another data point showing the intense industry-wide effort now underway by software vendors to be able to claim single-vendor end-to-end software solutions for the enterprise,

Distributed Capture

By Dick Weisinger

The AIIM ECM Solutions Seminar was held this past week (April 11, 2006) in San Francisco.  There was an overflow crowd of 130+ people.  Following a full day of presentations and demonstrations there was also a brief AIIM chapter meeting of the Golden Gate

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By Dick Weisinger

Enterprise Information Portals are deployed across organizations as tools for centralizing corporate information.  A portal is an application framework that functions as a hub for accessing both structured and unstructured data, holding together content and information drawn from very many sources both inside and outside the enterprise.  Each