Archive for the ‘Document Management’ Category

What each Product Name Means?

Saturday, April 21st, 2007

Just wondering how much a name of a product make sense? This strike me when I was reading about Search Engine Optimization and came across how domain name plays a vital role in optimization (will cover SEO in my next posts). Lets have a look at few products from each space and try to understand what they really mean.

Lets start with Portals space:

ATG:
Art Technology Group – A group who created art for Internet world by providing common face to all the applications within the organization/

BroadVision:
Broad-vision = enterprise wide vision? Nicely framed but their vision is really going hey-ward :(

Vignette:
A decorative design or small illustration used on the title page of a book or at the beginning or end of a chapter. A decorative design for your information capturing from beginning to end, from all systems across the organization.

JBoss Portal:
Java Boss?

Liferay Portal:
Life – ray : a ray of life for all the vendors who can not afford commercial portal products.

Plone:
Anyone out there help me. I have no clue about it :(

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JSR 170 compliant Connectors for EMC Documentum

Wednesday, October 5th, 2005

Day Software, a provider of global content management and content infrastructure software announced a series of standardized connectors for leading legacy repositories with Documentum be the first to implement the connector. Connectors will enable enterprises to access and manage all content through a standardized API, allowing implementation of content access, search, versioning, synchronization and consolidation, leveraging future-proof standardization. Other connectors that are in development include interfaces for FileNet, OpenText LiveLink, Microsoft SharePoint, IBM Domino.doc, Software AG Tamino, and Interwoven, among others.

Day Launches JSR-170 CMS Repository Connectors