Enterprise Content Management

Adobe has moved from content creation to content management with the US$240 million acquisition of Swiss company Day Software Holding.

BlueCielo it has released the latest version of its Engineering Content Management (ECM) solutions, adding the ability to access via Microsoft SharePoint. 

Fastman Consulting and Solutions has been appointed as a new local partner for Cadac Organice, the SharePoint based engineering document management solution. 

Canto Software has announced the availability of an update to the Cumulus product line that includes new feature additions to Cumulus Sites, the company’s browser-based Web publishing and file sharing tool, released in March.

FileBound Australia has announced the appointment of Luke Bartlett, formerly Director of Client Services at the SEMA Group, to its Board of Directors.

Primary Industries and Resources South Australia (PIRSA) is upgrading to a new version of the Objective EDRMS, which will enable up to 1600 users across the state to access new Windows Explorer and MS Outlook client interfaces.

Two Canberra public hospitals are taking a fast track to the digital future with the announcement of a new information management system for Intensive Care Units (ICUs) at Canberra Hospital and Calvary Public Hospital. 

A recent survey by AIIM (Association for Information and Image Management) has found that less than 50% of SharePoint implementations were subject to a formal business case, and only half of those required a financial justification. 

Web CMS company FatWire is teaming up with EMC Documentum for a new digital asset management (DAM) solution. 

Fordela Corporation, a San Francisco-based digital asset management software and rich-media services company, has announced the release of its cloud-based Video Management Solution (VMS) 3.0.