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ECM Roundup

This article appears in the issue October 2010, [Vol 19, Issue 9]
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Enterprise content management (ECM) is a tricky category. Many search and Web content vendors feel they provide “ECM.” But in fact, true ECM—if it exists at all—demands a specific set of functionality,  including secure access, version control, check-in/check-out and cross-platform access to multiple information repositories … and more. Here’s a sampling of the key players in the ECM market.

Alfresco
Enterprise 3.3
Open source document, Web and records management.

Author-it
Enterprise Authoring Platform (EAP), Dynamic Assistance Platform (DAP)
Centralized and streamlined creation, management and publishing of business content.

Autonomy/Interwoven
IDOL
Infrastructure for content in any file format—text or voice-based, structured or unstructured.

AvePoint
DocAve
Microsoft SharePoint infrastructure management and protection.

Comintelli
Knowledge XChanger
Aggregate content from several sources, structure it into topic maps, analyze, search, deliver.

DocuWare
DocuWare 5

Document-based Web and records management.

Ektron
CMS400.NET

Web content development API; social tools included.

EMC
Documentum 6.5
Manage, store, secure and deliver unstructured content from a single platform.

EVER TEAM
EverSuite
Integrates heterogeneous content flows within the centralized electronic document management repository.

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