Tags: documentum blog, scott roth
Scott Roth is a welcome entrant to the blogosphere – however I can’t find a way to add comments so I’ll put in a blog post instead:
His Documentum books page is missing the most up-to-date book yet published on documentum Pawan Kumar’s Documentum Content Management Foundations Study Guide. The current edition covers Documentum 5.3 but Packt are about to release a 2nd edition that brings us right up to D6.5.
Tags: momentum emcworld strategy
I won’t be at EMC World/Momentum this week however I noted a number of trends at the last Momentum in November. Hopefully bloggers and tweeters at EMC World can comment on whether these observations still hold.
First I detected a refreshing emphasis on ‘execution’, things like not releasing too early, not being driven by macho release dates and so on. This is also evident in the desire to provide plenty of resources to support xCP such as best practices, reference applications and documentation /videos.
Secondly there was the sense that xCP really was CMAs focal point , eclipsing Centerstage in terms of importance. How important is xCP seen by EMC?
Finally a development since November are the tie-ups with Fatwire (WCM) and FirstDoc (compliance). What do these mean for EMCs CMA strategy and are they a sign of strength or weakness? More specifically what do they mean for existing WCM and compliance customers?