New features enable easier, effective and more secure teamwork across projects
WAKEFIELD, MA – February 6, 2017 – SDL (LSE:SDL) today announced the latest release of SDL Trados GroupShare 2017, giving project managers a wealth of new features to enhance the way they work and manage localization projects. The new version provides best-in-class collaboration tools to reduce translation professionals’ workloads, while empowering localization teams to work faster and smarter.
Understanding the need to securely translate and share confidential documentation, SDL Trados GroupShare 2017 facilitates secure collaboration between internal and external translators and teams. When a file is assigned, the translator is automatically granted access to the project, relevant translation memory or terminology assets. Once that project is completed, access is automatically removed – saving time for project managers while ensuring the highest security standards for organizations. The new project management dashboard is a crucial addition to enable tracking and reporting on project progress and overall workloads.
HotDocs, the global leader in document automation software, has today announced its partnership with Codec-dss, a provider of enterprise scale applications and infrastructure that has served the Irish market for more than 30 years.
This new partnership agreement will provide Codec-dss clients with HotDocs’ industry leading document automation technology, which enables enhanced compliance, minimised risk, improved quality and increased operational efficiency in the production of business-critical documentation.
Steve Spratt, Chief Operating Officer at HotDocs, said: “We are very pleased to welcome Codec-dss into the HotDocs family and I look forward to a mutually rewarding relationship. Codec-dss know the Irish market inside out and are ideally placed to broaden the HotDocs footprint in this geography. For Codec-dss and their clients, HotDocs offers the most powerful and flexible document automation solution available, with a range of business benefits that positively impact the bottom line.”
January 23, 2017 – Following the evaluation of final tenders, CCube Solutions announces today that it has been successfully accepted by NHS London Procurement Partnership (LPP) to sell its Electronic Document Management (EDM) software to LPP members. CCube Solutions tender was approved as part of the Clinical and Digital Information Systems (CDIS) Framework.
Hosted by Guys and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust, NHS London Procurement Partnership works in partnership with over 90 NHS organisations and other social enterprises to provide procurement services thereby leveraging the buying power of the NHS on behalf of members.
By working together, this ‘demand aggregation’ ensures that the NHS gets the best deal from suppliers and ensures value for money for taxpayers. Since the LPP was founded in 2006, it has helped members save £640 million procuring products and services.
Zurich – 29, 09, 2016 – Swiss Post Solutions (SPS), a global full-service provider in physical and digital document management, and Celaton, an artificial intelligence software company, today announced a strategic partnership. The partnership will combine SPS’ expertise in process optimisation and the automation of manual tasks, with Celaton’s inSTREAM™ software, to deliver solutions that address the increasing demand for fully automated business processes.
123ContactForm has announced today that its WordPress form builder, CaptainForm, has a new important feature: centralized form management for digital agencies.
Centralized form management allows digital agencies and freelancers (and anybody who builds websites for clients) to manage all of the forms they create from the same place: their own WordPress dashboard. At the same time, they can share forms with their respective owners.
This feature works best with the Hero license key ($195/year), which can be activated on an unlimited number of websites. The administrator will activate the license key on the clients’ WordPress websites. In the administrator’s WordPress installation, all forms will show up. The administrator will split them into groups and share each group with its associated client.
Agrantec now supports one of the UK’s largest ethical food industry associations on the NotaZone food production tracing platform.
Bristol, 17 March 2016
Agrantec, the UK-based developer of software solutions to help small producers save time and gain value, has won new enterprise customers to the NotaZone platform.
NotaZone is a new way of tracking food as it moves through the production process, all the way onto the supermarket shelf. NotaZone enables easy regulatory compliance, automatic documentation and even helps differentiate produce against competition.
“We’re very pleased to see the NotaZone system gaining traction with some very large and influential business customers,” said Martin Coates, Managing Director. “NotaZone has been designed to support the needs of large organizations as well as small producers, and we’re pleased to be able to welcome and support one of the UK’s leading food production associations.”
New whitepaper sponsored by OKI Europe reveals three quarters of businesses have no document security in place, leaving them exposed to security threats
Egham, 23 February 2016 – Businesses in Europe have a critical need for ‘anytime and anywhere’ secure access to information to maintain and boost workplace productivity, a new IDC whitepaper sponsored by OKI Europe Ltd has revealed.
Faced with access to greater volumes of digitised information, the research warns that companies need to pay close attention to data access and security. However, according to its latest findings, a massive 75% of European SMBs have no document security system in place such as user ID, potentially leaving them exposed to security threats.
With many file formats and software popular in 1993 now obsolete and unreadable, company compliance and information governance teams are warned against losing critical digital information forever
As 90s hit television series The X-Files returns to our screens next month after a 13 year hiatus, digital preservation specialist Preservica has launched an awareness campaign to highlight the danger of file format and software obsolescence, and an impending ‘Digital Dark Age’ – warned against by Google’s Vint Cerf last year.
In conjunction with the new series of the popular US TV show, fans of the original series at Preservica have been pointing out the many changes in software that have occurred since the first episodes of The X-Files aired more than twenty years ago, in 1993.
Many popular file formats and software applications popular in 1993 have already disappeared or become obsolete. With technology refresh rates and application de-commissioning programmes beginning to accelerate, critical long-term information and files are now more at risk than ever.
Legal systems innovator Zylpha (www.zylpha.com) has added four new software integrations with systems that are frequently used by both legal practices and local authority lawyers. The new integrations, with the company’s widely acclaimed document bundling technology, are for: SharePoint, iManage (formerly Worksite/ Autonomy), local authority solutions from Civica and NetDocs. Further integrations are also being planned for LEAP and an upgrade to the Iken case management connector.
The new additions complement Zylpha’s existing range of successful electronic document bundling connectors. These include: Visualfiles/Solcase from LexisNexis, SOS Connect, TR Envision, Axxia FED, and FileStream.
Integrating third party applications into Documentum has become easy with the CARA Hub. Integrate information or UI components of external systems (including data updates) using a mixture of ExtGWT components, RESTful Web Services or simply JSP - enabling users to use CARA as the single UI to access multiple applications which form part of a business process. Also leverage full CARA customization through the same mechanisms.
CARA v3.5 now provides an easy way to integrate multiple applications with Documentum, which gives users a single point of access to their content and all the associated systems and processes. The CARA Hub provides not only full customization capabilities of all features within CARA (including the ability to add new features), but also a configurable way to tie in data from external systems, either through direct data transfer / update or through providing UI components inside CARA. These components can be either newly defined (using JSP, or even ExtGWT) or they can embed the existing web-based UI of the external system in a frame inside CARA. Communication with the external systems can be via HTTP or RESTful web services.