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04/09/2008

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Lori

This is the solution that we need. We have a few Documentum applications in house. The company that acquired us has a lot of SP sites (1,200) - they have MOSS 2007 but haven't implemented it yet. We are migrating our current portal to MOSS. We are just starting the project - when will the details of this solutions be available?

Andrew Chapman

Lori,If you ask your Documentum account manager to contact me I will discuss the details with them and they can get back to you. Just to warn you though, the first step will be for us to ask you for a detailed set of use cases so we can understand which of the aggregation options will suit you best. RegardsAndrew

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SharePoint Archiving #2 - An Overview of the Potential Solutions.

This is part two of a thrilling series of entries related to the aggregation of SharePoint content. It relates back to reference architecture #7 and part one in the series. In the previous entry I rambled on about the “why” behind data aggregation. In this entry I’ll give you a high-level overview of the "how"...

Compliance - Never Talk When You Can Nod

SharePoint Archiving - An Overview of the Potential Solutions.

This is part two of a thrilling series of entries related to the aggregation of SharePoint content. It relates back to reference architecture #7 and part one in the series. In the previous entry I rambled on about the “why” behind data aggregation. In this entry I’ll give you a high-level overview of the "how"...

Compliance - Never Talk When You Can Nod

SharePoint Archiving - An Overview of the Potential Solutions.

This is part two of a thrilling series of entries related to the aggregation of SharePoint content. It relates back to reference architecture #7 and part one in the series. In the previous entry I rambled on about the “why” behind data aggregation. In this entry I’ll give you a high-level overview of the "how"...

Compliance - Never Talk When You Can Nod

SharePoint Archiving - An Overview of the Potential Solutions.

This is part two of a thrilling series of entries related to the aggregation of SharePoint content. It relates back to reference architecture #7 and part one in the series. In the previous entry I rambled on about the

Compliance - Never Talk When You Can Nod

SharePoint Archiving #3 - EBS vs. RBS...the ultimate grudge match.

This is part three of a thrilling series of entries related to the aggregation of SharePoint content. It relates back to reference architecture #7, RBS vs. EBS vs. Content Transfer vs. Shortcuts and An Overview of the Potential Solutions...

Compliance - Never Talk When You Can Nod

SharePoint Archiving #3 - EBS vs. RBS...the ultimate grudge match.

This is part three of a thrilling series of entries related to the aggregation of SharePoint content. It relates back to reference architecture #7, RBS vs. EBS vs. Content Transfer vs. Shortcuts and An Overview of the Potential Solutions. In the previous entry I rambled on about the different options available to support the aggregation of data behind a SharePoint deployment however I left you hanging on for more about two recently added technologies. In this entry I

Compliance - Never Talk When You Can Nod

SharePoint Archiving #3 - EBS vs. RBS...the ultimate grudge match.

This is part three of a thrilling series of entries related to the aggregation of SharePoint content. It relates back to reference architecture #7, RBS vs. EBS vs. Content Transfer vs. Shortcuts and An Overview of the Potential Solutions...

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