RedDot Launches Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Document Management

Mar 28, 2008


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Open Text Corporation, a provider of enterprise content management (ECM), announced that RedDot, the Open Text Web Solutions Group, has released its Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Document Management Integration. RedDot's integration solution embraces the SharePoint Server 2007 technology by offering value-added features and benefits that include: Cache a document from SharePoint Server 2007: When sharing a document online is important but permissions limit user access, RedDot can publish and retain a resident copy of the document presented to any online target, while maintaining the security and integrity of the SharePoint Server 2007 Library. Link a document from SharePoint Server 2007: Web content editors can address latency and stale Web content by dynamically accessing a document resident in SharePoint Server 2007. Users can link documents via the publishing system to any online target with secure and controlled access from any location. Access different document versions: Administrators can select a specific version of a document to publish with granularity to access previous or minor versions as well. Publish document attributes and metadata from SharePoint Server 2007: The descriptive attributes and metadata of a document help to drive personalization and a rich online user experience. Web content editors can publish document metadata to any online target for classification, search, or interactive user insight.

(www.reddot.com, www.opentext.com)