Stefan Scherer, a software developer at SEAL Systems was named Most Valuable Professional (MVP) by Microsoft. This is a prize awarded annually to recognize the leading members of technical communities worldwide. With just over 4,000 awardees worldwide, the Microsoft MVPs are a highly select group of experts.
Dr. Uwe Wächter
SharePoint users can now use SEAL Systems’ popular, high-performance Conversion Server. Features are available for ad hoc conversions within their SharePoint libraries. We offer the relevant workflow actions and event receivers to trigger workflows.
In daily business, it is normal for extensive document elements from greatly different sources to be stores in SAP archives. These documents, generated many years ago by scanner as TIFF or PDF files, can come from internal or external sources and various areas of operations, and may have been processed by different persons. All documents are in different formats, in different degrees of quality and stored in different archives. This leads to confusion and the difficulty of viewing or further processing these documents quickly and efficiently. We at SEAL Systems can show you that the storage and viewing of these documents can also be done quickly, efficiently and without nerve-racking work steps. With ArchiveLink XSA, your software for management of document archiving, hundreds of thousands of documents available online can be standardized and migrated in one step.
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) creates companies’ document-based design and business processes. However the results are not yet consistent. Frequently, gaps arise in different places between systems, document formats and devices. This also applies to the use of Siemens’ PLM software, Teamcenter. Our Document Output Center for Teamcenter can help. Dr. Uwe Fetzer, manager for PLM Solutions, explains why. (Part 2 of 2)
Product lifecycle management (PLM) is responsible for collecting a company’s document-based design and business processes. The required processes, however, can often not yet be fully represented; it’s not uncommon that gaps arise at various places between systems, document formats, and devices. This also applies to the Siemens PLM software Teamcenter. Our Document Output Center for Teamcenter can remedy this. Dr. Uwe Fetzer, Manager for PLM Solutions, explains why (Part 1 of 2).
SEAL Systems’ DMS Loader is a practical tool for filling SAP document management with simultaneous installation of suitable object links. SEAL Systems loading processes allow for the safe, configurable import of documents and document data from external sources into SAP systems. Initial loads, mass imports and cyclic recurring updates can be carried out quickly, efficiently, conveniently and error-free.
Protection of company data is taking on an ever greater role, and more resources than ever are being given over to ensuring their security. In this three-part series on our blog, you’ll learn many things about dangerous situations in printing, as well as the ways to prevent them. Today I’ll show you how you can make your print processes more secure.
The protection of data has taken on an increasingly important role for businesses. More resources than ever before are being given over to ensuring this security. In this three-part series on our blog, I’ll show you typical dangers in printing and general ways that they can be prevented. In this part, after human error and organizational deficiencies I’ll introduce you to two further risk factors in the printing process.
The protection of data has taken on an increasingly important role for businesses. More resources than ever before are being given over to ensuring this security. When it comes to protecting your data, most IT security strategies will concentrate on data centers and internal networks, often neglecting to look at printer technologies. This raises the question of what good the best security strategies and encryption mechanisms are, if sensitive company documents are printed after decryption and accessible to “everyone”. In this three-part series on our blog, I’ll introduce you to common dangers with printing and show you general ways to prevent them from happening.
When it comes to their archiving, CAD models are very different from Office files. However, many businesses assume that Office files are upwardly compatible, and can still be read, edited and issued after every future version release. That’s not always the case. In this two-part series we’ll show you what you need to know if you wish to efficiently migrate your data from Microsoft Office 2003 (or earlier) to Office 2007 (or later). Today we’ll explain whether compatibility mode can serve as a solution, and show you how to set up and automate the ideal migration process
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