Image documents: the Kryptonite in your content repositories

June 7, 2012

The American Heritage dictionary defines the term Achilles heel as "a seemingly small but actually crucial weakness." And Achilles heel or perhaps borrowing a more modern term from Marvel Comics--Kryptonite--is exactly what we have when we think of image-based documents in content repositories. How do you search for something, which by definition is non-searchable? How much Kryptonite is in you...

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When is a PDF/A not a PDF/A?

April 10, 2012

Trust, but verify was a phrase adopted by Reagan, who frequently used it when discussing U.S. relations with the Soviet Union. A similar mantra could be used when talking about PDF/A – trust, but validate. Law firms will be required to file in PDF/A with the Courts (each court will set its own timeframe) through the CM/ECF system. It is therefore important they have the ability to validate PDF/...

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DocsCorp extends document comparison capabilities to DocXtools

March 15, 2012

Microsystems, a leading provider of software and services that drive document quality and production efficiency, and DocsCorp, a global provider of software solutions that help law firms manage their business-critical documents more efficiently and more securely, together announce a new technology partnership to further enhance the extended comparison capabilities available in Microsystems...

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