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Xillio blog about content migrations

by Guest - Alistair Pugin, on Aug 31, 2020 10:53:22 AM

Preamble For the longest time, SharePoint consultants have spent a considerable amount of effort having to migrate from one version of SharePoint to the next version of SharePoint. Custom applications, …

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Topics:LegacyOffice 365

by Werner Taube, on Aug 27, 2020 4:23:00 PM

When it comes to migrating legacy enterprise content management (ECM) systems to Microsoft 365, the common understanding in the industry is that replacing legacy ECMs is difficult and risky. This …

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Topics:LegacyOffice 365

by Remco Steelink, on Jul 10, 2020 3:00:00 AM

In the past, you might have relied on your legacy ECM system to manage documents and records. However, you might have realized that the system can be improved. Microsoft Office …

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Topics:SharePointEnterprise Content ManagementContent MigrationLegacy

by Werner Taube, on Jul 1, 2020 3:00:00 PM

Although you might think you are familiar with the access date on your data, a lot of people mistake it for the modified date. The access and modified date and …

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Topics:Enterprise Content ManagementContent Analysis

by Arthur van der Wal, on Jun 23, 2020 2:33:12 PM

Ok, so we have been migrating records and data out of legacy ECM systems for a very long time and once in a while we encounter systems that we don’t …

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Topics:Legacy

by Sjoerd Alkema, on Jun 4, 2020 12:15:00 PM

One of our most common and most asked for content migration, is Documentum to Microsoft 365. There are a few specific challenges in mapping and restructuring that you need to …

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Topics:SharePointEnterprise Content ManagementCloudDocumentumContent MigrationLegacy

by Guest - Vivek Bhatt, on Jun 2, 2020 12:00:00 PM

An introduction to Project Cortex Its a new Microsoft 365 product designed to create a knowledge network from enterprise content, managing large volumes of enterprise content through a suite of …

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Topics:SharePointEnterprise Content Management

by Guest - Atle Skjekkeland, on May 25, 2020 4:02:04 PM

Most organizations rely on one or more Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems to manage documents and records, but realize that the systems could be improved. Too much manual process Slow …

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Topics:SharePointEnterprise Content ManagementLegacy

by Sjoerd Alkema, on Apr 15, 2020 7:31:38 AM

It’s already been a year, since we launched the first version of Xillio Insights. Our clients use this tool to generate insight on their unstructured information, their ECM, collaboration and …

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by Guest - Konstantin Dranch, on Mar 11, 2020 2:23:56 PM

There are close to 200 translation APIs on the market, which at first glance looks like a marvelous box full of legos to build from. But only at first glance; …

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Topics:Localization

by Werner Taube, on Mar 4, 2020 4:00:00 PM

Recently we have been working with clients that want to migrate their large legacy ECM/EDM content to a new solution. As costs - and support associated with - on-premise systems …

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Topics:Content MigrationLegacy

by Rikkert Engels, on Feb 20, 2020 12:00:00 PM

What is keeping legacy systems alive? Fear. So why are people so afraid of getting rid of their legacy ECM systems? Let’s discuss! I keep hearing the same three reasons why organizations continue to choose to keep their legacy ECM systems alive: Reason 1: “There is no …

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Topics:Content MigrationLegacy

by Guest - Konstantin Dranch, on Feb 3, 2020 11:21:16 AM

In 2020, localization program leaders face key challenges: move to an API-first software setup, and to make machine translation & AI work. Xillio hosted an expert panel webinar with some …

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Topics:Localization

by Roel van Egmond, on Jan 14, 2020 11:59:39 AM

Maybe you have spent the holidays binge watching Marie Kondo’s show on Netflix. At least my wife did ;) I hate to admit that the show was actually quite inspiring …

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Topics:Content AnalysisContent Migration

by Rikkert Engels, on Dec 3, 2019 4:44:50 PM

At their annual IT expo last November, Gartner unequivocally told 7,000 CIOs to “never ever renew non-API-first software.” Fortunately, most top enterprise software vendors already offer API-first products. When we …

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Topics:Content IntegrationLocalization

by Rikkert Engels, on Nov 25, 2019 9:27:56 AM

The rise of MT and how it impacts translation is on the agenda at all translation conferences. Automation and connectors are nowadays also a hot topic. As concrete example, we …

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Topics:Localization

by Remco Steelink, on Sep 30, 2019 2:17:21 PM

Hi there, SharePoint 2010 user. You probably already know that SharePoint 2010 is ‘soon’ to reach its end of life. As from October 2020, SharePoint will no longer issue security …

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Topics:SharePointDeduplicationClassification

by Corné van Leuveren, on Aug 7, 2019 3:20:33 PM

Big bang, or not? Most organizations do not like a big bang approach when it comes to content migration. Fortunately, we are also in favor of handling migrations by department, …

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Topics:Enterprise Content ManagementContent MigrationLegacy

by Rikkert Engels, on Jul 18, 2019 10:16:41 AM

Migrations are known to be hard, complex and risky. All true and not. Migrations often fail, that is true for sure. But why do they fail? That’s the question. This …

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Topics:Enterprise Content ManagementDocumentumContent MigrationLegacy

by Rikkert Engels, on Jul 8, 2019 12:20:17 PM

Localization is undergoing a massive change. Many technological inventions like NMT are discussed at length, but the biggest change is more subtle and has an even bigger impact. Let me …

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Topics:ConnectorsContent IntegrationLocalization

by Sjoerd Alkema, on May 21, 2019 4:33:07 PM

For a large US financial services company, we successfully deployed a large migration project from multiple repositories - being Oracle WebCenter Content (WCC), SharePoint, FileNet, Sybase, and DB2 - into a new …

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Topics:Content MigrationLegacy

by Sjoerd Alkema, on May 15, 2019 9:08:43 AM

I am working in the enterprise content management, content services, information management - what’s in the name - market for more than 12 years now. Enterprise content management systems that …

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Topics:Enterprise Content ManagementCloudContent MigrationLegacy

by Sjoerd Alkema, on Apr 10, 2019 1:15:00 PM

In a former blog, we have tried to convince you that it would be wise to store business documents in an enterprise content management system instead of on file shares …

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Topics:FileShareContent Migration

by Maurice Bakker, on Apr 1, 2019 1:06:24 PM

The past decade we have seen thousands of organizations migrating their content from network/file share locations to managed content solutions, such as SharePoint. Anyone who has experience with migrating file …

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Topics:SharePointEnterprise Content ManagementLegacy

by Lukasz Rejter, on Mar 12, 2019 11:39:17 AM

This is a very exciting week for us, and even more exciting month. We’re ready with the trial version of the Localization Hub, and almost ready with the final release …

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Topics:Localization

by Lukasz Rejter, on Jan 30, 2019 10:16:11 AM

In my previous post, I mentioned that we want to solve the industry challenge, and help integrate the content source systems with translation technology. It’s about time that we realize …

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Topics:Content IntegrationLocalization

by Sjoerd Alkema, on Jan 8, 2019 2:31:29 PM

The adoption of cloud enterprise content management systems, high costs of on-premise installation and the evolution of ECM and solutions, are probably the main drivers for organizations to move away …

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Topics:Content Migration

by Lukasz Rejter, on Dec 4, 2018 12:27:48 PM

Woah! A 14-year-old Dutch company with a US startup vibe! – this was my first impression after I joined the team on the 1st of October. How the hell do …

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Topics:Content IntegrationLocalization

by Marijn van der Zaag, on Oct 29, 2018 11:01:00 AM

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM, and formerly known as Adobe CQ5) seems to be getting more popular and we see a major increase in requests for content migrations from legacy web …

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Topics:Web MigrationContent AnalysisContent Migration

by Rikkert Engels, on Oct 17, 2018 1:38:11 PM

The translation process is one that involves many people and a multitude of content repositories and systems. Here is why content connectivity can increase efficiency and flexibility for all involved …

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Topics:ConnectorsContent IntegrationLocalization