The last episode in the trilogy has been released! This is also a great continuation as it ties off some of the cliffhangers from part 2. As we have said before, so many great features are packed into 9.4. The release provides several valuable ease of use features that, from our perspective, will improve basic and routine functions.
This edition takes a deeper look into some of the administrative features introduced into CM 9.4. There will be more to come after this.
The latest Content Manager version brings foundational improvements to the UI. Watch the first in a series of videos around the latest features to CM 9.4. This video has the ease of use functionalities highlighted. We are excited to show you all the new functions in these videos. Which feature is your favorite? Like, comment and subscribe!
The latest release of ControlPoint is now available. Version 5.7 continues along the trajectory of continuous improvement from Micro Focus. This version provides additional support for the latest Microsoft environments as well as support for IDOL NiFi libraries which deploy in Apache NiFi (XML respository ingestion). But the highlights for us are below. These are the features that clients discuss with us most commonly. Additional documentation is found here. https://www.microfocus.com/documentation/controlpoint/570/
October is closer than we all think, but we're getting ready. ARMA InfoCon 2019 is in Nashville this year. We are really excited and will be joining forces with Micro Focus Government Solutions (MFGS) at this year's event. We will regale and enlighten with information, stories and demonstrations on Secure Content Management from Micro Focus. Register and we'll see you there at booth 419! #ARMA2019
We always love going to these conferences. The community supporting these clients know and understand their unique requirements, and we have a great deal of experience in many of their departments. Come join us with Micro Focus Government Solutions at booth 110.
Take a look below. If you have read last month's memo from OMB and NARA, there are now deadlines to make sure those records become and stay electronic! Click here if you want to read more from WhiteHouse.gov. What is Appropriate Metadata you ask? Great question, NARA will help answer this by September 30, 2020.
Late last month, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and NARA jointly issued Memorandum M-19-21 that puts a schedule to the end of paper records in the government. The process has been in the works for years as they started with email records in 2016. By 2023, NARA will no longer accept analog records (cue the fireworks)! See the details here. When the compartmental knowledge surrounding physical records can be digitized, people and processes move faster.
Information First is very proud to congratulate Patti Botteicher on achieving the Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification from the Project Management Institute. Not only is she superior in this arena, now she is CERTIFIED superior. Way to go!
The Information First Team