EntropySoft Extends Integration for Microsoft SharePoint

EntropySoft is shipping a upgrade to its conector for Microsoft SharePoint, extending ability for users to integrate with document management offerings from EMC, Oracle, HP, IBM, Interwoven and Oracle.

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EntropySoft is shipping a upgrade to its conector for Microsoft SharePoint, extending ability for users to integrate with document management offerings from EMC, Oracle, HP, IBM, Interwoven and Oracle.

EntropySoft's Microsoft SharePoint 2007 connector enables read and write access to content stored in the Microsoft SharePoint repository.

"The new version of our Microsoft SharePoint 2007 connector includes some of the more complex albeit popular features of SharePoint," said Nicolas Maquaire, EntropySoft CEO, in a statement. "We are now able to integrate all types of lists (such as calendar, tasks, issues, discussion boards and contacts, etc.) and offer a read/write feature for them." This feature comes on top of all the already available features such as supporting all SharePoint sites objects, folders, documents and document libraries, the folder structure, security, copy, lifecycle, lock/unlock, move, versioning, he added.

EntropySoft said recently developed connectors include EMC Documentum, HP TRIM, Oracle UCM, IBM WebSphere Portal Document Manager and Interwoven WorkSite. According to the company, interoperability is already a reality for EntropySoft partners because of the large number of connectors in the portfolio.

By using a single API, which is the same for all EntropySoft connectors, software vendors and large companies no longer need to learn specific programming technologies for each content-centric application, the company said. Instead, EntropySoft said customers can access, modify and interact with content through a single technology.

EntropySoft said its technology is now available on all platforms (Java, .NET, Web services). EntropySoft said it has two technological layers (Content ETL and Content Federation) o top of the read/write connectors that can also be OEM'ed to facilitate integration and interoperability. According to Maquaire, the new connector, along with the company's portfolio of more than 30 connectors, are helping customers effectively and efficiently transfer content between SharePoint repositories and other collaboration applications repositories.

The EntropySoft connector is fully compatible with Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, the company said




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