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Subject:Document management book & web site From:Ron Rothbart <ron -dot- rothbart -at- DOCUMENTUM -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 30 Apr 1997 09:39:16 +0800
Geoff Hart writes:
>Since we've been discussing documentation management
> systems and software lately, I thought this might be of
>Boyle, J. 1997. A blueprint for managing documents. Byte
>(May 1997): 75-80.
Here's a book on the subject. I haven't read it yet, but it looks good:
Electronic Document Management Systems:
A User Centered Approach For Creating, Distributing and
Managing Online Publications
Larry Bielawski and Jim Boyle
Here's the TOC:
Part I. Concepts
1 A New Paradigm for Managing Online Documents
2 Electronic Document Management: Needs, Benefits, Risks
3 The Document Management Space
Part II. Technology
6 Indexing and Searching
Part III. Methodology
14 Design and Development
15 Implementation and Support
Part IV. Vendors
16 Vendor Profiles
17 Vendor Listing
It focuses on four vendors: Documentum (my company), Interleaf, OpenText,
and PC DOCS.