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== What is Content? ==
 
== What is Content? ==
  
Content is an enterprise content management application.  It provides tools that help us capture, store, retrieve and manage documents in a structured way.  It includes workflow, forms and reporting capabilities.  Content management solutions are implemented a department at a time, with the ability to share documents and workflow processes across departments.
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Content (aka Content7) is an enterprise content management application (replacing the previous document management system called Nolij).  It provides tools that help us capture, store, retrieve and manage documents in a structured way.  It includes workflow, forms and reporting capabilities.  Content management solutions are implemented a department at a time, with the ability to share documents and workflow processes across departments.
  
 
== How do I get it? ==
 
== How do I get it? ==
 
If you're interested in implementing Content talk to someone on the ITS Contacts list at the bottom of this page.  For access to the system you may use WebNow, or the desktop client:
 
If you're interested in implementing Content talk to someone on the ITS Contacts list at the bottom of this page.  For access to the system you may use WebNow, or the desktop client:
  
=== WebNow - for Windows or Macs ===
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=== In a browser using WebNow ===
WebNow is the browser based version of Content.  It has all the features of the desktop client except the ability to import documents.  Get to it from go/webnow, go/perceptivecontent or at this link:  [https://echo.middlebury.edu:8080/webnow/ WebNow]
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WebNow is the browser based version of Content.  It has all the features of the desktop client except the ability to import documents.  Internet Explorer is the recommended browser.  Get to it from go/webnow, go/perceptivecontent or at this link:  [https://echo.middlebury.edu:8080/webnow/ WebNow]
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It is possible to use WebNow on a Mac but it requires some special configuration.  Occasional Mac users should use Remote Desktop Services.
  
 
=== Desktop Client - Windows only ===
 
=== Desktop Client - Windows only ===
 
If you need to import documents to Content, then you must use the desktop client.  
 
If you need to import documents to Content, then you must use the desktop client.  
[[Perceptive_Content/InstallPerceptiveContent|Installation instructions]]
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[[Perceptive_Content/InstallPerceptiveContent|Installation instructions]]. 
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=== Remote Desktop Services ===
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If you use a Mac then your best method for using Content is Remote Desktop Services (RDS).  Windows 10 users who need to import documents must also use the RDS.
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See this page for information:  [[Remote_Desktop_Services|How to Access Remote Desktop Services]]
  
 
== Which Departments use Content? ==
 
== Which Departments use Content? ==
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* Accounts Payable
 
* Accounts Payable
 
* Breadloaf School of English
 
* Breadloaf School of English
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* Department of Public Safety
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* HR
 
* Office of Advancement
 
* Office of Advancement
 
* Payroll
 
* Payroll
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* Undergraduate Admissions
  
 
== Learn more ==
 
== Learn more ==
  
Lexmark is the vendor for Content.  Here are links to their user guide and website.
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Kofax is the vendor for Content.  Here are links to their user guide and website.
  
 
[https://docs.perceptivesoftware.com/ImageNow/en_US/7.1/User/User.htm Content User Guide]
 
[https://docs.perceptivesoftware.com/ImageNow/en_US/7.1/User/User.htm Content User Guide]
  
[http://www.lexmark.com/en_us/home-page-b.html Lexmark website]
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[http://www.kofax.com/products/enterprise-content-management/perceptive-document-management Kofax website]
  
Content is new to Middlebury.  Sometime soon we'll have more to say about it.  For more information please contact someone on the ITS Contact list below.
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For more information please contact someone on the ITS Contact list below.
  
 
== Troubleshooting ==
 
== Troubleshooting ==

Latest revision as of 15:28, 15 November 2017

What is Content?

Content (aka Content7) is an enterprise content management application (replacing the previous document management system called Nolij). It provides tools that help us capture, store, retrieve and manage documents in a structured way. It includes workflow, forms and reporting capabilities. Content management solutions are implemented a department at a time, with the ability to share documents and workflow processes across departments.

How do I get it?

If you're interested in implementing Content talk to someone on the ITS Contacts list at the bottom of this page. For access to the system you may use WebNow, or the desktop client:

In a browser using WebNow

WebNow is the browser based version of Content. It has all the features of the desktop client except the ability to import documents. Internet Explorer is the recommended browser. Get to it from go/webnow, go/perceptivecontent or at this link: WebNow

It is possible to use WebNow on a Mac but it requires some special configuration. Occasional Mac users should use Remote Desktop Services.

Desktop Client - Windows only

If you need to import documents to Content, then you must use the desktop client. Installation instructions.

Remote Desktop Services

If you use a Mac then your best method for using Content is Remote Desktop Services (RDS). Windows 10 users who need to import documents must also use the RDS.

See this page for information: How to Access Remote Desktop Services

Which Departments use Content?

  • Academic Affairs
  • Accounts Payable
  • Breadloaf School of English
  • Department of Public Safety
  • HR
  • Office of Advancement
  • Payroll
  • Undergraduate Admissions

Learn more

Kofax is the vendor for Content. Here are links to their user guide and website.

Content User Guide

Kofax website

For more information please contact someone on the ITS Contact list below.

Troubleshooting

See Troubleshooting

ITS Contacts

  • Amy Stocklen
  • Rob Pekor
  • Tom Cutter
  • David Ludwig
  • Charlotte Pratt
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