Modern companies suffer from a paper-problem – they encounter bottlenecks in the validation process and are less secure with more documents widely accessible. Fastman’s two new releases are set to tackle these challenges directly in the form of Fastman Digital Signature and Permission Manager.

The key to protecting information in SAP is a combination of three primary elements: identification, monitoring, and control. This blog will explain each in detail to assist companies in evaluating and implementing their information security measures.

Newport Beach CA – December 1, 2020 – Fastman today announced that three of its flagship products are now available for online purchase on SAP® App Center, the digital marketplace for SAP partner offerings. These innovative products are designed for businesses using SAP Extended Enterprise Content Management (SAP Extended ECM) by OpenText that are interested in the efficient management of their business content and information.

Join the best field and industry experts in the conversation on increasing your information security trust with Fastman Permissions Manager for Content Suite and Extended ECM.

As you may already be aware, OpenText recently included some new permissions tools into their Content Suite and Extended ECM platforms. Going under the name of “Permissions Explorer“ it provides a familiar looking permissions dashboard…

Permissions Manager recently went through a significant upgrade. The latest release, 16.10 (or 10.10 if you are still running Content Suite 10.5)  introduces many changes that have been requested by users. So, I thought I would take a few minutes to highlight some of the more important ones and illustrate how they simplify the life of the average Content Suite user or administrator.

Let me start by introducing myself. I’m Siva, a developer at Fastman, and for the last decade I have been writing OScript code and customizing Content Suite (Livelink) through new modules, patches, WebReports, forms, web services, Java classes, .NET utilities, REST APIs, and more. For me, HTML, JavaScript, CSS, Bootstrap and jQuery were purely used as a presentation layer and supported my server-side business logic implementation.

One of the reasons why Smart UI fascinates me is the way Design Patterns are used.  As you explore Smart UI code you encounter many of these patterns.  But what is a design pattern and why use them? A pattern is a reusable solution that can be applied to commonly occurring problems without the need to code a completely unique solutions each and every time.  Design patterns are templates which, when applied, solve commonly occurring design problems through proven solutions.

Fastman is thrilled to announce the latest release of our Permissions Manager for OpenText Content Suite. This release builds upon Permissions Manager’s core access control capabilities and introduces new ways of accessing permissions information through Content Suite 16’s Smart UI.