Archive for September, 2010

PLM SharePoint: Silver Bullet or Fierce Criticism?

It was a long time I didn’t talk about Microsoft SharePoint. I tried to recall and found that my previous significant thoughts about Microsoft SharePoint are going back almost one year ago to Microsoft SharePoint conference. Back that time, Microsoft presented their future SharePoint 2010. Few messages and publications yesterday…

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PLM SharePoint: Silver Bullet or Fierce Criticism?

PLM SharePoint: Silver Bullet or Fierce Criticism?

It was a long time I didn’t talk about Microsoft SharePoint. I tried to recall and found that my previous significant thoughts about Microsoft SharePoint are going back almost one year ago to Microsoft SharePoint conference. Back that time, Microsoft presented their future SharePoint 2010. Few messages and publications yesterday…

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New PLM and Digital Content

We are in the middle of a very interesting process of digitalizing our life. We are moving more and more pieces from old-fashioned-content to new , completely digital , forms. It comes as a combination technological advantages of the internet coupled together with new devices that able to produce a…

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New PLM and Digital Content

We are in the middle of a very interesting process of┬ádigitalizing our life. We are moving more and more pieces from old-fashioned-content to new , completely digital , forms. It comes as a combination technological advantages of the internet coupled together with new devices that able to produce a completely…

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PLM Philosophies Collide

Somebody asked me last week about how I see th future of PLM… Does it look like-BOM or like-Workflow? I found this question very interesting. Bill of Materials and Workflow (or process management) are fundamentally two most important pieces of PDM and PLM systems for many years. So, we have…

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PLM Philosophies Collide?

PLM Philosophies Collide?

Somebody asked me last week about how I see th future of PLM… Does it look like-BOM or like-Workflow? I found this question very interesting. Bill of Materials and Workflow (or process management) are fundamentally two most important pieces of PDM and PLM systems for many years. So, we have…

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PLM: Open Source vs. Free?

I posted PLM and Open Source Licenses few days ago. The main trigger of this post was Google’s announcement about acceptance of all OSI licenses. However, as it sometimes happens blog post is just a trigger for another interesting discussion. Marc Lind of Aras and Yoann Maingon of Prodeos had…

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PLM: Open Source vs. Free?

PLM: Open Source vs. Free?

I posted PLM and Open Source Licenses few days ago. The main trigger of this post was Google’s announcement about acceptance of all OSI licenses. However, as it sometimes happens blog post is just a trigger for another interesting discussion. Marc Lind of Aras and Yoann Maingon of Prodeos had…

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COFES Russia: New Trends In PLM (Working Group)

COFES Russia: New Trends In PLM (Working Group)

I’ve been running the working group “New Trends in PLM” on COFES Russia / isicad-2010. I had no idea how actually the working group discussion will go. The format of this working group and number of people was unusual and a little different from original small discussion groups (7-10 people)….

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COFES: Russian Style!

COFES: Russian Style!

COFES Russia is a history now. I wanted to put some thoughts and links for non-Russian speaking readers about what I call “COFES: Russian Style”. COFES in Arizona designed as a four-day event. Brad Holtz defines it as “vendors, analysts, users in sandals, under the sun, near the pool with…

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