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EMC Magellan is now EMC CenterStage
July 20, 2008, 3:36 am
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Be More Productive with EMC CenterStage

Be More Productive with EMC CenterStage

Here is one of the posts about it on the developers network. Having spent some time with this product I can say that I am seriously impressed. A link with good screenshots can be found here.

More details will come in the near future and hopefully soon we will be able to talk more openly about all the features. If you are interested in it make sure to sign up for the beta from the EMC developers network homepage.

From the Beta page:

About the Beta Program

In the coming months, EMC will introduce its next generation knowledge worker offering named CenterStage that will offer a best of breed user experience and put business users in control of their content enabled applications. CenterStage includes CenterStage Essentials which provides basic content services to enhance individual and team productivity and CenterStage Pro which focus on Web 2.0 functionality to empower business users to be in control of their business applications.

Over the next months, EMC will be conducting a CenterStage Essentials Beta program. The CenterStage Essentials Beta program is expected to run from September, 4th, 2008 to December 15th, 2008.

The purpose of the CenterStage Essentials Beta Program is to enable EMC is to obtain feedback from customers and partners regarding CenterStage Essentials’ configuration, functionality, and usability to validate market readiness and to help ensure successful adoption.”

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As a part of the effort to introduce CenterStage, EMC is working with Crown Partners to offer Red Carpet, a specialized utility for eRoom to CenterStage migration to eRoom customers:
https://community.emc.com/blogs/kw/2008/09/18/eroom-migration-to-centerstage

Using RedCarpet, eRoom clients can easily migrate their content from eRoom to CenterStage.

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