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ECM attempts to get DoD certification

by | Mar 16, 2009

Many companies are attempting to get DoD certification for their ECM solutionsEnterprise content management (ECM) has always been interested in security as many companies use ECM for records management and compliance. But in an attempt to increase protection, many ECM companies are trying to pass Department of Defense 5015.2 V3 compliance.

According to CMSWire, Oracle”s Universal Records Management is the only product to receive full DoD certification in all parts of 5015.2 V3, including Baseline RM, Classified RM, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and Privacy Act (PA) RM.

However, while Oracle is the first to be fully certified, a number of other companies are making their way in that direction. The news provider says that Vignette, Alfresco, and Xerox Docushare are all DoD 5015.2 V2 certified and are working their way towards V3 certification.

In January, Open Text announced it had received DoD 5015.2 V3 certification for a number of its services, including its Content Lifecycle Management (CLM) Services for SharePoint.

At the time of the announcement, executive vice president of Open Text said the certification gave companies using the product a "secure and trusted repository that delivers integrated records management for all business content."ADNFCR-1861-ID-19076792-ADNFCR