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SilkRoad technology, inc., a provider of enterprise-class content management and collaboration software, has introduced its new Silkware platform, which is designed to bring together a feature-rich audio and video blogging application and an assortment of communication and collaboration tools on one common platform.
Posted Mar 08, 2005
SurfWax, Inc., a provider of Internet search and post-search solutions, has formally launched its Web-based Nextaris service. Nextaris is an integrated set of Web-based tools that are intended to allow users to easily search, capture, manage, securely share, and publish online information and collaborative blogs from the desktop or Web-enabled mobile devices.
Posted Mar 08, 2005
Google Inc. has announced the formal launch of Google Desktop Search, a free downloadable application that is designed to enable users to search for information on their own computers. Previously in beta, the 1.0 release adds search over the full text of PDFs and the meta-information stored with music, image, and video files.
Posted Mar 08, 2005
ESI Software has expanded its enterprise content field by becoming a new partner with Documentum. With its new partnership in place, ESI Software has now broadened its ability to provide content management and monitoring to more customers.
Posted Mar 04, 2005
TRADOS Inc., a provider of information solutions, has announced the launch of TRADOS TeamWorks 2, a solution that is designed to accelerate the global information lifecycle. The new solution is intended to help customers overcome persistent barriers in reaching global markets, such as delayed product and campaign launches, inconsistent multinational branding, low customer satisfaction due to poor communications, and operational inefficiencies in their globalization processes.
Posted Mar 04, 2005
Adobe Systems Incorporated and HP have announced that they are expanding their relationship to help technical professionals including architects, engineers, and construction (AEC) professionals improve collaboration inside and outside their organizations and more effectively drive document-based work to completion.
Posted Mar 04, 2005
Scientific Software, Inc., a provider of enterprise content management (ECM) solutions, and Kyberpass Corporation, a provider of security software for high-trust applications, has announced the immediate availability of an integrated solution that is designed to provide organizations with the ability to protect and secure their intellectual property with legally-enforceable digital signatures and notarizations that support the Secure-Access-for-Everyone (SAFE) industry standard.
Posted Mar 04, 2005
Texterity, Inc., a provider of systems and services for the creation, delivery, and tracking of digital editions of magazines, has introduced a substantial set of enhancements for its Texterity Reporting and Tracking System.
Posted Mar 04, 2005
TACODA, a provider of behavioral targeting and audience management solutions, has announced that it will launch a behaviorally-driven online advertising network of quality Web sites for brand advertisers, designed to give them the targeted reach at a scale required for effective online branding campaigns.
Posted Mar 04, 2005
FeedStream Inc., a provider of XML-based Web content management solutions, has announced an OEM partnership with the makers of native XML databases, Sleepycat Software. Under the agreement, FeedStream Inc. will embed Berkeley DB XML 2.0 in FLUiD CMS 4.5 Enterprise Edition.
Posted Mar 04, 2005
Spearhead Innovations, a technologies software and systems developer, has announced the introduction of the Enterprise Elucidator (LUCY). LUCY is designed to provide real-time information awareness to end-users in the commercial and government sectors by capturing, organizing, and displaying networked information from the user's point of view.
Posted Mar 04, 2005
Fast Search & Transfer (FAST), a developer of enterprise search and real-time alerting technologies, has announced the availability of FAST ProPublish, an enterprise search-based publication production management and delivery solution. FAST ProPublish, the latest Search Derivative Application (SDA) to leverage the FAST Enterprise Search Platform (FAST ESP), is designed to give professional and business publishers a powerful solution for gathering and processing data, resulting in the improved delivery of information to both online and off-line users.
Posted Mar 04, 2005
ProQuest Information and Learning has acquired ExploreLearning, producers of an online simulation library for math and science education. ExploreLearning operations will remain in Charlottesville, Virginia. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
Posted Mar 04, 2005
Yahoo! Inc. has announced the launch of the Yahoo! Search Developer Network a resource that is intended to provide developers with access to Web service application programming interfaces (APIs) to Yahoo! Search products and Overture's (which will be re-branded Yahoo! Search Marketing Solutions) API programs.
Posted Mar 04, 2005
IBM has made a series of announcements including a partnership with AT&T to offer a collaboration solution, plans to introduce a new solution bundle to deliver collaborative capabilities to small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs), and the unveiling of three new additions to its IBM Workplace Solutions portfolio.
Posted Mar 04, 2005
PM Solutions, a provider of project management consulting, training, and research, has announced that the latest version of its Web-enabled Project Management Community of Practice (PMCOP) methodology solution, which aligns with the latest industry standards contained within the Project Management Institute's Guide. The PMCOP is intended to provide Global 2000 organizations with a single source for hundreds of forms, templates, practices, and guidelines that can be applied immediately to improve project execution and operational efficiency.
Posted Mar 01, 2005
ClearForest, a provider of text-driven business intelligence solutions, has announced its product roadmap and strategic direction for 2005. In March, ClearForest will deliver a partner-ready version of its Text Analytics Platform and over the next ten months, plans to forge relationships with key enterprise partners to deliver a host of industry-specific unified business intelligence solutions.
Posted Mar 01, 2005
ProQuest Information and Learning, a provider of digital content from the 19th century, will digitize the full run of the British House of Commons Parliamentary Papers from 1801 to 1900 for release later this year. It will become part of ProQuest’s continuing program to support 19th-century scholarship, joining the Nineteenth Century Short Title Catalogue (NSTC), the bibliographic spine of the program, and other new resources.
Posted Mar 01, 2005
telerik, a Bulgarian vendor of software components for the Microsoft .NET platform, announced the launch of telerik Sitefinity, its Web Content Management System for ASP.NET, which uses "100% WYSIWYG site construction."
Posted Mar 01, 2005
LexisNexis U.S., a provider of legal, news and business information services, has launched a customizable start page called My Lexis to small law firms, corporate counsel, tax professionals, and federal agencies. The new page, a tab on the lexis.com service, allowis users to search multiple sources at once and customize the page with research components.
Posted Mar 01, 2005
Endeavor Information Systems has annouced the first general release of ENCompass for Journals OnSite (EJOS), its system for locally storing and providing a single point of access to electronic journal content from any publisher. EJOS allows libraries to locally load the full text journal content they license, and enable end users to search, browse, and view journal articles through one standard user interface.
Posted Mar 01, 2005
IXIASOFT, a provider of embeddable XML databases and search, has announced the availability of TEXTML Server 3.5. This new version builds on TEXTML Server's native XML storage and information retrieval technology and introduces new features designed to help OEM partners develop enterprise-scale content management solutions quickly and efficiently.
Posted Mar 01, 2005
Brightcove, Inc., has been unveiled as a new online television and video distribution company that will enable mainstream and emerging video content publishers and programmers can offer their products directly to consumers over the Internet. Jeremy Allaire, who was a co-founder of Allaire Corp (later sold to Macromedia), has gone public with his latest endeavor, an IP video startup called Brightcove formed to encourage democratization of video production and distribution. The Cambridge-based company was quietly founded in 2004 with a vision for the "transformation of television with the Internet."
Posted Mar 01, 2005
Blackwell Publishing has announced the launch of a new service, Online Open, which offers authors the opportunity to make their articles freely available to all users of the internet in perpetuity on payment of a publication fee. The new Online Open service will be on trial through to the end of 2006.
Posted Mar 01, 2005
The Fedora Project has announced the release of version 2.0 of its Fedora open-source digital repository software. New features include the ability to represent and query relationships among digital objects, XML encoding for Fedora digital objects, enhanced ingest and export interfaces for interoperability with other repository systems, enhanced administrative features, and improved documentation.
Posted Mar 01, 2005
NewsGator Technologies, Inc., an RSS software platform company, announced the launch of its partnership with VNU for distribution of NewsGator's Consumer and Business RSS services for seven countries throughout Europe. The partnership includes a local language co-branded RSS subscription service for the Web and Microsoft Outlook which will come pre-bundled with technology feeds from VNU and its partners.
Posted Mar 01, 2005
Fast Search & Transfer (FAST), a developer of enterprise search and real-time alerting technologies, has announced that National Instruments, a provider of virtual instrumentation, has selected and deployed FAST Data Search 360 to power the search capabilities of its newly unveiled corporate intranet and public facing Web site.
Posted Feb 25, 2005
Intranets.com, a provider of on-demand collaboration services, has formed a Customer Advisory Council to support product development initiatives. The new council, comprising more than 80 customers who volunteered to be part of the program, is intended to provide a new interactive forum for Intranets.com to meet the business demands of its customer base.
Posted Feb 25, 2005
T-Systems, a European provider of information and communications technology (ICT), and British DRM technology provider AegisDRM have announced a joint project to integrate AegisDRM's DRM technologies with existing T-Systems solutions.
Posted Feb 25, 2005
Publisher John Wiley & Sons, Inc., has announced the launch of a new sales model for its online book platform, Wiley InterScience OnlineBooks. Previously available only through subject-specific collections, Wiley InterScience OnlineBooks are now available through two options: the "One Time Fee Option" and the "Flexi-Subscription Option."
Posted Feb 25, 2005
JupiterResearch, a division of Jupitermedia Corporation, has releases a new report, "Vertical Search: Early Marketers Will Reap Rewards of Low Pricing," which projects that the search industry will develop in much the same way historical media markets before it have, with the broad-based search engines spawning a raft of vertical search engines dedicated to specific categories.
Posted Feb 25, 2005
Swets Information Services has launched a new version of SwetsWise Title Bank, a customized gateway for library resources that is part of Swets ejournals management drive. The SwetsWise Title Bank has undergone global beta testing conducted by members of Swets International Customer Advisory Board and other Swets customers.
Posted Feb 25, 2005
DigitalContainers Inc. and ePage International have teamed to provide a secure electronic publishing solution called SWIFT Reader that is intended to enable publishers to generate incremental revenue from archived material. The publishing solution is designed to duplicate the experience of reading print material online and also protect digital content regardless of the source.
Posted Feb 25, 2005
SignetX, Inc. has entered into a business and technology partnership with SealedMedia, a developer of document-level security solutions. The SignetX software-as-a-service business model is intended to allow individuals, departments, and enterprises to provide persistent protection to sensitive documents and intellectual property in the form of electronic files.
Posted Feb 25, 2005
Copernic has announced the availability of a new version (1.5) of its Copernic Desktop Search (CDS) product that is designed to fully support Mozilla Thunderbird, including indexing of Thunderbird emails, attachments, and contacts. Copernic has also announced support for indexing Eudora emails and attachments as well as new features based on feedback from users.
Posted Feb 25, 2005
Nsite, an on-demand business process automation company, has announced a partnership with WebEx Communications, Inc., a provider of on-demand Web meeting applications. Nsite and WebEx expect to allow customers of both companies to seamlessly switch between the two applications depending on their immediate needs as well as enable users to capture, track, and improve approval and review processes, and task assignments across the enterprise.
Posted Feb 25, 2005
Random House, Inc., a consumer book publisher, has announced that through Random House Ventures, L.L.C., its investment subsidiary, it has taken a significant minority stake in VOCEL, a wireless producer and content distributor. Two of Random House, Inc.'s other branded information imprints also announced separate but related licensing arrangements with VOCEL, enabling subscribers to access distinctive content from their mobile phones: Living Language, publisher of foreign-language self-study programs, and Prima Games, publisher of video game strategy guides.
Posted Feb 25, 2005
Vivisimo, a provider of intelligent clustering, search, and meta-search software for organizing search results, has announced that the University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences Library System, Effyis Inc. (BoardReader.com), the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), and FatWallet have adopted Vivisimo Velocity.
Posted Feb 22, 2005
Mirror Image Internet, a provider of content delivery solutions, has announced Recreational Equipment, Inc. (REI), a national retail cooperative providing outdoor gear and clothing, has selected Mirror Image to deliver high volumes of rich Web content to online customers nationwide.
Posted Feb 22, 2005
Adtec Digital recently became a member of the MPEG Industry Forum, an organization aiming to further the adoption of MPEG standards, by establishing them as accepted and widely used standards among creators of content, developers, manufacturers, providers of services, and end users. Adtec Digital designs and manufactures technology for digital television delivery, IP streaming, commercial insertion, and multimedia digital video applications.
Posted Feb 22, 2005
PixAlert, a software supplier that aims to protect firms' PCs from inappropriate and illegal images originating from any source, has announced the North American introduction of its flagship product, PixAlert Enterprise. The PixAlert Enterprise software suite delivers a multi-source image detection and analysis solution that is designed to provide comprehensive protection against inappropriate and illegal images originating from network entry points and PC add-ons.
Posted Feb 22, 2005
Outsell, Inc., a research and advisory firm, has released a HotTopics report entitled: Better, Faster, Cheaper - Technical Information at the Engineer's Desktop, in which Outsell Chief Analyst Leigh Watson Healy looks at the changing R&D landscape, how engineers are disrupting the information-delivery status quo, who's supplying the content they use, and how content providers can meet engineers at their point of need.
Posted Feb 22, 2005
DAX Solutions, a Los Angeles-based supplier of production asset management and creative collaboration solutions, has announced new features, including Rough Cut Manager. Built into existing systems already in use, and available to new users, Rough Cut Manager is designed to allow instant viewing of rough-cuts, trailers, promos, screeners, commercials, and more.
Posted Feb 22, 2005
Moreover Technologies, a provider of aggregated current awareness information from the Internet, and Factiva, a Dow Jones and Reuters Company and a provider of digital business content and services, have announced that Web content from Moreover will be integrated into the Factiva Insight line of media monitoring and reputation management solutions.
Posted Feb 22, 2005
MessageCast, Inc. has announced that its free LiveMessage alerting service is being used by podcasters as a way to let listeners know when a podcast is released. The RSS-compatible LiveMessage locates listeners on real-time networks then sends requested alerts to the best device--cell phone, PDA, PC desktop, or email. Podcasters using LiveMessage include The Rock and Roll Report, Hardcore Insomnia Radio, Michael Lehman, and Endurance Radio.
Posted Feb 22, 2005
Kintera Inc., a provider of software as a service to nonprofit organizations, has announced the launch of its Communities of Giving Web, which is designed to serve as a tool to drive new donors and volunteers to nonprofits. The Communities of Giving site features directories of charities, causes, and events, in an effort to attract consumers to the interactive area where they can connect with causes and organizations.
Posted Feb 22, 2005
ChoiceStream, Inc., a provider of personalization solutions for online consumer services, search services, eretailers, and iTV providers, has raised $7 million in a Series A financing round led by Cambridge, MA-based General Catalyst Partners. Proceeds will fund the expansion of engineering and development activities. ChoiceStream’s technology is designed to serve personalized content to users.
Posted Feb 22, 2005
The New York Times Company has reached an agreement to acquire About, Inc., an online consumer information provider, from Primedia Inc. in an all-cash transaction valued at approximately $410 million. The acquisition is subject to customary regulatory approvals and is expected to be completed late this quarter or early in the second quarter.
Posted Feb 22, 2005
The Wall Street Journal Online at WSJ.com, a paid subscription news site, and Outercurve Technologies, a provider of wireless handheld business solutions, have announced the launch of The Wall Street Journal Online for the BlackBerry platform from Research In Motion. To introduce "The Wall Street Journal for BlackBerry," Outercurve and the Online Journal are offering this service free of charge through April 30, 2005.
Posted Feb 18, 2005
Recommind, a provider of advanced text management systems for the corporate and federal markets, has teamed with Force 3 to offer GSA-approved schedule pricing (GS-35F-0785J). Force 3 is an information technology (IT) solutions provider that supplies an integrated set of products and services to help people better manage their network and bandwidth requirements.
Posted Feb 18, 2005
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