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EasyBib.com announced the launch of its new Cite widget, which allows websites to instantly generate citations for their web pages which users can add to bibliographies with a single click. With only a few lines of JavaScript, EasyBib can then generate citations in MLA, APA, and Chicago citation styles.
Posted Jun 24, 2010
SAS, a provider of business analytics software and services, has acquired Memex. Memex offers intelligence management solutions that help improve intelligence processes, enhance public safety, and prevent and deter crime, terrorism, and other threats.
Posted Jun 24, 2010
Lijit Networks, a provider of search and discovery tools for online publishers, announced it has closed a $6,000,000 financing round led by Foundry Group. Also participating were Boulder Ventures and Colorado Fund I, managed by High Country Venture. The new investment brings the total venture capital investment in the company since its launch in 2006 to $17,000,000.
Posted Jun 24, 2010
SAGE announced the launch of a new online resource designed to link topical articles from across the 560 journals hosted online on SAGE's online platform, SAGE Journals Online. The new tool, SAGE Insight, draws material from both new content and archives.
Posted Jun 22, 2010
Financial Markets Framework, a new technology platform aimed at designed to help financial services firms manage data and transaction volumes generated by capital markets around the world. Financial Markets Framework, an open standards-based technology platform, is designed to increase speed and security while lowering latency and the need for monitoring and involvement.
Posted Jun 22, 2010
Quark lifted the curtain on its new publishing strategy, called Digital Publishing 2.0. The initiative includes new versions of QuarkXPress, Quark Publishing System, and Quark XML Author, aimed at enabling users to create interactive content from color touchscreen devices without any knowledge of programming languages.
Posted Jun 22, 2010
CDC Software Corporation announced the availability of CDC Pivotal Social CRM 6.0, the latest version of its customer relationship management (CRM) application. CDC Pivotal Social CRM is designed to help companies identify leads, gather sales intelligence, and improve customer service through social media.
Posted Jun 22, 2010
Elsevier announced a new pilot peer review program for Chemical Physics Letters that allows reviewers to choose which entries to review. The new system, called PeerChoice, will initially run for 3 months.
Posted Jun 22, 2010
Information security firm Cadre Computer Resources Co. joined forces with Quaresso Software Technologies to offer a browser information protection solution. The program, Protect on Q, uses a web-based integration management console to engage security protocols around their users to protect sensitive information.
Posted Jun 22, 2010
Version 2.0 of Cambridge Semantics' Anzo platform is now available. Anzo 2.0 is a semantic technology application development suite designed to help businesses discover, integrate, analyze, and report on information contained within the enterprise without reliance on IT.
Posted Jun 22, 2010
Barnes & Noble, Inc., in attempt to gain an advantage in the increasingly-crowded e-reader market, announced the addition of the nook Wi-Fi to the company's line of products. The nook Wi-Fi will be the least expensive Barnes & Noble e-reader, at $149.
Posted Jun 22, 2010
Online newspaper The Huffington Post announced its first corporate acquisition, taking on Adaptive Semantics, the maker of JuLiA, a program that uses Bayesian algorithms to automatically moderate comments. For a publication as popular and community-oriented as The Huffington Post, the value of being able to automatically, simply, and effectively police its comment boards is considerable.
Posted Jun 22, 2010
A new volume from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) examines challenges associated with the transition of research collections from an analog to a digital environment for knowledge access, preservation, and reconstitution. In the report, CLIR president Charles Henry suggests that the transition to digital is altering the way we process information, Lisa Spiro and Geneva Henry of Rice University examine the feasibility of an all-digital research library, and Paul Courant of the University of Michigan and Matthew "Buzzy" Nielsen of the North Bend Public Library in Oregon examine the economics of storing and providing access to print volumes.
Posted Jun 22, 2010
Manta, a business profile company focusing on small businesses, announced a new website design that simplifies navigation. The company also also announced the launch of its New Business Select feature, which gives subscribers information on new businesses in a weekly digest format. The new business information is gleaned from city, state, and national sources.
Posted Jun 17, 2010
Copyright Clearance Center announced a sales representative agreement with Reprints Desk. The agreement will allow Reprints Desk to serve as an authorized sales representative for Rightsphere, a CCC-validated rights management tool used to access current and complete CCC license data and re-use permissions.
Posted Jun 17, 2010
According to a survey conducted by the Special Libraries Association and Dow Jones, 41% of researchers believe that business decisions based on poor information from the internet are becoming a major problem. The survey concluded that this can lead to negative decisions and missed business opportunities.
Posted Jun 17, 2010
Sitecore launched a new product that helps marketers track and manage email campaigns. Sitecore Email Campaign Manager is a customer engagement solution that extends the functions of the Sitecore CMS and Online Marketing Suite by giving users advanced customer tracking and targeting functionality, as well as integrated email management and integration with CRM systems.
Posted Jun 17, 2010
Altus, a developer of enterprise video search solutions, announced the release of vSearch Mobile, a SaaS video solution that lets users store, manage, and create searchable rich media from virtually any source. The app is designed for mobile devices such as the iPad, iPhone, Blackberry, and Android-based handsets, and was engineered to help companies organize and share knowledge.
Posted Jun 17, 2010
Thomson Reuters today released a new version of EndNote for Windows, a bibliographic management and publishing solution used by millions of researchers, librarians, and students. EndNote X4 lets researchers import and search PDF files, as well as take advantage of new Cite While You Write features that automatically links in-text citations to Microsoft Word bibliographies.
Posted Jun 17, 2010
IBM announced a definitive agreement to acquire Coremetrics, a developer of web analytics software. Coremetrics is a privately held company based in San Mateo, CA, which delivers web analytics capabilities to more than 2,100 brands in industries such as retail, financial services, media, and publishing. Their clients include Bank of America, Holiday Inn, PETCO, and Office Depot.
Posted Jun 17, 2010
OCLC and the National Diet Library (NDL) signed an agreement to make more than 5 million records from NDL more visible and accessible to scholars and researchers worldwide through WorldCat. This new agreement provides for the contribution of the complete contents of the JAPAN/MARC database, the official national bibliography of Japan, to WorldCat on a regular basis.
Posted Jun 15, 2010
Huddle, a provider of intercompany collaboration in the cloud, is launching its BlackBerry application. Huddle's BlackBerry app gives people full access to document sharing, project tasks, discussions, and whiteboards, as well as a complete view of the user's personalized dashboard
Posted Jun 15, 2010
The Association for Information and Dissemination Centers (ASIDIC) Board has expressed interest regarding a potential merger with the National Federation of Advanced Information Services (NFAIS), a sister organization founded in 1968 that shares many of the same members. The move follows an April recommendation by the ASIDIC Board of Directors that the organization be dissolved, and a subsequent proposal for merger from the NFAIS.
Posted Jun 15, 2010
Deep Web Technologies released details about its multilingual translation capability using its federated search application. WorldWideScience.org, the international science portal, is the first application to be deployed with the technology.
Posted Jun 15, 2010
Virtify announced the upcoming release of its clinical trials registration and results software product, CTRR Enterprise 2.0. Part of the Virtify Enterprise Content Compliance (ECC) software suite, CTRR Enterprise 2.0 is a compliance and disclosure solution that automates the validation of more than 5,200 built-in rules derived from www.clinicaltrials.gov, the FDAAA-mandated repository for clinical trials registration and results.
Posted Jun 15, 2010
Teradata Corporation, SAP. and Capgemini announced the release of Teradata Intellectual Property Rights Insight, a new centralized content licensing rights and performance analysis solution. The software provides entertainment studios a central management location for numerous dimensions of intellectual property rights, including availabilities, contract expiration, and current title performance.
Posted Jun 15, 2010
Forbes Media announced that Investopedia, the company's financial education web site, is being offered for sale. The Edmonton-based firm was acquired by Forbes Media in 2007 and offers financial and investor education through a financial dictionary with over 9,000 terms used in personal finance, banking, and accounting.
Posted Jun 15, 2010
News Corp. announced the acquisition of Skiff, an electronic reading platform developed by the Hearst Corporation. Financial terms of the Skiff acquisition were not disclosed, but come on the heels of News Corp.'s continued moves towards monetizing its digital content. The company also announced a significant investment in Journalism Online.
Posted Jun 15, 2010
Baker & Taylor and LibreDigital, Inc. announced an expanded agreement to partner for the delivery of ebooks. The two companies are introducing a new digital services platform that includes books, newspapers, and magazines, and such digital devices as the Baker & Taylor-powered Blio e-reader software and Apple's iPad.
Posted Jun 15, 2010
Cision, a provider of software and tools for news and public relations organizations, announced the debut of CisionWire, a news service for the U.S. Member companies can post releases to a search-optimized site with thousands of media subscribers and distribute news to media outlets around the world. Posting of releases and video to CisionWire is free for a 60-day introductory period.
Posted Jun 10, 2010
Informa Healthcare unveiled plans to redesign and add recently published book content to its website. Set to go live in July, the new site will deliver more than 170 journals and approximately 600 online books, all searchable from the same platform.
Posted Jun 10, 2010
Fishbowl Solutions is expanding its Portal Integration Suite to support Oracle's latest 11g release of their ECM Suite. Fishbowl, a Minneapolis-based software and consulting company, specializes in producing programs for Oracle ECM products.
Posted Jun 10, 2010
LexisNexis and Augure, a provider of enterprise reputation management (ERM) solutions, joined forces to introduce a web-based application for PR professionals managing corporate reputations.LexisNexis Analytics, which automates sentiment analysis and ratings, is now integrated with Augure's campaign and workflow tools, ComSuite and ComDecision.
Posted Jun 10, 2010
Oracle announced the availability of Oracle Enterprise Content Management Suite 11g, a new offering designed to help customers reduce costs, increase efficiency, and improve content security. Oracle Enterprise Content Management Suite 11g consists of Oracle Universal Content Management 11g and Oracle Universal Records Management 11g, which are just recently available, and Oracle Imaging and Process Management 11g and Oracle Information Rights Management 11g, which were announced in February.
Posted Jun 10, 2010
The newest incarnation of Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware, version 5.0, is now available. Tiki 5.0 features 3,129 code contributions by more than 40 members of the Tiki community.
Posted Jun 10, 2010
IBM's Lotus messaging and collaboration software will be coming to the world's hottest new mobile gadget: the Apple iPad. Lotus Notes customers can download the new software, IBM Lotus Notes Traveler, for no charge, and get two-way, over-the-air synchronization of email, calendar, and contact between Lotus Domino servers and mobile devices, including the iPad
Posted Jun 10, 2010
Social media company Demand Media unveiled the beta release of its Talent & Expert Network. The network represents a new angle for Demand Media, which seeks to add new personalities to the company's content creation mission.
Posted Jun 10, 2010
Ingram's Lightning Source Inc. announced an expansion of its work with PediaPress, an organization that provides users with tools to create customized books from wiki content. According to the agreement, Lightning Source will support the PediaPress Create a Book custom book feature on the English language Wikipedia site with book manufacturing and distribution.
Posted Jun 10, 2010
Sitrof Technologies and Content Circles announced DocExchange, a secure peer-to-peer document exchange platform. Content Circles and Sitrof collaborated on the project, with each company contributing technology and software.
Posted Jun 10, 2010
The French 3D and product lifecycle management (PLM) provider Dassault Systèmes (DS) announced the acquisition of Exalead, a provider of search platforms and search-based applications (SBA) for consumer and business users. The deal is worth approximately €135 million (about $161.8 million).
Posted Jun 10, 2010
Autonomy Corporation plc, a provider of infrastructure software, and CA Technologies have announced Autonomy's intention to acquire CA Technologies Information Governance business. Terms of the sale were not disclosed. CA Technologies Information Governance employees will join Autonomy.
Posted Jun 10, 2010
Have you ever lain awake at night, wishing for an online forum to debate the merits of Ben Jonson vis-à-vis Christopher Marlowe? If so, ProQuest has the answer to your prayers.
Posted Jun 08, 2010
IT services provider Sogeti announced the debut of the company's new global Mobile Solutions Lab (MSL). The MSL's first round of apps, now available, are now being delivered for free.
Posted Jun 08, 2010
A new company, CityGrid Media, opened for business, replacing the former Citysearch, LLC. The newly-named company aims to provide local advertising organizations to web and mobile publishers through its CityGrid network. CityGrid aggregates more than 700,000 localized paying advertisers from sites like DexKnows.com, and reaches 140 million internet users through various connections.
Posted Jun 08, 2010
Hoover's, Inc. issued several updates to version 3.0 of its Access Hoover's CRM app. The program, available on salesforce.com's AppExchange 2, allows salesforce.com's clients access to 65 million companies and 85 million contacts for targeted prospecting and strategic intelligence.
Posted Jun 08, 2010
Kno, Inc. unveiled its digital textbook and dynamic learning platform specifically designed for college students. Kno, a two-panel touchscreen tablet, is engineered to support textbooks, course material, note-taking, web access, educational applications, digital media, sharing and more.
Posted Jun 08, 2010
Lexink, a film production, information technology, and advertising company, announced the establishment of its new digital media resale tool. UNLODER, the platform in question, is designed to allow digital media venders to sell their wares at a lower price, helping to eliminate the temptation for customers to resort to downloading material illegally.
Posted Jun 08, 2010
Comtex News Network, Inc.'s stockholders approved a 1-for-1,000 reverse stock split of the Company's common stock and the cashout of stockholders holding fewer than 1,000 shares. The proposals needed the support of 90% of the company's shareholders in order to pass.
Posted Jun 08, 2010
Technology publisher Ziff Davis Media has been acquired by former Time Inc. executive Vivek Shah in partnership with Boston-based Great Hill Partners. According to The Wall Street Journal, Shah and his partners paid in the neighborhood of $150 million for the company.
Posted Jun 08, 2010
Less than one month after the May 12 introduction of its Real Real-Time ID Service, a platform for real-time identification of business web traffic, Demandbase, Inc. has announced the product's first significant integration partnership. Demandbase and LivePerson Inc., a provider of online engagement solutions that facilitate real-time assistance and expert advice, are teaming up to provide a new application on the LivePerson Business Application Platform that combines real-time business identification with Web chat.
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