Context Media Teams With Sun Microsystems

Apr 08, 2003


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Context Media, Inc., an enterprise content integration software and solution provider, has announced the integration of the Context Media Interchange Suite with Sun Microsystems' Sun ONE Portal Server 6. The integration is intended to help organizations tackle content complexity in their businesses by accelerating their enterprise content integration initiatives and by providing end users with a simple and scalable way to discover, access, and use digital content. Interchange Suite and the Sun One Portal Server are built on open standards and use Web services in order to provide access and management of all forms of enterprise content, including rich media, text files, and structured data. The combination of the solutions allows businesses to aggregate digital content stored in multiple repositories and systems around an enterprise and present it to users through a single interface. The Interchange Suite creates a virtual framework of an organization's distributed content repositories, presenting a unified view of enterprise content regardless of location, application, or file type. The Sun ONE Portal Server serves as the primary interface and presentation layer through which individual users access and view the content. The Sun ONE Directory Server provides users an enhanced security solution through user, policy, identity management and single sign-on capabilities.

Additionally, Context Media has joined the iForce Content Network, a Sun Microsystems' initiative that provides the tools, resources, and services for ISV, SI, and reseller partners to build, deploy, and market content and knowledge management solutions on the Sun platform.

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