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Composite Software, Inc. has released its newest Composite Application Data Services for SAP Business Information Warehouse (BW).

Posted Nov 10, 2006

Attunity, Ltd, a provider of enterprise-class software for application and data integration, has released the Attunity Integration Suite, (AIS 5.0).

Posted Oct 24, 2006

CambridgeDocs, a provider of document re-purposing solutions, has announced support for ACORD XML standards throughout its product line.

Posted Oct 20, 2006

Volantis, a supplier of Intelligent Content Adaptation solutions for the Mobile Information Age, has announced the availability of Volantis' Mobile Content Framework 4.0.

Posted Oct 13, 2006

Sun Microsystems Inc., a creator and advocate of Java technology, and Laszlo Systems, Inc., a developer of OpenLaszlo, an open source rich internet development platform, have announced a collaboration to enable OpenLaszlo applications to run on devices supporting the Java Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME) application.

Posted Oct 13, 2006

EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO), provider of point-of-care reference and medical research products such as DynaMed, CINAHL, and Health Library, offers hospitals and medical practices a means of integrating EBSCO resources with any Electronic Health or Medical Record (EHR or EMR) system.

Posted Oct 10, 2006

ClearStory Systems, Inc., a provider of contemporary digital asset management (DAM) solutions, has announced that it will offer a web services interface for its digital media services platform, Enterprise Media Server (EMS).

Posted Oct 10, 2006

ClearForest Corp. has launched the beta release of Semantic Web Services-1, the first in a series of web services developed to deliver the value of the semantic web.

Posted Oct 06, 2006

Nokia has announced WidSets, a phone manufacturer-independent Web 2.0 service, that automatically multicasts preferred RSS feeds and user-generated content.

Posted Oct 06, 2006

Quasar Technologies has announced NUQLEO, an AJAX-based enterprise content collaboration solution, incorporating real-time publishing tools.

Posted Oct 03, 2006

Altova, the creator of XMLSpy and other XML, data management, UML, and Web services tools, has announced the availability of DatabaseSpy 2007, a multi-database data management, query, and design tool that connects to all major databases.

Posted Sep 22, 2006

KDDI R&D Laboratories has developed XEUS (XML document encoding with uniformed sheet), software for encoding XML data at a high compression rate and decoding it on a handset using low-power memory.

Posted Sep 12, 2006

XMetaL, a provider of XML content creation and collaboration solutions, has announced the formation of its Content Lifecycle Solutions Practice to deliver knowledge in the strategy, planning, design, and implementation of content lifecycle processes and technology.

Posted Sep 01, 2006

Nexaweb Technologies, Inc., provider of a standards-based platform for building and deploying Enterprise Web 2.0 (EW2.0) applications, has announced the availability of Nexaweb Studio 2.4--the latest version of its Eclipse-based Integrated Development Environment (IDE) toolset.

Posted Aug 25, 2006

Ovidius has announced that it will provide a trial version of XMetaL Author DITA Edition, which can be downloaded free of charge on the Ovidius homepage.

Posted Aug 22, 2006

Idiom Technologies, Inc. and Justsystems, Inc. have announced an OEM agreement that will enable XMetaL, a Justsystems company and a provider of XML content creation and collaboration solutions, to offer Idiom WorldServer to XMetaL customers.

Posted Aug 04, 2006

Auto-Graphics, Inc., a technology provider of library automation solutions, has announced a product collaboration with Thomson ResearchSoft, a global provider in providing integrated information solutions to business and professional customers.

Posted Aug 01, 2006

Justsystems Corporation, an independent software provider in Japan, has announced that xfy Enterprise Solution for IBM DB2 9, an XML information solutions builder, is being made available in a trial version prior to the general release of the product scheduled for later this year.

Posted Aug 01, 2006

A subtle shift is occurring in the way we value and manage our office content—those files that constitute 80% of the investments we all make in our mainstream office work: text documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. Today there are tremendous legal pressures to ensure that we abide by various mandated schedules to keep documents as long as the law requires (but no longer). On the flip side, practices are emerging to selectively destroy many of our documents that we need not keep at all. Destruction provides a measure of protection from widely cast subpoena nets.

Posted Jul 31, 2006

Avalara, a provider of on-demand, web-based sales tax compliance services, has announced the launch of TaxRegions Online for merchants with a ProStores web store.

Posted Jul 07, 2006

Tim Bray, one of the co-creators of XML who is currently the Director of Web Technologies at Sun Microsystems, speaks with EContent magazine's editor, Michelle Manafy, about the power and promise of XML--including RSS and Web Services.

Posted Jun 30, 2006

Kofax, an information capture vendor, has announced support for Oracle’s content and records management technology products, Oracle Content Database (Oracle Content DB) and Oracle Records Database (Oracle Records DB).

Posted Jun 27, 2006

Mobius Management Systems, Inc., a provider of integrated solutions for content and records management, has announced the release of version 3.1 of Total Content Integrator (TCI), a web services-based facility that provides access to disparate content repositories, databases, file systems, and email applications.

Posted Jun 27, 2006

Mapsolute Inc., an Internet mapping provider and creator of "Map24", has announced it is offering a free Map24 (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) AJAX API to integrate advanced mapping technology into websites.

Posted Jun 13, 2006

One of the great things about technical journalism is getting to talk to the people who are making the tools of tomorrow and thus changing the way we work. It’s also an opportunity to take the tools out for a spin. In this issue, I do my first comparative review of content-creation software XML Author and Developer tools.

Posted Jun 13, 2006