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For better or worse, publishers choosing an ejournal hosting provider today have many options and capabilities to choose from that weren’t available in the first generation. The rapidly changing landscape also means that publishers should reassess their ejournal delivery method to evaluate new opportunities every two to three years. The need to address rising user expectations, continual technological developments, and powerful new standards means every econtent provider in the library market can gain insights directed to journal publishers.

Posted Feb 03, 2004

CambridgeDocs has announced the Linux versions of its xDoc Content Transformation Server (xCTS).

Posted Jan 30, 2004

XyEnterprise, a developer of XML content management and enterprise publishing software, has announced that GEX, Incorporated (GEX), a service provider for commercial publishers of textbooks, journals, and reference materials, has implemented XyEnterprise's XML Professional Publisher (XPP) to automate its publishing operations.

Posted Jan 30, 2004

Ephox has introduced enhancements to their browser-based authoring software products - EditLive! for Windows 3.0 and EditLive! for Java 3.0.

Posted Jan 30, 2004

Arbortext has announced that NCCI Holdings, Inc. has selected its software to automate the process of capturing, assembling and publishing workers compensation information to NCCI constituents.

Posted Jan 27, 2004

ScholarOne, Inc. and The IEE (Institution of Electrical Engineers) have announced that Manuscript Central has been chosen for the society's 14 journals, including its Proceedings series.

Posted Jan 23, 2004

Infodata Systems Inc., a provider of IT solutions for content management, has announced the upcoming release of its next generation of the AnnoDoc content review application.

Posted Dec 12, 2003

Altova Inc., producer of the XMLSPY XML (eXtensible Mark-up Language) development environment, has announced the availability of its Professional Services offerings designed to speed the adoption of strategic XML applications.

Posted Dec 12, 2003

2003 has been the “year of content,” and 2004 promises even more excitement. By content I mean a “book-like collection of related information objects;” “book-like” because nearly all content carries some of the attributes of books.

Posted Dec 12, 2003

Syntext, Inc. has announced general availability of Serna, a WYSIWYG XML (extensible mark-up language) editor.

Posted Dec 09, 2003

XyEnterprise, a developer of XML content management and enterprise publishing software, has released version 1.1 of its XML Professional Publisher (XPP) Web Services Toolkit.

Posted Dec 09, 2003

Altova Inc., producer of the XMLSPY XML development environment, has extended its special introductory offer for MAPFORCE 2004 by continuing to include a free license with every purchase of XMLSPY 2004 Enterprise Edition.

Posted Dec 02, 2003

ProQuest Information and Learning has announced the launch of five bimonthly enewsletters for librarians and database users.

Posted Dec 02, 2003

Zinio Systems, Inc., a provider of digital magazine production, distribution, and circulation services, was selected by Popular Science, a science and technology magazine, to digitally produce and deliver its magazine globally.

Posted Dec 02, 2003

CambridgeDocs has announced its .NET API for incorporating unstructured content, including PDF files and other file formats, into custom .NET applications.

Posted Nov 25, 2003

Adobe Systems Incorporated has introduced Adobe Acrobat Elements Server, software that is designed to provide customers with greater control over the deployment and maintenance of Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) generation across the enterprise.

Posted Nov 25, 2003

INSCI Corp., a provider of enterprise content management (ECM) solutions, has announced the debut of its WebWare TransMedia Express service, an outsourced service enabling Adobe InDesign desktop publishing software users to automate the conversion of QuarkXpress documents into Adobe InDesign files.

Posted Nov 21, 2003

Each day, SMS.ac, Inc. surveys its registered members on a variety of issues and, according to a recent poll, worldwide mobile text communications are increasing in number and the 2004 outlook for the wireless industry appears promising.

Posted Nov 21, 2003

For nearly 10 years, Adobe Acrobat’s Portable Document Format (PDF) has remained the undisputed standard for visually-faithful electronic renditions of print documents. With such momentum, what more could Adobe do? Not rest on its laurels.

Posted Nov 19, 2003

Cessna Aircraft Company, a subsidiary of Textron Inc, has selected Arbortext software for the production of maintenance manuals, parts catalogs, and flight manuals in an effort to streamline the way their service organization creates and publishes information.

Posted Nov 14, 2003

Some still read for pleasure, but as a society, we are expected to ingest ever more information and, as such, seek the most expedient means to slurp up what we need to know. And, without a doubt, the browser/search engine combination has caused a tectonic shift in the way we expect to locate and consume the information we seek.

Posted Nov 03, 2003

OverDrive, Inc., a digital library solutions provider of eBooks that can be read on PCs and PDAs, has announced that over 150 publishers have joined its Digital Library Reserve.

Posted Oct 28, 2003

Belus Technology has announced the release of "XStandard", a commercially available WYSIWYG editor that is designed to meet the XHTML 1.1 specification adopted by W3C.

Posted Oct 14, 2003

NFAIS, a membership association for organizations that aggregate, organize, and facilitate access to information, has released a set of Guiding Principles with regard to reference linking, and is encouraging all those involved in any aspect of information creation and/or distribution to provide for such a capability in their products and services.

Posted Oct 10, 2003

iXmatch Inc., a provider of matching, searching, and analytics software, has announced that XIOtech Corporation, a storage networking pioneer, signed an agreement to license its search software.

Posted Oct 10, 2003

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