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Information-security problems caused by metadata, like the Pentagon fiasco from last spring, are becoming a pressing issue for the government and many corporations, are concerned that may transform the way information is shared online. The National Security Agency (NSA)—charged with protecting U.S. government information systems and producing foreign signals intelligence

Posted Apr 13, 2006

The “badware” problem—the plague of viruses, Trojan horses, worms, spyware, adware, and similar applications that hurt business and consumers alike—has become so pervasive that three major technology companies, two universities, and a consumer’s watchdog group have banded together in an attempt to deter these malicious software programs.

Posted Apr 10, 2006

LexisNexis U.S., a provider of information and services solutions, and Newstex, a Content On Demand company, have announced an alliance to deliver Newstex Blogs On Demand via the LexisNexis online service.

Posted Apr 07, 2006

CrownPeak, a software service provider of content management, has announced it secured $4.25M in funding from Sigma Partners and Altos Ventures.

Posted Apr 07, 2006

Welcome to an on-demand nation, an emerging Web where users don’t just demand content, they also define its value in unanticipated ways. From the simplest of Web Services, RSS, to advanced database publishing and even APIs that let users drill into your content repository, the emerging service orientation model argues that users not only provide the demand for content but also provide its value.

Posted Apr 07, 2006

Patrick Spain, CEO of HighBeam Research (and one of the first to recognize the value of online information services) talks with EContent editor Michelle Manafy about user expectations of content flexibility… and how content companies can really deliver.

Posted Apr 06, 2006

MediaSpan, a provider of digital content management, online marketing, and national advertising solutions for local media properties, has announced that it has renamed its Harris & Baseview unit as MediaSpan Media Software and that the newly branded unit will offer extended product lines that integrate print, online, and wireless solutions for publishers.

Posted Apr 04, 2006

Sony Electronics and Borders, Inc., have announced an agreement to make the Sony Reader--a reading device for ebooks and text documents--available through about 200 Borders stores nationwide.

Posted Apr 04, 2006

Adobe Systems Incorporated has announced the Adobe PDF Print Engine, printing software technology that can output Portable Document Format (PDF) files that include complex designs and effects, such as transparency.

Posted Apr 04, 2006

Stratacache and Media Publisher Inc. have announced a partnership that will deliver a complete video publishing system for enterprises of all sizes.

Posted Mar 28, 2006

For years, the ebook industry has been trying to bring ebooks into the mainstream, but hardware issues with the reader devices have held back widespread adoption. This could change this year when Sony debuts its reader featuring E Ink screen technology this Spring.

Posted Mar 28, 2006

NotePage, Inc. has announced a new RSS Scripts Directory.

Posted Mar 24, 2006

GUBA has added a new video upload and sharing service, GUBA Upload, to its entertainment content site, which currently hosts more than 20,000 videos.

Posted Mar 21, 2006

Digital asset management provider Xinet, Inc. has announced its new Uploader tool and an upgrade to Xinet Web Native, an asset management solution designed for metadata-driven DAM and PDF workflows.

Posted Mar 21, 2006

PodTech.Network, Inc., a media company dedicated to podcasting and delivering Fresh Voices, has announced that it has received $5.5 million in Series A funding from Venrock Associates, US Venture Partners (USVP), and Silicon Valley angel investors.

Posted Mar 21, 2006

Intacct Corporation, a provider of on-demand ERP, has announced that its partner network, the Trusted Advisor Program, is expanding with on-demand applications for content management, eprocurement, document delivery, and outsourcing relationship management.

Posted Mar 17, 2006

NewsGator Technologies, Inc., a RSS platform company, has announced that it has expanded its mobile portfolio with new RSS aggregators for Windows Mobile and J2ME-enabled devices.

Posted Mar 17, 2006

Everypoint, a mobile content provider, has announced that it has secured $10 million in a second round of funding led by Venrock Associates.

Posted Mar 17, 2006

Mark Logic Corporation has announced that it has partnered with Spectrum Systems, Inc. of Fairfax, Va., a provider of business process and system optimization solutions, to offer MarkLogic Server to Spectrum Systems' General Services Administrations (GSA) schedule (GS-35F-5192G).

Posted Mar 14, 2006

PreFound.com has introduced site improvements designed to give users the ability to manually post tagged links, access RSS feeds from topic experts and keywords, and import existing links from other sites.

Posted Mar 14, 2006

Infostoria Inc., an enterprise content integration provider, has announced the general availability of its Content Integration Suite.

Posted Mar 14, 2006

Microsoft Corporation has announced the acquisition of the assets of Onfolio, Inc., a privately held, Cambridge, Mass.-based Internet research and information management provider.

Posted Mar 10, 2006

The SoftInform company has released a new version of the system for full-text search and similar documents search in SearchInform 2.0.

Posted Mar 07, 2006

Telestream,a provider of automated media encoding and delivery solutions, and Tarari Inc., an acceleration company, have announced that Telestream is now offering the Tarari Encoder Accelerator for Windows Media with two of its digital media solutions, Telestream FlipFactory and Telestream MAP.

Posted Mar 03, 2006

The New Yorker was interested in providing a complete archive of its magazine to its readers, and was intent on also providing a disc-based product. Through a truly collaborative process with Bondi Digital Publishing and Lizard Tech, The New Yorker produced a beautifully packaged eight-DVD collection that includes a search database, abstracts, issue-by-issue tables of contents, and the cover art for each issue.

Posted Mar 03, 2006

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