At first glance, content globalization may be seen as a cost rather than in investment. This short-term and misleading view should be challenged and used as inspiration to execute goals on time and on budget. One way to turn digital globalization from a cost center into a profit driver in the mind of stakeholders—and in everyday content operations—is to deliver highly engaging and demand generating content.
Venetica, a provider of content integration software, has announced that the U.S. operations of Sun Life Financial has selected VeniceBridge for content integration.
Posted Nov 01, 2002
RealNetworks, Inc. has announced that Helix DNA Client source code is now available to developers in the Helix Community.
WAM!NET Government Services (WAM!NET) has announced its addition to the CSC-led Groundbreaker IT contract for the National Security Agency (NSA).
Posted Oct 18, 2002
Speedera Networks Inc. has announced that Hoover’s, Inc. has selected Speedera’s content delivery network (CDN) in an effort to enhance delivery performance of its Hoover’s Online Web content.
China Daily, the only national English-language newspaper in the People's Republic of China, has launched its digital delivery service in partnership with NewsStand, Inc., a provider of digital publishing and delivery solutions.
Posted Oct 15, 2002
F5 Networks, Inc., a provider of Internet Traffic Management (ITM) products, has formed an alliance with Network Appliance, a provider of network storage solutions, to provide customers with feature-rich enterprise content delivery network (ECDN) solutions.
Posted Oct 11, 2002
Metaverse Corporation, a developer of net-native enterprise software, has announced the launch of a new version of its hosted Web content management software, Metaverse Content Server Small Business Edition (SBE).
Posted Oct 08, 2002
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Posted Mar 01, 2002
Napster has been clobbered by the courts, and its cousins are finding it equally tough to continue on as legal assaults mounted by the record industry have exacted a bloody body count. But here's the chewy paradox: P2P definitely is not dead, and, apparently, neither is irony. P2P, in the form of more robust applications aside from simply file trading, is poised to become a vital technology in the enterprise.
Posted Jan 01, 2002
On broadcast TV, NBC has hit a home run with "The Weakest Link"—a top-rated quiz show differentiated from most in the genre by a brutal pace and an acerbic host. Capturing the cut-throat flavor of the TV show in its online edition is just the start of Spiderdance's challenges. It also has to capture lots of eyeballs and, most importantly of all, it needs to prove that there are dollars in these cyber counterparts to hit TV shows.
Posted Dec 01, 2001
Given the fate of some early broadband business models, and the slower-than-anticipated deployment of broadband in general, today's managers pinning their hopes on the convergence of voice, video, and data networking technology might agree.
Posted Aug 01, 2001