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LookSmart, an online media and technology company, has unveiled LookSmart Solutions for Publishers, a customizable publisher set of content, services, and technology designed to augment online audience and revenue-building efforts currently in place.

Posted Jun 21, 2005

Njini, Inc., an asset management company, has announced the launch of the company globally.

Posted Jun 17, 2005

Mediasurface, a content management provider, has announced the launch of version 5.2 of its content management suite.

Posted Jun 17, 2005

FileNet Corporation, a provider of Enterprise Content and Business Process Management solutions, has introduced FileNet P8 Active Storage and Retrieval services, a technology capability of its FileNet P8 Enterprise Content Management platform and the main element of the Company's strategy in an attempt to provide customers with an approach to the policy-driven movement of content throughout its storage lifecycle, also known as Information Lifecycle Management.

Posted Jun 17, 2005

OCLC will begin a pilot project later this month designed to make it easier library staff and patrons to find and use full-text electronic journals in library collections.

Posted Jun 17, 2005

Verity Inc. has announced that Siemens Power Generation Group, has implemented Verity K2 Enterprise advanced search, classification and recommendation software to manage content on its intranet and extranet Web sites.

Posted Jun 14, 2005

StorageTek, a provider for storing and managing critical business information, has introduced IntelliStore, an archive and compliance solution.

Posted Jun 14, 2005

North Plains Systems Corp., a provider of digital asset management software and solutions, has announced that TeleScope Enterprise, its digital asset management application, will now support Tiger Server and Xsan, Apple’s 64-bit cluster file system for Xserve RAID storage hardware.

Posted Jun 14, 2005

Deep Web Technologies, a provider of search technology software and solutions, has announced the launch of the Beta version of ScienceResearch.com.

Posted Jun 14, 2005

Endeca, a provider of Guided Navigation, Search, and Analysis solutions, has announced that Ace Hardware has selected the Endeca ProFind search and navigation platform designed to help store employees find and order products from across the hardware chain’s collective, nationwide inventory.

Posted Jun 10, 2005

PolyVision Corporation, a Steelcase Company and provider of visual communication products, has announced a patent pending product that may enhance the visual communications industry.

Posted Jun 10, 2005

Factiva, a Dow Jones and Reuters Company, has announced the availability of Factiva Portal Services, a set of Web Parts with Factiva content, designed to enable IT managers to integrate business intelligence into Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003.

Posted Jun 10, 2005

The Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information has announced the completion of Phase 1 of its Competitive Technical Intelligence Portal project.

Posted Jun 07, 2005

UserLand Software has announced the release of a new version of its Manila Web site and Weblog publishing system.

Posted Jun 07, 2005

Composite Software, the Enterprise Information Integration (EII) leader, has released its newest product Composite Application Views.

Posted Jun 07, 2005

Centennial Software, a developer of IT asset discovery and security management solutions, has announced the release of Discovery 2005, the latest release of its solution for network inventory and IT asset management.

Posted Jun 07, 2005

LexisNexis U.S., a provider of legal, news, and business information services, has announced the launch of a new taxonomy program that allows companies to license proprietary LexisNexis taxonomies and access expert consulting services.

Posted Jun 07, 2005

To paraphrase Martin Scorsese's Taxi Driver: "We all gotta get organizized." Otherwise, how will our Web site team know where to put all our content?

Posted Jun 07, 2005

I have been reading about the value of knowledge management for years. The underlying idea is an appealing one—not only do all of us collectively know more than any of us individually, but when we combine our knowledge, we can glean additional information not apparent to any of us. So often, though, KM initiatives fail to take off, or at least fail to revolutionize the workplace in the ways promised by evangelists. My hunch has been that there have been two major stumbling blocks.

Posted Jun 07, 2005

Endeavor Information Systems, a provider of library management software, has announced the first general release of Endeavor Meridian, an electronic resource management system.

Posted Jun 03, 2005

Sequence, a software company specializing in the creation of knowledge portals, and DistinctHorizon, creator of the document management software MxDoc, are joining forces to develop Web Semantic portals for the SME market.

Posted Jun 03, 2005

SchemaLogic, a provider of enterprise metadata and taxonomy management software, has announced that it has partnered with Intellisophic, a leading publisher of taxonomic content, to deliver a comprehensive taxonomy solution to global 1000 companies.

Posted Jun 03, 2005

BrightPlanet Corporation has announced the release of version 3.0 of the Deep Federation Portal (DFP) with Management Center.

Posted Jun 03, 2005

What goes on in some people’s minds? On an April business trip to the Buying & Selling eContent show (BSeC) in toasty Arizona, I got stranded in a blizzard in Colorado. Surrounded by 40,000 other travelers in various states of distress, I found myself wondering why some come together during difficult experiences and pool resources and knowledge to better the situation while others turn competitive and adversarial, hoarding both assets and information.

Posted Jun 01, 2005

Open Text Corporation, a provider of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) software, said that the San Diego Blood Bank will extend its Livelink ECM solution to improve information access and blood ordering processes, and to help meet regulatory requirements.

Posted May 31, 2005

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