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MSN has announced a beta version of its new MSN Search service and Microsoft Corp. has also announced the Solutions Sharing Network (SSN).

Posted Nov 12, 2004

GeoLearning, Inc., a provider of ASP-hosted human capital management and development (HCMD) solutions, has announced that its learning management system has been selected by Arbitron, Inc. in an effort to consolidate learning content from several vendors onto a single, centralized platform for employee development.

Posted Nov 09, 2004

Extensis Inc. has announced the immediate availability of an update to Portfolio 7, its DAM solution, offering new and updated SQL connect modules for Microsoft SQL, Microsoft MSDE, MySQL, and Oracle databases.

Posted Nov 09, 2004

Enigma Inc., a provider of aftermarket service and support technology, and IBM, an information technology company, have announced that IBM has integrated the Enigma 3C Platform into its Automotive Dealer Collaboration offering.

Posted Nov 09, 2004

CourseForum Technologies has announced the immediate availability of ProjectForum 4.0, an update to its Web-based software that is designed to provide professional and easy-to-use online workspaces for a team's work and collaboration.

Posted Nov 09, 2004

EMC Corporation has announced the immediate availability of EMC Documentum ApplicationXtender 5.2, a content management suite for fixed content, optimized for Windows/.NET environments.

Posted Nov 09, 2004

FatWire Software, a provider of content management solutions for deploying content-centric applications, and Element 115, a systems integrator and solutions company specializing in healthcare, have teamed together to create eHealth Accelerator.

Posted Nov 09, 2004

FaceTime Communications, a provider of solutions intended to secure, manage, and extend IM and P2P applications, has announced two security initiatives.

Posted Nov 09, 2004

FinancialContent, Inc., a provider of financial data and business applications to online media and financial services companies, has entered into a licensing agreement with IPOX Schuster LLC.

Posted Nov 05, 2004

RedDot Solutions, a provider of enterprise content management (ECM) solutions, has announced a formal partnership with the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology FIT to offer and continue development of the enhanced RedDot Web Compliance Manager.

Posted Nov 05, 2004

INSCI, a provider of enterprise content management (ECM) solutions, has unveiled its new corporate name, ClearStory Systems, and announced the Radiant Content Suite, a suite of enterprise solutions built on the company's content management technology.

Posted Nov 05, 2004

Over the last three years, mergers and acquisitions have become de rigueur in the ECM market as major players in the space strive to broaden the definition of enterprise content management, especially through the addition of digital asset capabilities. In 2001, Bulldog Group—a Canadian company that specialized in DAM—was acquired by Documentum. Interwoven signed an agreement in June of 2003 to acquire MediaBin. Less than two months later, in August of 2003, Stellent followed suit and purchased DAM vendor Ancept. Then in August of this year, Open Text announced its acquisition of Artesia Technologies.

Posted Nov 04, 2004

AlfaPrint, a Belgian developer of the DAM software ADAM, has signed an agreement with Pindar allowing the catalog publishing specialist to integrate the ADAM software with its own content management offerings.

Posted Nov 02, 2004

Ektron Inc., a provider of Web content management and authoring software, has announced enhancements to its content management solution that are designed to give organizations control over their workflow processes.

Posted Nov 02, 2004

iMarkup Solutions, a provider of Web-based document management and collaboration tools, has announced a technology partnership with Stellent, Inc., a provider of content management solutions. The companies are also announcing the integration of the iMarkup Java Annotation SDK with Stellent Universal Content Management.

Posted Nov 02, 2004

iCentera, a provider of intelligence centers for marketing and sales effectiveness, and salesforce.com, a provider of on-demand customer relationship management (CRM) solutions, have announced the launch of the icSuite for Salesforce.com.

Posted Nov 02, 2004

Mark Logic Corporation, developer of a database designed for content, and Really Strategies, Inc., a provider of content solutions and services to content-centric companies, have announced a technology and services partnership agreement intended to help publishers and media companies build solutions for managing and delivering content.

Posted Nov 02, 2004

So you have finally settled on a content management strategy. Now what? Unfortunately, resources for the CM Pro are not abundant, especially those that will actually help you put strategies into action. While some of these that I've collected here would benefit from community feedback, I offer some knowledge resources intended to help you and your organization get the most out of that hard-wrought content management strategy.

Posted Nov 02, 2004

Founded in 1848, The Associated Press has long been considered a venerable news institution with considerable authority, clout, and expertise. With its announcement of Electronic AP (eAP) last October, add cutting-edge to the list.

Posted Nov 02, 2004

Convera Corporation, a provider of search and categorization software for enterprises and government agencies, has announced version 8.1 of the company’s RetrievalWare search software platform.

Posted Oct 29, 2004

Ektron, Inc., has announced that its browser-based authoring tool is available with the Vignette Content Management solution.

Posted Oct 29, 2004

NextPage Inc. has announced the beta version of NextPage 1.5, a subscription service that is designed to enable real-time feedback, tracking, and notifications about document versions using email and Microsoft Office applications.

Posted Oct 29, 2004

The overriding goal of implementing CM, CRM, KM, BPM, and collaboration technologies is to make enterprise employees operate more efficiently, but sometimes in spite of all these databases and information repositories and graphical front-ends, business needs to get done with good old-fashioned, one-to-one human communication. But do how do you make the connection? Somewhere in the organization is someone who has an answer, if only you knew who that person is or even how to look for him/her. The answer may lie in a growing niche market known as Expert Locator software.

Posted Oct 27, 2004

RedDot Solutions, a provider of enterprise content management solutions, has announced that two Canadian-based organizations have selected RedDot Solutions to address their content management needs.

Posted Oct 26, 2004

Traction Software, Inc, an enterprise Weblog software provider, has announced Traction TeamPage and Traction Communicator Release 3.5.

Posted Oct 26, 2004

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