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Vemics has signed an agreement with Wire One that establishes Wire One's Glowpoint, an IP-based subscriber network dedicated to video communications, as the network of choice for users of Vemics' distance learning solution.

Posted Jan 21, 2003

Boston College, University of California at Irvine, and University of Memphis have selected Xythos Software, a developer of Internet file management software, to implement file management solutions for their campus communities.

Posted Jan 17, 2003

Nstein Technologies Inc. has signed a contract with Industry Canada (IC) to develop their new corporate taxonomy.

Posted Jan 17, 2003

Global Moxie has announced the immediate release of Big Medium, a content management system for managing dynamic, fast-changing Web sites.

Posted Jan 17, 2003

GlobalSCAPE, the maker of the popular file transfer application, CuteFTP, has launched a new Web content management system, PureCMS, intended to allow users of all skill levels to update their organization's Web site content.

Posted Jan 14, 2003

Canto has announced "Internet Client Pro," part of the Cumulus Enterprise Edition. Canto has also announced the availability of Mac OS X versions of the Cumulus Client Software as well as of the Cumulus Single User Edition.

Posted Jan 14, 2003

FileNET Corporation has announced that its FileNET Web Content Management (WCM) product, one component of FileNET's broad ECM product family, has gained significant momentum in the higher education market with leading universities seeking to create robust Web sites.

Posted Jan 10, 2003

Parallelspace Corporation--a provider of collaborative business solutions, services, and training---has announced the immediate availability of the released version of Parallelspace eMail 2.0, integrated email for Groove Workspace.

Posted Jan 10, 2003

Entopia, Inc. has announced that The George Washington University and Jackson State University have selected Entopia's Quantum solution as the primary knowledge management solution for their Knowledge Management Institute and Office of Academic Affairs respectively.

Posted Jan 10, 2003

Centra, a provider of software and services for real-time communication and collaboration, has announced that the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Kenan-Flagler Business School is using Centra technology to provide a virtual team collaboration environment in support of its OneMBA program.

Posted Jan 10, 2003

The Kidney Stone Center of the Rocky Mountains, in Denver, CO, has contracted Boulder Corporation, to develop and deploy a solution and management application to enhance the Center's services to its clients and alleviate its increasing data management needs.

Posted Jan 10, 2003

iManage, Inc., a provider of collaborative content management software for global enterprises, has announced its new Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) program.

Posted Jan 10, 2003

Systems Alliance, Inc., a provider of Web-based solutions, has announced an agreement with Agora, an international publisher of financial, health, travel, and special interest books and newsletters, to implement Site Executive for the management of Agora's Web properties.

Posted Jan 10, 2003

Nstein Technologies Inc. has signed two agreements with le Service de Développement des Technologies de l'Information (SDTI) and United Press International (UPI), totaling revenues of approximately $300,000 CDN.

Posted Jan 07, 2003

Atomz has announced that an intuitive Web site content editor is now available for the Macintosh platform, allowing Macintosh users to easily contribute content to their company Web sites using Atomz Publish.

Posted Jan 07, 2003

EIP technology has some important attributes, but the end result is often a desktop with more panes than a Georgian Era window. Remember, all that glistens is not gold.

Posted Jan 01, 2003

Kohler found itself with a document management system that would no longer be supported due to industry consolidation, but the company chose to view it as an opportunity to improve their systems and chose XyEnterprise’s content management solution.

Posted Jan 01, 2003

The availability of resources to meet tomorrow’s computing needs is best assured not simply by boosting speed, but also by fundamentally reorganizing the way that individual computing resources within an organization may be allocated to accomplish common goals. Gaining currency under the name “Grid computing,” it’s almost a kind of communism for computers. But Grid advocates are neither utopians nor ideologues, just people with lots of work to do who need enough computing power to do it.

Posted Jan 01, 2003

Crucial business is being conducted via email. With all this information inaccessible to the rest of the enterprise, locked inside applications sitting on desktops or corporate email servers, email has emerged as a content and knowledge management issue.

Posted Jan 01, 2003

Knowledge Management is one of those terms that periodically goes in and out of favor. Whatever name you give it though, consistently capturing and reusing intellectual assets within an organization that values information-sharing is a critical

Posted Jan 01, 2003

Enigma Inc., a provider of content-driven ebusiness for the support chain, has announced a contract with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines to provide a solution to manage the integration and delivery of critical repair and service information to the 3,500 engineers and mechanics who maintain KLM's fleet of over 100 Boeing aircraft.

Posted Dec 20, 2002

FileNET Corporation has formed a technology alliance with BEA Systems, Inc. to develop and market integrated content and process management solutions designed for use with BEA WebLogic Platform 7.0, which features a J2EE application server combined with development, portal, and integration frameworks.

Posted Dec 20, 2002

Endeavor Information Systems has announced libraries around the globe are actively implementing ENCompass 3.0, the most recent release of the company's widely accepted digital system.

Posted Dec 20, 2002

Nstein Technologies Inc. and Gale, a part of The Thomson Corporation, have announced an agreement to provide Gale's subject taxonomy through Nstein's flagship automated indexing software.

Posted Dec 20, 2002

KazTrix Corporation has released KazTrix AI Agent Application, a Windows program that uses artificial intelligence to add power and entertainment value to information management.

Posted Dec 20, 2002

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