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Clickability, Inc., a provider of on demand web content management, announced the closing of $8 million in its second round of venture funding.

Posted Feb 05, 2008

Companies eager to implement Web 2.0 for collaboration purposes in the enterprise, and those vendors with products to sell, will be better positioned to succeed by preparing themselves for the fundamental changes that these technologies will bring to their organizations.

Posted Feb 05, 2008

Sitecore, founded in 2001, is a San Rafael, Calif.-based company that provides web content management and portal software for organizations. This month, the company will add Foundry to its product offerings in order to address the needs of decentralized organizations.

Posted Feb 05, 2008

EContent editor Michelle Manafy discusses the convergence of Rich Internet Applications and content management with Darren Guarnaccia, Vice President of product marketing at Sitecore.

Posted Feb 01, 2008

SkillSoft, SumTotal Systems, Inc., and Eedo Knowledgeware they are partnering to evolve standards to meet their customers' needs through SkillSoft's Open Learning Services Architecture (OLSA).

Posted Feb 01, 2008

Fortiva Inc., a provider of on-demand email archiving, announced the availability of the Fortiva SmartStore archive.

Posted Feb 01, 2008

HyperOffice, a provider of enterprise collaboration software and tools for growing organizations, launched the public beta of business collaboration tools that connect the Apple iPhone to corporate email, contacts, calendars, tasks, and notes.

Posted Feb 01, 2008

Reuters announced the release of an open Application Programming Interface (API) for its new Calais web service.

Posted Feb 01, 2008

Clay Tablet Technologies, a provider of integration software that connects any content management system (CMS) with any translation system, has signed a channel partner deal with Syntes Language Group of Colorado, USA, a provider of translation, localization, interpreting, and consulting solutions in over 50 languages.

Posted Jan 29, 2008

Daptiv, a provider of collaborative business software, and Pervasive Software, a provider of embeddable data management and agile integration software, announced a partnership.

Posted Jan 25, 2008

Eduventures, a learning collaborative research and consulting company, and Outsell, Inc., a syndicated research and advisory firm for companies in the information industry, jointly announced Outsell's acquisition of Eduventures' business research division.

Posted Jan 25, 2008

For those wishful thinkers who dream of corporate "knowledge management," few tools are more seductive than the enterprise wiki. In the idyllic wiki Web 2.0 future, all your mission-critical information will be easily accessible with a quick keyword search. What's wrong with this picture? We have plenty of evidence in its favor. Hasn't Wikipedia shown us all the way?

Posted Jan 25, 2008

It takes more than desire to move your business into other countries. Companies that successfully transition to world markets understand the cultural, legal, and linguistic differences across these different markets. Further, they build technology and content infrastructure to support a global presence.

Posted Jan 24, 2008

MWW Group turned to Socialtext to better manage projects, track news in real time, gather information updates, and ease communications for its own disparate workforce, as well with as clients around the world.

Posted Jan 24, 2008

Openwave Systems Inc., a software provider enabling revenue-generating personalized services which converge the mobile and broadband experience, announced a joint collaboration with Japanese Internet start-up, Zero Start Communications Co. Ltd.

Posted Jan 22, 2008

IBM announced plans for a software portfolio expansion geared to the needs of millions of companies from 5 to 500 employees that want to focus on growing their businesses instead of running their office systems.

Posted Jan 22, 2008

Part of email's appeal from the start was its ability to link team members who didn’t have the luxury of sharing a space. In some cases, it was teams comprised of individuals throughout a university campus; in others, it was researchers located across the globe. There is also a characteristic that computer folk and academics share: a tendency to keep odd hours. Email helped with this. Much of early email was limited to internal-only mailbox systems that let team members leave messages for others to pick up and respond to whenever they happened to come in and boot up. So, between team playing and time shifting, what’s not to love? A whole lot.

Posted Jan 22, 2008

Jabber, Inc. announced that the U.S. Marine Corps has selected the Jabber Extensible Communications Platform (Jabber XCP).

Posted Jan 18, 2008

The Thomson Corporation has established a presence in the emerging business-to-business social networking space, announcing the addition of Boston-based Contact Networks, and its enterprise relationship management (ERM) product, ContactNet, to its portfolio of business intelligence and relationship management services for legal and other professional markets.

Posted Jan 18, 2008

Perceptive Software, creator of ImageNow enterprise document management, imaging, and workflow software, announced the release of ImageNow Interact for Microsoft SharePoint.

Posted Jan 18, 2008

EntropySoft, a European provider of the ECI (Enterprise Content Integration) market, specialist in the integration of unstructured data, announced the availability of its Interwoven TeamSite connector.

Posted Jan 18, 2008

Sun Microsystems, Inc. has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire MySQL AB, an open source provider and developer of open source databases for approximately $1 billion in total consideration.

Posted Jan 18, 2008

Oracle Corporation and BEA Systems have entered into a definitive agreement under which Oracle will acquire all outstanding shares of BEA for $19.375 per share in cash.

Posted Jan 18, 2008

SpringCM, the leader in on-demand document management and workflow, announced the availability of SpringCM 4.1, the newest version of the company's document management and workflow software as a service.

Posted Jan 15, 2008

SiberLogic, a provider of XML content technology, announced SiberSafe On-Demand, a risk-free, monthly subscription approach to XML content management.

Posted Jan 15, 2008

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