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FatWire Software, a web content management provider, has announced the launch of FatWire TeamUp, a new solution that offers enterprise 2.0 collaboration capabilities including simple-to-use wikis, blogs, and social tagging, plus an advanced content integration platform.

Posted Nov 30, 2007

Day Software announced that Oracle now offers Day's JCR/JSR 170-compliant connectors to facilitate integration between Oracle WebCenter and leading third-party content repositories, such as EMC Documentum and Microsoft SharePoint.

Posted Nov 30, 2007

XyEnterprise, a developer of XML content management and multi-channel delivery solutions, and NGRAIN, a provider of 3D performance support solutions, announced a strategic partnership to provide an integrated rich media delivery solution which combines XyEnterprise’s ContentaView with NGRAIN’s interactive 3D equipment simulations.

Posted Nov 30, 2007

Ektron Inc., a provider of web content management software, unveiled Version 7.5 of Ektron CMS400.NET, featuring search and forum enhancements, aWeb 2.0 toolbox, and support for social networking.

Posted Nov 30, 2007

Organizations are forced to shoulder all the significant risk associated with integration if they want to implement collaborative working practices, despite a wealth of software vendors offering collaboration software solutions, according to a new report from IT analyst firm Macehiter Ward-Dutton (MWD), an IT advisory firm.

Posted Nov 27, 2007

dtSearch Corp., a supplier of enterprise and developer text retrieval software, has announced Version 7.5 of the dtSearch product line.

Posted Nov 27, 2007

Lionbridge Technologies, Inc. has formed the Content Management System (CMS) Alliance Program, an ecosystem of CMS providers and system integrators with the objective of simplifying global content management and publishing.

Posted Nov 27, 2007

AIT AG and across Systems GmbH have entered into a strategic partnership in an attempt to enable the consistent and cost-efficient translation of software interfaces with manuals and help texts, ensuring they refer to the same content.

Posted Nov 20, 2007

Apex CoVantage, a knowledge process outsourcing (KPO) company, announced the launch of its new Professional Services Group intended to support organizations in achieving the maximum value and return on investment from the information critical to their enterprise.

Posted Nov 20, 2007

MetaCommunications, Inc., a software developer of cross-platform process management and productivity solutions for the graphic arts industry, announced it is shipping a new Windows-based version of its Digital Storage Manager 2.5 software.

Posted Nov 16, 2007

Adenin TECHNOLOGIES, provider of enterprise intranet software suites, announced version 9 of IntelliEnterprise, which includes relational search, social networking, and "MyProfile" for the enterprise.

Posted Nov 16, 2007

Nortel and IBM announced plans to offer a software-based foundation that is intended to bring together business applications and processes with the latest unified communications and collaboration tools such as click-to-connect, presence, location, and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).

Posted Nov 16, 2007

As the photo-sharing site MyPhotoAlbum began to grow--with its storage needs along with it--the company realized that its ISP was no longer able to keep up with the site's demand. The company decided to move to an in-house storage system from ONStor to increase scalability and to regain a sense of control.

Posted Nov 16, 2007

While it might seem that choosing the 100 companies that matter most in the econtent industry is our biggest challenge in this issue, I find the more difficult (and fun) aspect of participating in the selection of the annual EContent 100 list is figuring out what the correct categories are and which companies go in each. As we revise the taxonomy of econtent companies, each year we seem to have more discussions about what company goes into what category than we do about the merits of individual companies.

Posted Nov 15, 2007

For the past three years, my annual wrap-up of content management systems has mostly counted the exploding number of branded products, for sale and open source, on the world market—now nearing 3,000. This year, I want to focus on a handful that are doing things so well that they show the way to the future for all the others.

Posted Nov 15, 2007

What a difference a year makes. Since my column in last year’s EC100 issue, content applications of all types have been showing their 2.0 stripes, increasingly blurring the boundaries between web and print, and where their content resides. As “Web 2.0” has become part of our vocabulary, Content 2.0 parallels are blurring web-based and non-web-based content.

Posted Nov 15, 2007

I've just returned from representing EContent at the second Gartner Portals, Content & Collaboration Summit in London. This turned out to be an excellent conference in every respect. It was especially notable for the balance of strategic insight and tactical best practices in the areas of search, portals, collaboration, and content management.

Posted Nov 15, 2007

A closer look at Sitecore, a content management system and portal software solutions-provider that has built a strong presence in the U.S., the U.K., and Scandinavia in its more than five years in business.

Posted Nov 14, 2007

A closer look at Near-Time, which is trying to help business users tap their promise by offering a way to build wikis as publishing and collaboration platforms without IT help.

Posted Nov 14, 2007

A closer look at Liferay, which started as a website project for founder Brian Chan's church and has turned into a leading open source enterprise portal framework for integrated web publishing and content management.

Posted Nov 14, 2007

A closer look at Connectbeam, which has already earned a high profile and glowing reviews by offering an ingenious combination of bookmarking, tagging, and social software functionality.

Posted Nov 14, 2007

iCONECT, a provider of litigation support and collaboration software, has contributed its XML knowledge to the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) project.

Posted Nov 13, 2007

Clickability, Inc., a provider of web content management systems, and Akamai Technologies, Inc., a global service provider for accelerating content and applications online, announced a strategic relationship intended to improve the speed, reliability, and performance of shared customers' websites

Posted Nov 13, 2007

MindTouch, an open source wiki platform company, unveiled its new wiki hosting service for creating mashups and composite applications.

Posted Nov 13, 2007

A recent partnership launched between Near-Time, Inc. and Wiley Wrox Press has opened the door to interaction among P2P digital publishing communities.

Posted Nov 13, 2007

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