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Rise Vision Inc., a provider of web-based content management software for interactive control of digital signage networks, has released Version 1.3 of its Rise Display Network display control center software.

Posted Jun 15, 2007

Workshare, a provider of secure content compliance, has announced that Workshare Professional 5, a document control product integrated with 2007 Microsoft Office and Vista as well as previous Microsoft Office and Windows systems, is currently available.

Posted Jun 15, 2007

ITerating, a free Wiki-based software guide covering open source, commercial and hosted software, has announced the addition of a Feature Matrix, designed to allow users to dynamically create customized, side-by-side feature comparisons of software solutions.

Posted Jun 12, 2007

Contextware, Inc., a provider of software solutions for enterprise productivity, has added Triple-I, a provider of solutions that integrate the strengths of Project Management and Knowledge Management, as a service provider partner.

Posted Jun 12, 2007

NetXposure has announced NetXposure version 5, a digital asset management solution using Apollo--the code name for a cross-operating system application engine from Adobe designed to allow developers to extend rich internet applications (RIAs) to the desktop-- and Adobe Flex software, a developer framework for building cross-operating system RIAs for the web.

Posted Jun 12, 2007

Tridion, a global provider of Web Content Management (WCM) software solutions, has introduced Archive Manager, a proprietary web archiving tool designed to help organizations manage their web content lifecycle in order to meet regulatory compliance, liability, and quality control requirements.

Posted Jun 12, 2007

Extensis, a brand of Celartem Inc., has announced Portfolio Server 8.5, an upgrade in its Portfolio Server digital asset management product.

Posted Jun 12, 2007

Translations.com, a provider in website localization, software localization, and Globalization Management System (GMS) technology products, has completed a merger with one of Europe's providers of localization services, International Software Products B.V. (iSP).

Posted Jun 12, 2007

Thomson Scientific, part of The Thomson Corporation and provider of information solutions to the worldwide research and business communities, has shipped a major upgrade to EndNote for Windows--bibliographic management software for researchers, librarians, and students to publish their research.

Posted Jun 08, 2007

Odyssey Interactive Limited, a U.K.-based intranet software provider, has announced the availability of its new intranet module, Question Bank.

Posted Jun 08, 2007

Open Text Corporation, an independent provider of enterprise content management (ECM) software and solutions, has announced the immediate availability of Hummingbird Connectivity 2008, a suite of software focused on providing organizations with solutions to integrate heterogeneous systems, such as UNIX or Mainframe, with Windows desktops.

Posted Jun 08, 2007

SocialText, an enterprise social software company, has secured $3 million as it looks to raise a $6.5 million third round financing.

Posted Jun 08, 2007

BlueCielo ECM Solutions Inc, a provider of Engineering Content Management (ECM) software solutions, announced that it has acquired DataCore Technology in an all-cash transaction.

Posted Jun 08, 2007

eZ and IBM have started a technology oriented collaboration with the goal to optimize eZ Publish deployment on IBM platform as well as integrating it smoothly with IBM solutions.

Posted Jun 05, 2007

Securent Inc., a provider in the entitlement management market, has announced that it will deliver an entitlement management solution supporting Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services 3.0.

Posted Jun 05, 2007

LexisNexis, a provider of information and services solutions, has announced the results of a nationwide survey to provide insights into how Information Professionals (IPs) are adding value to their organizations through technology and knowledge management.

Posted Jun 05, 2007

This year is the tenth anniversary of the Defense Department's development of the Sharable Content Object Reference Model and SCORM is on its way to dominating the content marketplace for on-line courseware, both educational and corporate. SCORM is now managed by the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative, a part of the office of the Secretary of Defense, which now requires that all eLearning materials be SCORM compliant.

Posted Jun 05, 2007

CommVault, a provider of Unified Data Management solutions and Bull, have signed a multi-year original equipment manufacturing (OEM) agreement that will enable Bull to market and sell Bull-branded versions of CommVault's full suite of data management software through its channels worldwide.

Posted Jun 01, 2007

Author-it Software Corporation, a provider of software for authoring, content management, publishing, and localization, has introduced Author-it Live, a web-based authoring, content management, and publishing solution.

Posted Jun 01, 2007

Fortiva, a provider of on-demand email archiving, has announced that Bell Canada will offer Fortiva’s email archiving solution to customers of the organization’s managed information services division.

Posted Jun 01, 2007

In the days of the dot-com bubble, many people believed that web content management (WCM) was just a hype-induced fad that would never become more than just “document management for the web.” But WCM technology has bounced back from the dot-com bust, underwriting thousands of vendors around the world. Those vendors are growing, which means that people are buying. WCM is back.

Posted Jun 01, 2007

For its part, the information industry has been abuzz with talk of how technology can be used to disseminate information rapidly and efficiently to contained environments like college campuses in the event of an emergency. Companies across the industry are taking this opportunity to promote concepts such as collaboration, mobile, and search as solutions to these very topical concerns.

Posted Jun 01, 2007

Ektron helps the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General update its website and implement a CMS in order to better facilitate the public-safety needs of the citizens of Pennsylvania.

Posted Jun 01, 2007

OK, let’s start out by acknowledging that Web 2.0 is so last week—or, in the parlance of Wired magazine, “expired.” Guess if I were really wired, I’d be writing about Web 4.3 or something. That said, I still find it intriguing to think about how collaborative technologies have had an impact on how we interact.

Posted Jun 01, 2007

The localization industry is, by its nature, distributed worldwide. The best translators are native speakers living in their locales, though their knowledge of technical content means many are part of the brain drain from developing countries. Common Sense Advisory estimates that the global market for outsourced language services was $8.8 billion in 2005, growing at 7.5% per year. This is big business and localization has seen many revolutions in the technology used to move content to and from translators, each one improving speed and accuracy.

Posted Jun 01, 2007

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