Xerox Corporation announced immediate availability of DocuShare 2.0, the company’s knowledge sharing software platform. DocuShare 2.0 includes significant new features and extensions that allow users, developers and VARs to build highly-customized solutions for sharing knowledge over the Web. DocuShare 2.0 is the first commercially available implementation of WebDAV the emerging standard endorsed by Netscape, Microsoft and Oracle for managing large document repositories across the Web. Xerox has also built on the DocuShare platform to provide interoperability with popular Xerox and third party document capture and output devices. To better serve customers large and small, DocuShare is now available through Xerox Business Services (XBS), as an accessory to Xerox Document Centre networked multifunction devices, and through its VAR channel. DocuShare 2.0 is available in three versions. DocuShare Basics is designed for distributed workgroups requiring a Web-based interface. DocuShare Office meets the needs of more complex organizations, and offers a secure, easily customizable Web interface as well as integration with Microsoft Windows through the XML-based DocuShare Windows Client. DocuShare Enterprise cost-effectively integrates with enterprise-wide applications such as Oracle databases. DocuShare pricing in the US starts with a Basic server and 25-user license for only $1,345. An Office-level server with 500 licenses is $14,995. An unlimited Enterprise server license is $44,995, and includes links to Oracle databases. All prices are $US, and include support for one year.