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Day: January 12, 2000

Intraspect Introduces Knowledge Spider for Notes

Intraspect Software, Inc., announced the immediate availability of the Intraspect Knowledge Spider for Lotus Notes, an enterprise collaboration tool that provides seamless access to information held in Lotus Notes databases. The Intraspect Knowledge Spider gives companies the ability to search across multiple Lotus Notes databases, find documents, and use the information held within those documents in a collaborative fashion. Lotus Notes users have always been able to search Notes databases, but now non-Notes users can link informa

Intranet Solutions to Support for Red Hat Linux

IntraNet Solutions, Inc. announced that it would support the Red Hat Linux operating system and ApacheWebserver. IntraNet Solutions’ Xpedio Content Management products for the Linux operating system platform expands an organization’s ability to leverage Xpedio’s automated Web publishing and management of business-critical Web sites. Support for these new platforms will be available after April 1, 2000.

Autodesk Advances XML for Land Development Industries

Autodesk, Inc. announced that it has developed the initial specifications of LandXML, an XML application for land development professionals, including surveyors, civil engineers and land developers. LandXML is a common, open data format, or schema, that describes industry-specific data such as points, parcels, and alignments. Land development professionals worldwide can use LandXML to make the data they create more readily accessible and available to anyone involved with a project. With LandXML, project data is independent of the authoring software, thus overcoming the interoperability problems that have plagued the land development industry. Not only does LandXML provide interoperability between different application software, but also between varying versions of software. As a result, data can be archived and accessed more readily on future projects. Additionally, other web-based tools can be used to view, edit, and report LandXML data. XSL style sheets can be easily created and applied to LandXML data and then run from a project web page. Examples include XSL style sheets that format raw point data into point tables, or format data to match an organization’s internal standards, such as legal descriptions for parcel reports. Autodesk developed the initial specifications of LandXML in close collaboration with several key industry players, who will now serve as the basis for an advisory group to the company as it continues developing the specifications. This group includes Dave Weisberg, publisher and editor of A-E-C Automation Newsletter; software developers Intergraph Civil Engineering, Infrasoft, and Haestad Methods; Nebraska and Florida Departments of Transportation; and consulting organizations including Clough, Harbour & Associates LLP, Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc., and Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc.,

NeoMedia Announces PaperClick ToGo for Cell Phones

NeoMedia Technologies announced the availability of PaperClick ToGo technology. The PaperClick service has been ported to Wireless Markup Language (WML) and is immediately available as PaperClick ToGo for cell phones and other WAP devices that use WML 1.1 and/or Hand held Device Markup Language (HDML) 3.0 compliant micro-browsers. The use of numeric PaperClick codes makes navigating the web easy for small handheld devices with limited keypads. By converting any URL address, regardless of its length, into a short phone number-like PaperClick code, cell phones and PDAs can be used to conveniently surf the World Wide Web as more and more WML content becomes available.

ESPS Introduces ‘Spyglass’

ESPS, Inc. announced a new addition to its technology line-up, code-named “Spyglass.” Spyglass is the Company’s next generation of content assembly and publishing technology. It allows users to quickly and easily assemble, publish and disseminate documents up to thousands of pages from any input (over 130 file formats supported) to paper, portals, the Web and e-mail. ESPS’ Spyglass technology is fully scalable, enabling its use in a workgroup environment, departmentally or at an enterprise level. CoreDossier will fully support published data from Spyglass – allowing organizations to design their own unique publishing architecture. In addition, Spyglass publications can be posted to CorePortal – ESPS’ publication portal. Spyglass and CorePortal automate the maintenance and availability of information to the Web, empowering individual productivity throughout the enterprise. Spyglass supports all major document management systems, including DOCUMENTUM, FileNET, PC Docs, Lotus Notes/Domino and Open Text. In addition, other document management systems can be easily integrated through the Spyglass API.

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