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Day: November 5, 2000

VCIX Releases Browser-Based Interface for Cortra Site Studio

VCIX introduced ObjectXplorer, a graphical user interface for its Cortra Site Studio software. The uniqueness of ObjectXplorer lies in its object-oriented approach to the editing and management of web-based content. Articles, photographs, multimedia presentations, and other industry formats for web publishing are managed as flexible objects using ObjectXplorer. In addition to greatly simplifying the task of editors and website designers, ObjectXplorer makes it unnecessary to develop new and separate GUI’s for each individual project. ObjectXplorer not only speeds development time but also enables VCIX to provide customers with a single user interface for all of the web-based applications that Cortra currently provides: a portal manager, a classified ad manager, a digital asset manager, an intranet, an extranet and an e-commerce application for integration with on-line shops and stores. Cortra Site Studio enables non-technical staff to control all aspects of a web site’s content management, without the need for programmers or skilled technicians. A wide range of objects including text, images, and streaming media can be easily published, archived, scheduled, and managed, thereby producing a dynamic, robust, and scalable site that is easy to maintain and to adapt to changing business requirements. The Cortra software includes built-in support for XML.

Marimba Partners with CacheFlow to Deliver Content Management

Marimba, Inc. announced it would integrate support for CacheFlow Server Accelerators into its Timbale product family, as well as join the Adaptive Content Exchange Initiative. The combined solution will facilitate the distribution of updated and dynamic content from the content publisher to the content consumer. ACE is the CacheFlow-led industry initiative that combines building blocks from CacheFlow and over 30 leading industry partners to deliver an end-to-end solution for content intelligent networking. Through this partnership, the companies will provide their customers an end-to-end content management solution that allows dynamic and changing content to be transparently updated throughout the network. This solution will provide up-to-the-second content by efficiently delivering it from the application server to distributed caching appliances.,

Citrix & Sequoia Ink NFuse Licensing Deal

Citrix Systems, Inc. and Sequoia Software, Inc. announced a software licensing agreement. Under the terms of the agreement, Sequoia can market and demonstrate Citrix NFuse application portal software with its XML Portal Server, XPS, for customers that are already running applications on the Citrix MetaFrame server. As part of the deal, Sequoia also has joined the Citrix Business Alliance at the Premier level. Sequoia will use NFuse to create XPS Content Delivery Agents (CDAs), which are individual, easy to use Web-based applications that snap directly into a portal users’ homepage. The NFuse-based CDAs will appear alongside other work-related information and applications, allowing users to easily retrieve and assimilate information from MetaFrame-based applications directly from through XPS. In addition to establishing joint enterprise marketing and sales opportunities, the Citrix/Sequoia agreement sets the stage for channel development and joint sales force education.,

SoftLock Unveils Version 3.0 of Its Digital Rights Management Service, Inc. announced Version 3.0 of its digital rights management (DRM) service. Version 3.0 offers digital content providers a highly scalable solution for the distribution of secure digital content. The widespread use of XML as a core technology in Version 3.0 allows content providers to easily integrate their business and e-commerce services with SoftLock’s content hosting, security, and marketing services. SoftLock’s Dynamic Content Locking, a key feature of Version 3.0, enables digital content to be packaged, secured and distributed in real-time. Dynamic Content Locking is an innovative approach to DRM, which allows consumers to order digital documents that are customized to their interests, packaged on the fly and delivered within seconds. This technology allows content providers to focus on maintaining their content database rather than on the production and distribution of the final packaged product. Version 3.0 enables digital content marketing through integration points that deliver content offers to consumers through affiliate retailers, search engines, registration and contextual mapping. DCM provides the tools to market, distribute and sell premium digital content securely, through a comprehensive network of innovative technology, services and partners. Another feature of Version 3.0 is an enhanced rendition of SoftLock’s Passalong viral marketing technology. Passalong, an integral part of SoftLock’s digital content marketing offering encourages sharing amount colleagues and friends, while the content’s copyright security wrapper remains intact. Content publishers encourage the use of Passalong because it results in additional sales while reducing customer acquisition costs.

AgentWare Introduces AgentWare Syndicator for Exchanges

AgentWare released AgentWare Syndicator for B2B Exchanges, a software infrastructure solution that provides Global 2000 companies and B2B Exchanges a packaged solution for building and managing trading communities. This solution allows e-businesses to develop and manage B2B exchange applications without the traditional dependencies on costly infrastructure and labor. AgentWare’s e-business syndication platform, the Syndicator, provides an open Java and XML based architecture that helps e-businesses build and adapt Internet applications quickly to meet changing market demands. The Syndicator provides a scalable, efficient solution that enables customized syndication of content, commerce and services from multiple sources on the Internet to any device connected to the Internet.

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