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Day: July 9, 2002

divine Announces New Portal Content Management Offering

divine, inc. announced divine Content Server for Portals, an offering for deploying content management capabilities in enterprise portal initiatives. Customers can expand their use of divine Content Server by adding additional CPUs, with no migration or software upgrade required to start using the capabilities of Content Server across new initiatives. The divine Content Server for Portals special offering provides a complete portal content management solution for a bundled price of $25,000 per CPU. The bundle includes the divine Content Server platform for dynamic delivery of content, the Content Server Direct application for content contribution, workflow and revision tracking, and sample portlets for portal platforms such as IBM, BEA, Sun, Plumtree, Epicentric and SAP. www.divine.com

Oracle Announces Collaboration Suite

Oracle debuted the Oracle Collaboration Suite, which is built upon Oracle’s software infrastructure. The Suite will include calendar, conference capabilities, email, files, voicemail and workflow – centralized and protected in a database with universal access through Microsoft Outlook, any web browser, voice, wireless devices and fax. Oracle is also introducing additional capabilities including integrated voice access and voicemail as well as Ultra Search capabilities, which gives users the ability to search in one place for any document, email, voicemail or other communication using dates, words or phrases. The Oracle Collaboration Suite will include the clustering and high availability technology from the Oracle9i Database with Real Application Clusters and Oracle9i Application Server. Oracle Collaboration Suite will offer embedded Oracle database technology to store files, messages and user information, and embedded technology from Oracle’s application server to provide a Web server, directory services, and single sign-on capabilities. The introductory price for a perpetual license of Oracle Collaboration Suite is $60 per named user, including voice support and regardless of the number of devices an individual uses to access information. Oracle will also offer Oracle Collaboration Suite as an annual subscription service at $15 per named user and as an outsourced service for an additional $10 per month per named user. www.oracle.com

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