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Day: October 6, 2002 (Page 1 of 2)

SOFTWIN Announces Support for DocBook DTD

SOFTWIN introduced document conversion to XML format conforming to the DocBook DTD and a DRM solution. The new output option for content conversion (XML DocBook) is now available on intuitext as well, SOFTWINs free online conversion service. SOFTWINs intuitext provides a wide range of output options: XML with custom DTD, HTML, OeB, Adobe eBook Reader, and proprietary ebook formats like Gemstar and OeB Baker &Taylor. SOFTWIN also announced its DRM solution, enabling the secure distribution of online and offline content through Internet, email, and CD-ROM. SOFTWINs solution targets the entire range of publishing agents, with an emphasis on management of periodic content delivery (journals, updates, newsletters) following complex rules in a controlled manner.,

Microsoft Launches Content Management Server 2002

Microsoft Corp. is launching Content Management Server (CMS) 2002, part of the Microsoft .NET Enterprise Server family, which also includes BizTalk Server, Commerce Server and SharePoint Portal Server. Microsoft has invested in Content Management Server to provide deeper integration with Microsoft .NET and support for industry standards, resulting in a more extensible and flexible Web content management solution. Integration with the .NET Framework and Visual Studio .NET provide developers with an environment to rapidly build and assemble content management-enabled Web applications and content-driven Web services. Integration with Microsoft Office improves business user productivity by allowing content creation and direct Web publishing from Microsoft Word. Also new in Content Management Server 2002 are: deep integration with Visual Studio, native support for managing XML content and XML Web services, and faster time to deploy. Content Management Server 2002 will retail for $42,000 per CPU (reseller prices may vary) and will be generally available by the end of the year.

Authentica Announces Secure Gateway

Authentica, Inc. announced Authentica Secure Gateway, its new enterprise e-mail security software. Authentica Secure Gateway allows organizations to systematically protect all outgoing messages without any changes to their internal e-mail workflow or extra steps or training for users. It combines e-mail encryption with a universal interface to content scanning products, including those from TrendMicro, SurfControl, MailMarshall, Tumbleweed and Clearswift MIMEsweeper. It gives corporations who have standardized on Microsoft Exchange the ability to secure e-mail in line with content filtering policies. There are no special software requirements for senders or recipients and Authentica Secure Gateway can securely deliver any file format. Authentica Secure Gateway is available immediately. Pricing starts at $32,500 (USD).

Corel Announces Corel 10 with XML Support

Corel Corporation announced that Corel Ventura 10 is now available. A page-layout and publishing application, Corel Ventura 10 provides tools designed specifically for the creation of highly-formatted and visually-rich business documents with new features such as XML import, Publish to PDF, and enhanced graphics support. Together with Corel XMetaL 3, Corel Ventura 10 enables enterprise customers to quickly and easily create and professionally publish XML content. The XMetaL interface enables anyone within an organization to create XML. Corel Ventura 10 is available for the suggested retail price of US$699. Registered customers of Corel Ventura 7 or 8 may purchase Corel Ventura 10 at the suggested upgrade price of US$249.

Ektron in Technology Relationship with Microsoft

Ektron, Inc. announced a formal technology relationship with Microsoft Corp., whereby Ektron supports integration of Ektron eWebEditPro and eWebEditPro+XML in Microsoft Content Management Server 2002. Ektron eWebEditPro, a browser-based, multilingual XHTML content editor, offers “word-processor-like” capabilities to non-technical users and significant customization options for Web developers. eWebEditPro+XML extends the functionality of eWebEditPro by adding a WYSIWYG XML authoring environment. Ektrons technology complements features in Microsoft Content Management Server 2002, especially in the area of XML. For example, Microsoft adds a new XML data store, making content more readily accessible for other purposes, such as repositioning to various devices and enhanced searching. Additional Ektron features for Microsoft include extensive compatibility with Microsoft Word, advanced style sheet (CSS) control with style classes, advanced table and image functionality, and support for content authoring and spell checking in any Windows-supported language. Currently, Ektron eWebEditPro dialogs are available in 15 languages.

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