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Day: October 15, 2002

Canto Announces Web Publisher Pro

Canto announced “Web Publisher Pro”, a new Option that allows users to publish Cumulus catalogs and to market digital assets on dynamic web pages in the Internet. The new Option is based on the Cumulus Java Classes and is designed for users who do not merely publish their assets but also intend to market them, as is the case in marketing departments, ad agencies, publishing houses, PR departments, and also in museums, mail-order-houses and other user groups. The integrated ordering system enables users to choose a preferred method of asset delivery-download, email, or physical fulfillment. Separate management of users and groups has now been implemented, based on the Cumulus database so that no additional installation and licensing efforts are required. Customizations and integration with existing databases of other suppliers (e.g. mySQL) can be easily realized. Web Publisher Pro will be available in the second half of November 2002 with English, German and French user interface on Mac OS X, Windows, Solaris and Linux platforms. A batch cataloging license of Web Publisher Pro will be available for $1495. Upgrades for existing Web Publisher installations will be
also offered.

Palm Embeds Stellent Technology Tungsten

Stellent, Inc. announced that Palm Inc. has embedded its Outside In Wireless Export technology in the new Tungsten Mobile Information Management (MIM) Solution. The Tungsten MIM Solution offers enterprises a complete and secure wireless email and groupware access system using the Palm i705 handheld and the Palm m500 series handhelds with the Xircom 802.11 module. The Stellent Wireless Export technology will enable Tungsten MIM users to view email attachments on their Palm handhelds without having to perform a HotSync operation with their desktop environments via a cradle or transfer the native file to the Palm handheld prior to viewing. Palm’s Tungsten MIM Solution is scheduled to begin shipping on Oct. 28, 2002.,

Isogen & empolis Sign Alliance Agreement

Isogen International announced it has formed a new business alliance with empolis content management GmbH. Under the agreement, Isogen GEN International will provide integration and implementation services for the sigmalink content management system and other XML products from empolis. The companies are also looking to jointly sponsor XML courses this fall from the Isogen curriculum at empolis locations in Europe and the United States.,

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