Curated for content, computing, and digital experience professionals

Day: January 21, 2003

Factiva & divine Announce Replacement Product for divine’s Special Collection

Factiva and divine, inc. announced that Factiva is offering a replacement product to customers of divine’s Special Collection service to meet their ongoing business information needs. divine is discontinuing the Special Collection digital content subscription service, and Factiva has agreed to provide qualified customers access to a special version of Factiva at no additional charge. Though it will no longer procure or license content directly for customers, divine will continue to offer content aggregation and normalization capabilities. divine has incorporated the search and classification technology that was core to divine Special Collection into its content management products. Factiva Learning Programs has developed a customized Short Learning Topic, an e-learning tool designed to meet just-in-time learning needs in a 10-minute multimedia briefing. Factiva and divine will contact customers directly to discuss the transition.,

Stratify Becomes FAST Reseller

Fast Search & Transfer (FAST) and Stratify, Inc. announced a reseller agreement. Stratify will integrate FAST Data Search, a customizable software platform designed to tackle real-time data-intensive search and information retrieval challenges, with the Stratify Discovery System, a taxonomy and categorization solution that organizes, classifies and leverages large amounts of unstructured information. The combined solution will provide information-intensive enterprises with a search and categorization platform available to manage their structured and unstructured data resources. FAST and Stratify will engage in joint sales and marketing activities for the combined solution. ,

Software AG Announces Tamino XML Server 4.1

Software AG, Inc. announced Tamino XML Server 4.1, the newest version of its data management platform. Tamino is designed for managing XML documents in their native format. Tamino 4.1 offers new enhancements and functionality based on XML standards such as XML Schema, XML namespaces, XML Signatures and XQuery. In addition to the extended support for these standards, Tamino 4.1 also provides high availability and reliability, transaction accuracy and integrity, enhanced security, and ease of use and system flexibility. New support for the Microsoft Management Console, and enhancements to the tools provided with Tamino XML Server for XML database and XML application developers include a new API, Tamino WebDAV server enhancements, and Node level updates. Tamino XML Server 4.1 supports Windows 2000 and Windows XP. Support of 64-bit systems and additional operating systems, such as Sun Solaris, HP Unix, AIX, Linux and OS/390, is planned for the second quarter of 2003.

© 2024 The Gilbane Advisor

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑