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Day: April 6, 2003 (Page 2 of 2)

Documentum Announces Records Management Solution for Email

Documentum announced Documentum Records Services for Email. This new solution is available as a standalone offering or as a component of the Documentum Records Management Edition. Documentum Records Services for Email enables companies to automatically monitor, index, archive, search, audit, retrieve and dispose of incoming, outgoing and internal email messages and attachments, according to company policies. Documentum Records Services for Email helps organizations meet business requirements for retaining and monitoring email as well as regulatory standards and requirements, without affecting end user experience. Combining enterprise-wide rules, auto-categorization and content filtering, records of emails and attachments can be scanned for critical topics or keywords, intercepted and quarantined for further review, if questionable content is discovered. Email and attachments can also be automatically archived in easily accessible, non- rewriteable, non-erasable formats for specified periods.

iManage & Interwoven Announce Availability of Collaborative Document Management

iManage, Inc. and Interwoven, Inc. announced the general availability of their joint Collaborative Document Management (CDM) solution. This new integration provides enterprises with a comprehensive solution that addresses the overall collaborative document lifecycle for the extended enterprise: from sharing among teams, to more structured document development and approval cycles, to fully automated and secure document publishing and dissemination. Interwoven CDM powered by iManage WorkSite MP is available immediately at an entry retail price of $50,000.,

Adobe Expands Acrobat 6.0 Product Line

Adobe Systems Incorporated introduced the Adobe Acrobat 6.0 product line, a major upgrade and expansion of the company’s software application and a component of its solutions for integrating documents into business processes. The new Acrobat 6.0 family — Acrobat 6.0 Professional, Acrobat 6.0 Standard and Acrobat Elements — offers different levels of functionality to address specific customer needs. The most comprehensive product, Acrobat 6.0 Professional, helps business, creative and engineering professionals who work with complex, graphically rich layouts to improve the process of document exchange, review and archive. Acrobat 6.0 Standard enables workgroups to simplify document reviews using intuitive tools and a new, task-based interface. Acrobat Elements is a volume-license-only product that allows enterprises to place inexpensive Adobe PDF creation capability on every desktop, enabling reliable document distribution. The company also announced Adobe Reader 6.0 software (expected to be available in by the end of May 2003), an upgrade and re-naming of the free Acrobat Reader. Information about the availability of other language versions of the Acrobat 6.0 product line, pricing, upgrade and support policies, is available at

Adobe Announces XML Architecture

Adobe Systems Incorporated announced an XML architecture for document creation, collaboration and process management across the enterprise. The new XML architecture provides a framework for extending business processes inside and outside the firewall. Key components include intelligent forms, process automation, data integration, security and publishing for archiving and printing. The architecture will be supported across Adobe’s client and server solutions. It will take advantage of XML for integration and bring continuity to business processes by presenting XML data in PDF for sharing, viewing and interacting through Acrobat 6.0 software or Adobe Reader. The architecture also enables dynamic rendering of PDF documents from XML for publishing or archiving with XMP meta data for search and retrieval. All XML tools work directly with Adobe’s XML architecture which supports Namespaces, XSLT, XPath, XML Schema and XML Digital Signatures. Over the coming months, Adobe will deliver a new tool for designing XML and PDF templates and forms; make the XML architecture specification publicly available and deliver an XML toolkit for developers.

Adobe Announces Enterprise Integration Solutions, New Products & Partnerships

Adobe Systems Incorporated announced a broad strategic initiative targeting costs and operational inefficiencies caused by disconnected data and document processes across the extended enterprise. Adobe is leveraging XML and PDF, products and technologies from Adobe and its partners, along with new system integrator relationships to deliver customized solutions adapted to enterprise requirements. Adobe’s solutions address automating forms, eliminating paper, and keeping compliant with government initiatives. Key components of the solution are Adobe’s new Acrobat 6.0 family and Adobe’s XML architecture. The company also announced alliances with IBM, Intel, Access, Documentum, and PTC to deliver complete end-to-end document processes for applications such as content management, digital signatures, and product lifecycle management. Adobe is also working with IBM, Documentum and Open Text and SAP, to bridge the gap between structured and unstructured data. In the manufacturing segment, software from PTC and Agile will link with Adobe Acrobat desktop software to help companies manage the product lifecycle process with review and mark-up capabilities.

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