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Day: May 19, 2003

Canto Releases Internet Client Pro for Enterprise

Canto announced the availability of Cumulus Internet Client Pro. Internet Client Pro, part of the Cumulus Enterprise Edition, is based on Cumulus Java Classes and JSP technology and is especially designed for users who do not merely publish their assets but also intend to use them for marketing and generating business. Internet Client Pro enables users to create dynamic Web pages allowing visitors to search for images and documents within Cumulus catalogs using a standard Web browser, and then they can sort, select and finally download the items. Visitors can also catalog new assets, assign assets to new categories, edit and update stored metadata or check assets in and out for local processing. Internet Client Pro is flexible and customizable using high-end HTML editors. Integration with Macromedia Dreamweaver MX is fully supported, and integrations into existing workflows is straightforward. Internet Client Pro is immediately available with English, German, Japanese and French user interfaces on Mac OS X, Windows, Solaris and Linux platforms. Internet Client Pro is only available for the Cumulus Enterprise Edition.

UDDI v2 Ratified as OASIS Standard

OASIS announced its members have approved the Universal Description, Discovery and Integration specification (UDDI) version 2.0 as an OASIS Open Standard, a status that signifies the highest level of ratification. UDDI enables companies and applications to dynamically publish, locate, and use Web services. Members of the OASIS UDDI Specification Technical Committee include Computer Associates, Fujitsu, IBM, IONA, Microsoft, Novell, OpenNetwork, Oracle, SAP, SeeBeyond, Sun Microsystems, Tata Consultancy Services, and others. The portfolio of OASIS Open Standards and specifications for Web services includes UDDI as well as the Web Services Business Process Execution Language (WSBPEL), the Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML), Web Services Reliable Messaging (WSRM), WS-Security, Web Services Distribued Management (WSDM), ebXML, Universal Business Language (UBL), and others.

Fuji Xerox Singapore to OEM netGuru’s eReview

Web4, a division of netGuru, Inc. announced an exclusive distributor agreement with Fuji Xerox Singapore (FXS). Web4 will integrate eReview, Web4’s 2D and 3D collaborative viewer, with FXS’ knowledge-sharing product, DocuShare. FXS will retain the exclusive rights to sell eReview in Singapore with FXS’ document management suite of products in all vertical markets excluding the oil and gas industries. By integrating eReview’s real-time visualization, markup, conferencing and collaboration technology, FXS will be adding interactive, real-time, native viewing of structured and unstructured data found in document types like 2D and 3D Computer Aided Design, Microsoft Office documents, raster images and Electronic Design Automation. With the help of eReview, FXS users familiar with automating and controlling their workflow processes with FXS’ suite of content management products like DocuShare will now have the added ability to collaborate at any point in a document’s life cycle. eReview meetings can also be saved, replayed and archived into DocuShare’s work environment. FXS has also incorporated eReview in its “Knowledge Window,” an integrated digital meeting space comprising Web4’s eReview, 3M’s Digital WallDisplay and FXS’ suite of document management and knowledge management software and hardware.,

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