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Day: November 5, 2003

Acartus Releases ApertureONE for Documentum

Acartus today that ApertureONE for Documentum will be released next week. ApertureONE is a scalable solution that facilitates the storage, retrieval, and distribution of high volume computer output. The integration allows Documentum customers to leverage their existing Documentum repository for computer generated documents and reports. The result is the elimination of printed reports, microfiche, and multi-part forms plus the cost associated with distributing these legacy media. ApertureONE captures computer-generated output from multiple enterprise applications, and converts it to PDF. Searchable attributes are automatically extracted based on pre-defined templates and loaded into the Documentum Content Server along with PDF renditions of each document. This integration enables Documentum customers to eliminate COLD (Computer Output to Laser Disc) systems, previously used for archival or distribution of enterprise report content. ApertureONE for Documentum on the Windows and Solaris platforms will be generally available November 15, 2003. Pricing starts at $37,500 per server, with no additional client license required.

Open Text Extends Collaboration In Livelink

Open Text Corporation said it is introducing new Livelink features that make collaboration easier, improve best practices and help project teams be more productive. The enhancements, introduced as part of Livelink 9.2, include expanded capabilities for team workspaces and a new interface developed from customer research on usability. Open Text is also introducing a new tool that lets communities of users share content with a single click and easily add information to the Livelink repository. Improved workspace templating allows customers to design detailed templates for different types of projects. Templating allows customers to assign standard components, content and structures to workspaces based on the type of project or team using the workspace. Open Text has also added a project overview page, which includes a status indicator to give users a quick update on the team’s progress, and new icon bars for quick navigation within a workspace. Livelink’s new user interface completely revises the look of Livelink, making navigation easier and allowing users to personalize Livelink for their needs. Livelink Companion lets users harvest and share information with others, as well as add information to Livelink to enhance its value as a knowledge repository. Once loaded, Livelink Companion adds a toolbar to the user’s Web browser and an application link that sits in the Windows system tray.

StorageTek & IXOS Partner

StorageTek and IXOS SOFTWARE AG announced a worldwide strategic alliance to integrate a branded IXOS e-mail archival solution and resell IXOS’ archiving and ECM software with StorageTek’s storage management solutions. IXOS will enable StorageTek to provide customers with the IXOS-eCONserver for Exchange and IXOS-eCONserver for Lotus as part of StorageTek’s Email Xcelerator series of solutions. Additionally, StorageTek may resell the IXOS-eCON Solution Suite, which manages all documents and data across the enterprise, including groupware, enterprise content and e-mail archives. This combined IXOS-StorageTek solution will enable companies to retain an unalterable archive of email for a fixed period of time, helping them comply with regulatory requirements as mandated by SEC 17a-4, Sarbanes-Oxley and Basel II. StorageTek and IXOS have already integrated the StorageTek Application Storage Manager (ASM) for Unix with the e-mail solution suite — including Email ArchiveMaster and Email AuditMaster.,

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