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Day: November 17, 2003

INSCI Debuts WebWare ActiveMedia 5.0

INSCI Corp. announced the release of WebWare ActiveMedia 5.0: the latest version of its digital asset management (DAM) software. The newest version adds new capabilities for compound document support, providing management for QuarkXPress files including the ability to ingest, version, and maintain links between an Xpress document and all linked files. Identical handling is available for files created by Adobe InDesign, Adobe PhotoShop, and HTML files and their associated images and links. With the new ActiveShare folder and file sharing features, ActiveMedia 5.0 users can collaborate with other registered users. ActiveMedia 5.0 includes a new feature that enables users to email links of archived files to recipients inside or outside a firewall. Interoperability has been extended by the expansion of the ActiveMedia SOAP APIs, adding over 65 individual methods to support the development and extension of ActiveMedia’s functionality and interoperability. INSCI also announced the debut of its WebWare TransMedia Express service, an outsourced service enabling Adobe InDesign desktop publishing software users to automate the conversion of QuarkXpress documents into Adobe InDesign files.,

Context Media Releases Interchange Suite 4.0

Context Media, Inc. announced the immediate availability of Interchange Suite 4.0, the latest version of their content integration software solution. The new version of the Web-services-based Interchange Suite includes a number of enhancements that together will improve content management, access and distribution capabilities. New features include additional application and infrastructure platform support; new metadata management capabilities, enhanced security, scalability and high availability features for business performance and continuity; and a number of end user enhancements that improve productivity and demonstrate substantial ROI. Content organized by Interchange Suite can also be accessed by Intershare, Context Media’s Web services client, which acts like a shared drive allowing “desktop level” access to all content. The solution bypasses the need for companies to standardize on a single vendor’s content management, digital asset management or document management system.

Gilbane Report to Host Open Webinar Series on Content Technology Best Practices

The Gilbane Report announced that it will host an ongoing webinar series on content technology best practices as told from the enterprise consumers’ perspective. The series complements the popular Gilbane Report conferences and publications and further extends the Gilbane Report community. This webinar series is the first public work to come from the Content Technology Works Program (CTW) announced in September and provides the industry with direct access to leading enterprises that are making content technology work today. The first seminar, “Content Categories That Work”, will be held on Dec. 16, 2003 at 12:30PM EST. Learn how three companies, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Mattel and Unisys, make sense of the content technology world for the benefit of their organizations, partners and customers. Other scheduled webinar topics include “Tips and Techniques for Adoption” and “Measuring Value, Managing Expectations.” To register, visit select “View Scheduled Events” and then the “Register” icon.,

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