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Day: January 12, 2004

Sybari Ships Antigen 7.5 for Microsoft Sharepoint

Sybari Software, Inc. announced their antivirus and content-filtering, Antigen 7.5 for Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies has gone gold. This latest addition for Sybari’s Antigen fully supports Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003 and Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services and enables companies to take advantage of new and enhanced features including document filtering capabilities, real-time protection of multiple SharePoint Document Libraries and integration with Microsoft SharePoint Virus Scanning API. The new version of Antigen for SharePoint delivers more features specifically designed to complement SharePoint Portal 2003 including in-memory scanning for higher performance, content-filtering options to enable filtering by document name and/or document type, and real-time virus scanning to provide high reliability and protection.

Obinary Releases Magnolia 1.1

Obinary has released Magnolia 1.1, an update to its free Java-based Enterprise Content Management System. Magnolia 1.1 includes an improved caching mechanism that works seamlessly and automatically to deliver performance for dynamically created web pages, while maintaining full authentication mechanisms. New sample templates demonstrate the use of server side image resizing. This allows storing images independently of their display dimensions. The same source image can thus be displayed in several sizes, for example to have thumbnails and “show detail” functionality. Numerous small interface improvements and a streamlined and renamed core API further enhance the ease-of-use of Magnolia. All documentation has been updated to reflect the new API. Magnolia installers and updaters are available for all major operating systems. Magnolia can be installed quickly on all common operating-systems (JDK 1.4.1 required) and is available free of charge at,

Context Media Delivers Expanded Support for IBM Platforms

Context Media, Inc. announced that its Interchange Suite content integration software provides additional support for multiple IBM platforms. Context Media Interchange Suite is now powered by IBM WebSphere Application Server, IBM Tivoli Directory Server and IBM DB2 Information Management platforms. Context Media also announced that it has integrated Interchange Suite with IBM DB2 Content Manager and WebSphere Portal, allowing customers to directly import data from third party content management systems onto their desktops through WebSphere Portal or Context Media user interfaces like Intershare, a Windows based client that acts like a shared drive within any desktop application. Context Media also announced that it has expanded its relationship with IBM by joining the IBM Value Advantage Plus (VAP) partner program to drive joint solutions into the small and medium business (SMB) marketplace. Interchange Suite, powered by IBM WebSphere Application Server, DB2 Universal Database and IBM Tivoli Directory Server, is currently available.

Accordare Partners with DataPower

DataPower Technology, Inc. along with Accordare announced a partnership aimed at easing the creation and ongoing maintenance of XML-based trading partner connections. The agreement combines Accordare’s Reflector and DataPower’s XS40 XML Security Gateway to provide an intelligent e-business mediation point. The combined offering delivers “no-coding” XML security, eases coping with mismatched XML business document formats, detects common business process protocol interoperability errors, helps debug disagreements over security and standards specifications, and overcomes other obstacles to launching and maintaining electronic business connections. By combining Accordare’s Reflector and the DataPower XML Security Gateway, a “drop-in” network device purpose-built to provide complete XML Web services security and wirespeed XML performance, enterprises can now eliminate these barriers and get business-to-business transactions flowing “live” in record time.,

Venetica Provides Enterprise Content Integration Support for IBM DB2 Content Manager OnDemand

Venetica announced the availability of a Content Bridge to IBM DB2 Content Manager OnDemand, enabling customers to leverage distributed content stored in statements, invoices and other formatted computer output on behalf of enterprise initiatives such as customer service, regulatory compliance and supply chain management. This announcement is part of an ongoing relationship in support of IBM technology. With VeniceBridge, IBM customers can build enterprise-spanning business applications on the WebSphere platform that provide access to content throughout the organization and leverage business processes defined across multiple business units. These solutions can use a combination of IBM DB2 Content Manager and Lotus Domino.Doc for managing and archiving critical digitized content, Lotus Notes for collaborative information and knowledge management, IBM WebSphere MQ Workflow for enterprise-wide business processes, and other disparate non-IBM systems being used to manage content and processes across the organization. Venetica’s technology has been deployed in IBM customer environments on multiple IBM operating systems including AIX, Linux and zOS.

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