Curated for content, computing, and digital experience professionals

Month: July 2004 (Page 1 of 6)

telerik r.a.d.editor Available for Microsoft Content Management Server 2002

Microsoft Corporation announced the availability of telerik r.a.d.editor for Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 (MCMS). The product represents a specially modified edition of telerik’s content editor for ASP.NET, which can replace the default HTML Placeholder in MCMS. Featuring a Word-like interface, r.a.d.editor MCMS edition enables non-technical users to author and manage HTML-based content easily. Developers can seamlessly deploy the product in Content Management Server 2002 using the supplied r.a.d.editor Placeholder control, and can configure it in Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. r.a.d.editor tightly integrates with MCMS and follows its security model. The editor allows users to insert and store images, media, and document files in the Resource Gallery, as well as insert hyperlinks to other Postings/Channels by simply selecting them from a treeview. r.a.d.editor can be localized and includes a multilingual spellchecker with support for Microsoft Word dictionaries. Other features include: full table editing, format stripper, thumbnail generator, skinnable toolbar and dialogs, XHTML output, etc. telerik r.a.d.editor MCMS edition is available at no cost to all customers of Microsoft Content Management Server 2002.

Jabber Announces Product Integration with WebEx

Jabber, Inc. announced plans to partner with WebEx Communications, Inc. to integrate WebEx meeting capabilities into Jabber, Inc.’s enterprise-class messaging and presence solution. Jabber, Inc. plans to introduce the integrated offering in the third quarter of this year. Jabber, Inc.’s Extensible Communications Platform (Jabber XCP) is based upon XMPP, the IETF-approved Internet standard for presence and instant messaging. XMPP (Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol) is a real-time communications protocol, which allows people, devices and applications to instantly communicate and exchange streaming XML data, based upon dynamic presence and availability information.,

Informative Graphics & McLaren to Integrate Viewing of Engineering Documents &amp Drawings for the Enterprise

Informative Graphics Corp. (IGC) announced that it has reached a technology partnership agreement with McLaren Software, the Scotland-based developer of Enterprise Engineer and engineering-focused, out-of-the-box content applications used in an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) environment. As a result of the agreement, Informative Graphics has begun work on a full integration of its Brava! Enterprise visualization server for McLaren’s Enterprise Engineer suite, including Drawing Manager and CADLink. Enterprise Engineer manages engineering content throughout an asset’s lifecycle, providing process and content integration between the enterprise and the world of engineering.,

Captiva Signs PVA to Resell InputAccel

Captiva Software Corp. announced that it has signed a value-added reseller agreement with systems integrator PVA Inc., an Open Text Affinity Partner offering a range of Livelink-enabled content management and other customer network solutions. PVA will resell InputAccel, Captiva’s document capture solution, to government, insurance, financial and clinical research organizations. InputAccel is Captiva’s information capture system that transforms mission-critical data from paper and faxes into business-ready content. InputAccel ensures the integrity of incoming data and converts it into formats usable in back-end systems, including XML, image files and custom transaction formats.,

SSA Global Announces SSA Enterprise Content Management

SSA Global announced it is enhancing its position in the product lifecycle management (PLM) market with Enterprise Content Management in their SSA PLM Suite for Discrete and Process Manufacturers. SSA Enterprise Content Management shares, manages and consolidates product data from different enterprise departments and extends the information to all organization levels. Organization members from separate departments can leverage enterprise content and engineering information and incorporate it in their business processes allowing seamless information flow. SSA Enterprise Content Management supports a manufacturer’s PLM strategy to align inter-department communication with role-driven data access and visualization. The application functions as a product data navigator within an enterprise, working with various systems such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Product Data Management (PDM) to manage and share product-related information across departments. It also allows various users controlled access to engineering data, such as product structures, drawings, and design files.

DataPower Ships XI50 XML Integration Appliance

DataPower announced the XI50 XML Integration Appliance, the third member of its product family (which includes the XS40 XML Security Gateway and XA35 XML Accelerator). The XI50 provides a drop-in solution for mainframe XML enablement, wirespeed enterprise message buses, and secure enterprise application integration. XI50 Integration Appliance supports a range of popular transport protocols, including IBM MQ Series, and can perform any-to-any translation between disparate data formats. XI50 can parse, route and transform arbitrary binary, flat text and XML messages, including EDI, COBOL, CSV, ASN.1 and ebXML. DataPower’s DataGlue technology uses a fully declarative, metadata-based approach. The technology enables Data Oriented Programming (DOP) paradigms to be employed without introducing bottlenecks. DataPower XI50 Integration Appliance is used as a drop-in XML enablement solution for mainframes by providing a Web services interface on one side and a native legacy interface on the other. Supported specifications include COBOL Copybook, ISO 8583 ATM messages, MQ series and proprietary record formats. DataPower XI50 Integration Appliance product is available immediately, priced from $50,000 to $75,000, depending on options and quantities.

Scientific Software Introduces Enterprise Content Manager

Scientific Software, Inc. announced a new solution for enterprise content management (ECM). Scientific Software Enterprise Content Manager (formerly known as CyberLAB ECMS) is an ECM software platform that provides a secure, central repository and rich content services to create, capture, manage, archive, and re-use business critical information. Enterprise Content Manager platform capabilities span technology solutions for document management, records management, knowledge management, dynamic report building, records archival, PDF file management, automated records collection, electronic forms processing, and scanning and imaging. This is the 3rd major release after being introduced in 2001. Pricing for Enterprise Content Manager starts at $5,500 for a single server, 5-user system. Enterprise Content Manager is shipping and available to customers immediately.

EMC Announces Documentum Content Storage Services

EMC Corporation announced the new EMC Documentum Content Storage Services to help customers improve their information lifecycle management (ILM) strategies. Documentum Content Storage Services enables organizations to define and execute storage policies that automate the placement and movement of content across a tiered heterogeneous storage infrastructure. New content can be automatically placed on the optimal storage platform and migrated when the value of that content and related business needs change. The new offering supports all EMC storage platforms, as well as arrays from other vendors, including Hitachi, IBM, Hewlett Packard and Network Appliance. Using Documentum Content Storage Services, information can be allocated to and migrated across storage devices based on business policies that utilize standard and user-defined attributes, including content type, access control level, lifecycle state, sharing permissions, industry regulations or archiving requirements, as well as date last accessed, size, related transactions or related documents. Documentum Content Storage Services differs from hierarchical storage management (HSM) by providing allocation and migration of information based on the metadata and content services provided by the EMC Documentum ECM Platform. Documentum Content Storage Services can be utilized to complement and extend HSM solutions, and is immediately available.,

« Older posts

© 2024 The Gilbane Advisor

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑