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Day: August 23, 2004 (Page 1 of 2)

Inmagic Introduces Presto!

Inmagic, Inc. announced the release of Inmagic Presto! – a Web-based content catalog for accessing, sharing and re-purposing information assets. Built on the Inmagic Content Server using the Microsoft SQL Server backend, Presto!
leverages the Microsoft .NET technologies to provide unified access to search, identify and retrieve content no matter where it resides. Inmagic Presto! is designed to help information-intensive organizations maximize value from their information assets and interoperate within the overall IT infrastructure. Presto! can serve as a repository for housing content from legacy systems as well as maintain metadata about an organization’s content whether it resides in the Presto! database or elsewhere. In addition, Presto! automates the capture, aggregation and categorization of the content to provide integrated search in order to facilitate information discovery. Combining local control of content with enterprise-wide access, Presto! requires that content managers need only manage the lifecycle of the original content.

TripleHop’s MatchPoint Integrates with Microsoft Office

TripleHop Technologies announced it made MatchPoint available directly from the search menus of Microsoft Office with its MatchPoint 3.2 Office Edition. MatchPoint Office enables end users within the enterprise to perform searches through their desktop information, in addition to other disparate sources previously searchable through MatchPoint 3.2 Enterprise Edition. With MatchPoint Office, end users can now query any internal or external information source directly from within Windows. MatchPoint 3.2 Office Edition is available directly through TripleHop Technologies

SiteRefresh 5 Ships

Refresh Software Corp. announced the release of SiteRefresh 5, with a J2EE Core developed in Java offering JSR-170 (level 2) features for inclusion in Service-Oriented Architectures. SiteRefresh’s Open Publishing System provides interfaces, complete with source code, for Web publishing and delivery systems developed in ASP, ASP.NET, JSP, CFM, PHP, TCL, and Perl. Enhancements to SiteRefresh 5 include a 3-tier architecture, enhanced Digital Asset Management capabilities, support for both an image and file repository as well as content asset specific files and images, enhanced AssetType datafield validation, support for user-defined triggers performed on workflow transitions, originator notification and periodic review workflow settings, and, edition content can now be defined by either current or published versions. SiteRefresh Open Publishing System (OPS) is a method for the secure and controlled retrieval of assets stored in the SiteRefresh Content Repository. OPS includes a series of source code Content Retrieval Objects which engage SiteRefresh’s Content Repository’s open/published RDBMS schema for non-proprietary API access. Customer’s chosen publishing process continue to operate without reengineering and can be used to generate content in Web, WAP, RSS, and XML.

Inxight Partners with Factiva, Indraweb, KAPS Group, Taxonomy Warehouse & WAND

Inxight Software, Inc. announced partnerships with Factiva, Indraweb, KAPS Group, Taxonomy Warehouse and WAND to provide Inxight SmartDiscovery customers with pre-built and custom taxonomies. Inxight SmartDiscovery provides search, categorization and taxonomy management, and entity and fact extraction. Working with Inxight’s taxonomy partners, SmartDiscovery customers can integrate pre-built industry taxonomies, which are able to serve as the basis for organizing intellectual capital and creating efficiencies. For organizations that use multiple taxonomies for different functions or applications, Inxight’s partners provide the ability to customize taxonomies by analyzing the work processes and information stores of a particular company. SmartDiscovery’s taxonomy and information categorization tools enable users to manage their taxonomies over time.

CambridgeDocs Announces Java Doc Library

CambridgeDocs announced the upcoming release of the Java Document Library, which allows cross-platform Java applications to read, access and create Microsoft Word, WordML, HTML, RTF, and PDF files. The Java Document Library software development kit is for Java server-side applications that need to import or export textual or published content. Using the publishing capabilities of the Java Document Library, applications running on Windows, Linux, and many Unix versions can read and write Word, HTML, and PDF documents. The Java Document Library can also convert existing files (WordML, Word, RTF, HTML, PDF) into XML and to XSL:FO, HTML, and into RTF. The Java Document Library is a general purpose Application Framework and Java class library for incorporating document functionality into J2EE and J2SE applications. The Java Document Library provides a consistent programming interface across different document-types. It is available for download immediately. Pricing starts at $15,000 per server.

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