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Day: October 5, 2004

Open Text’s Records Management Software Receives UK National Archives Approval

Open Text Corporation announced that its records management software has been approved by the UK Government’s National Archives electronic records management systems (ERMS) program. The UK government’s ERMS program, which incorporates the Management of Classified Records, involves a rigorous testing process to ensure that organizations using records management software can adequately control and manage those records. The UK government has set a target for all central government organizations to be able to store and retrieve their public records electronically by 2005, to ensure that they are able to meet the demands of working in an electronic environment.

JotSpot Launches, Unveils Application Wiki

JotSpot, an “application wiki company”, announced the official formation of the company. JotSpot extends wiki technology into the realm of workgroup applications, aiming to make Web-based applications simpler to build, deploy and evolve. JotSpot will offer its application wiki as a hosted service and, the company will offer its product free for open source project use. Workgroups can start using the service in three ways: begin immediately using the full-featured commercial wiki, install pre-packaged wiki-applications from JotSpot’s application gallery or customize an individual wiki-application for a specific business need. The JotSpot application wiki is designed as a platform for lightweight workgroup collaborative applications that can be customized for very specific business needs and uses. The ultimate benefit of the JotSpot application wiki is that the design of a web application can constantly evolve based on user behavior and learning. Multiple people can collaborate on the design of a web application and the structure of the application can emerge as people continue to use it. The JotSpot application wiki offers the feature set of a standard document wiki: collaborative editing, version control, attachment capability and full-text search. In addition, JotSpot extends document-wiki functions by offering: Microsoft-Word style WYSIWYG editing, email integration (every page is an Inbox) and a database backend. The company has an invitation-only beta program.

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