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Day: October 24, 2004

EMC Adds EMC Documentum Learning Services

EMC Corporation announced the availability of EMC Documentum Learning Services, an extension of the EMC Documentum Enterprise Content Management platform that provides interoperability with third-party Learning Management Systems (LMS) and a variety of learning content authoring tools. Documentum Learning Services enables organizations to unify learning initiatives and reduce the overall associated costs by managing and storing all learning content in a centralized repository and leveraging content services provided by the Documentum platform. Through the EMC Documentum Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Program, which helps ISVs deliver Documentum-based offerings that are tailored to industry-specific requirements, EMC is working with three leading LMS vendors – Pathlore Software Corporation, Plateau Systems and THINQ Learning Solutions, to deliver integrated learning solutions. Documentum Learning Services is compliant with the Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) standard, which enables learning content creators to store and manage all learning content in the Documentum platform, and with Package Exchange Notification Services (PENS), an interoperability standard for learning management systems.,

NextPage Announces Beta of NextPage 1.5

NextPage Inc. announced the beta version of NextPage 1.5, a subscription service that helps users track and manage document versions stored on e-mail, hard drives and servers. It enables real-time feedback, tracking and notifications about document versions, using e-mail and Microsoft Office applications. NextPage prevents users from wasting time working on the wrong document version, reduces the risk of sending out incorrect information, and delivers control to confusing ad-hoc document processes. Every NextPage-tracked document contains a “silver thread,” connecting different document versions together to ensure that users always have access to the latest informationwhether the document is saved as an e-mail attachment, stored on a shared drive, or stored on a personal hard drive. The service keeps track of status and versioning information, even when documents are e-mailed outside an organization, renamed or sent to non-subscribers. With NextPage 1.5, team members automatically receive notifications about the status of documents, such as who is currently editing a document and who has worked on different versions in the past. A real-time notification to users who begin to edit an outdated version prevents inconsistencies. NextPage 1.5 will be generally available in the first quarter of 2005.

Percussion Introduces Rhythmyx 5.5 – Focused on Mid-tier

Percussion Software introduced version 5.5 of its Rhythmyx Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solution, a major release that extends Percussion’s position in the ECM market for mid-tier enterprises. Rhythmyx 5.5 is tailored for organizations of any size that share the mid-tier market’s need balance between out-of-the-box functionality vs. customization requirements. Among Rhythmyx 5.5’s major new features are enhancements to the Document Management (DM) module, new Digital Asset Management (DAM) capabilities and the FastForward for WCM rapid implementation package. Other new Rhythmyx 5.5 features include the an automated Text Extraction capability, WebDAV support and enhanced search and collaboration capabilities. Rhythmyx 5.5 comes bundled with FastForward for WCM, the prepackaged WCM implementation for Rhythmyx that enables users to get their sites under management rapidly, without sacrificing multi-site, multi-channel features. FastForward for WCM is the first of the Rhythmyx FastForward for ECM series. Rhythmyx 5.5 also adds new browser support for Safari for Mac users and Mozilla Firefox for Windows users. Rhythmyx 5.5 supports Microsoft Windows, Red Hat Linux and Sun Solaris platforms and is available this month. Pricing varies depending on configuration, however a typical Rhythmyx 5.5 configuration starts at $95,000.

GlobalLink for Documentum Content Server 5 Unveiled announced that the company has completed integration of its GMS product, GlobalLink, with Documentum Content Server 5. GlobalLink is a web-based java application that helps content managers identify, source, track, and publish multilingual content. Integration with content repositories, including file systems, databases and content management systems, enables content managers and authors to focus on managing source language content without managing a manual workflow for multilingual content.,

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