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Day: November 15, 2004 (Page 1 of 2)

E Solutions Launches Web Content Management Tool

E Solutions Corp. announced the launch of E-CMS, an electronic content management solution designed to give small businesses greater control over their web sites. Employees with just word processing and Internet browser experience can use E-CMS to quickly change their company’s web site content, post news articles, alter the content’s size and color, add graphics and hyperlinks, or add and delete pages, all while maintaining the look and feel of the original web site. Users pay a one-time fee based on the number of pages in the web site. E Solutions also offers training for the site administrator and content administrators.

Endeca Announces Availability of ProFind 4.6

Endeca announced the immediate availability of Endeca ProFind 4.6, a new version of its enterprise search, Guided Navigation and Content Spotlighting platform. The new software features Rich Site Summary (RSS) support for custom alerting and Web Services and Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) support for system-to-system integration and customization. RSS support allows users of Endeca applications to create custom alerts and have them delivered as RSS feeds or via e-mail systems. RSS-enabled Endeca applications provide customers with a tool to deliver online content through a real-time, opt-in delivery mechanism. Endeca has added support for XML-based Web Services standards including SOAP and Web Services Description Language (WSDL). New time/date rules enhance business user control over Content Spotlighting. In addition to expanded phrase relevance ranking modules, new automatic phrase handling capabilities enhance the accuracy and relevancy of search results for multi-word queries. New content adapters for Microsoft SharePoint and Stellent content management offerings help ease application development and speed time-to-market.

Authentica Introduces Secure Office Version 2.0

Authentica, Inc. introduced Authentica Secure Office Version 2.0 to deliver policy automation and enforcement and tight Microsoft Office integration to speed and simplify ERM deployments. It helps organizations manage risk and protect sensitive content while allowing users to collaborate within the enterprise and externally with partners and other associates. Authentica Secure Office lets information owners track and audit document activity and change policies centrally or within the desktop environment for the lifecycle of the content. A continuous audit trail reflects all document activity so organizations always know how information is being accessed and used. Authentica Secure Office will be available in December 2004 with pricing beginning at $50,000.

Open Text Launches New Collaboration Platform

Open Text Corporation said it is launching a new collaboration platform that will create a new way to work online. Called Livelink Touchpoint, the solution unifies Web conferencing, blogs, team workspaces, Instant Messaging and the ability to see the online presence of others into a single, seamless interface – a complete contextual collaboration platform to make communication and online work easier. Livelink Touchpoint is the first of many solutions to be based on Open Text’s new services-oriented development platform, called the Livelink ECM Services Architecture, also announced. Livelink Touchpoint is designed to better match the dynamics of human interaction, while eliminating the need for users to switch between applications to use different collaboration tools. For example, a user can see the presence of a co-worker online, Instant Message that person, then, with one click and within the same interface, quickly escalate that interaction into a Web meeting where the two can share documents or “white board” ideas. If necessary, the two can involve others and create a team workspace for an ongoing project. All collaboration occurs within the Livelink Touchpoint interface, with only a single click needed to add tools as the interaction progresses. Livelink Touchpoint also offers access to electronic content throughout the organization so users can easily access the information they need as they work with others online. Over the next year, Open Text will add new capabilities to further develop Livelink Touchpoint as a core collaboration interface for the Livelink ECM suite. Future enhancements include video, voice and mobile device integration.

Justsystem Introduces New XML Management Architecture

Justsystem announced the availability of a preview version of xfy technology, a new platform for creating, integrating and expressing XML-based applications. xfy introduces an intension-oriented document handling paradigm that enables the re-use of functional modules among several applications. Specifically, xfy’s basic architecture supports a direct relationship between source and presentation vocabularies, creating a true semantic basis for XML. This mapping is made possible by xfy’s Vocabulary Connection technology. The Vocabulary Connection technology also eliminates the need to develop application-specific modules for XML interpretation by supporting the use of easy-to-integrate plug-ins to streamline the application development process. xfy’s architecture, which is able to process many different types of XML documents as true compound documents, is targeted at a sophisticated enterprise IT landscape. Furthermore, a user or developer can easily define and construct an optimal application environment for his or her own needs. Starting today, a preview version of xfy technology can be downloaded at,

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