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Day: January 23, 2005

McLaren & FileNet Announce Availability of Enterprise Engineer

McLaren Software and FileNet Corporation announced the general availability of McLaren Enterprise Engineer for the FileNet P8 Enterprise Content Management (ECM) platform. McLaren Enterprise Engineer is a suite of configurable, out-of-the-box applications for the management of all forms of engineering content. The suite of applications is designed to meet the business requirements of organizations in process manufacturing, oil and gas, utilities, government, and design & construction sectors, as well as other organizations operating large production facilities and similar assets. Enterprise Engineer is designed to accelerate the business processes associated with engineering content, such as drawings, correspondence, procedures, specifications and other related documents.,

IBM Updates Collaboration Offerings

IBM has launched a broad array of software and technologies. The new technology and services are designed to give organizations the choice and flexibility to build the “front end” of their collaborative solutions – on a variety of client devices, from PCs to mobile devices. Along with new enhancements to Lotus Notes and Domino, IBM is introducing new WebSphere Portal and Workplace solutions. These three product families form the core of IBM’s collaboration portfolio. The new version of Lotus Notes and Domino, WebSphere Portal and the Workplace platform are designed to help organizations extend the reach and value of their back-end systems and all play a key role in increasing collaboration and productivity for employees, customers and partners. In addition to new software enhancements, IBM is also introducing new Workplace development tools, enhanced business partner programs and a new hosted solution that allows customers to leverage IBM collaborative software on demand. New products include: Notes and Domino 7, Workplace Collaborative Services, IBM Web Services for Remote Portlets (WSRP) Self-Service Validation Site, IBM Workplace for Business Controls and Reporting (WBCR), and more.

PaperThin Releases CommonSpot Content Server 4.5

PaperThin, Inc. announced the availability of CommonSpot Content Server version 4.5, the company’s Web content management solution. This major release introduces expanded authoring features like rich text editing for Mac, collaborative authoring and email review, a Web Services-based content import facility, a taxonomy module, and several features that benefit organizations with a large-scale Web presence. Several new features have been added that directly benefit content authors. Full authoring and administrative functionality is now available under any Mozilla-based browser, including Mozilla 1.7, FireFox 1.0, and Netscape 7.2. Content can now be authored, published or approved on the Mac, Windows and Linux platforms. Additionally, CommonSpot 4.5 supports collaborative authoring, enabling content authors to view ‘Work in Progress’ by other authors, and if authorized, take ownership of the content for further editing. A new ‘Email Review’ feature has also been added. A Web Services-based content import facility now available enables developers to initially populate a CommonSpot site with content from external sites or systems, and allows for the ongoing consumption of syndicated content. Additional enterprise level functionality introduced in CommonSpot 4.5 includes a transaction/audit log which provides the ability to track all contributor actions and events to better comply with audit trail regulations. Full UTF-8 support enables organizations to publish content in any language including multi-byte UNICODE languages.

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