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Day: May 22, 2005

NextPage Updates NextPage 1.5

NextPage announced updates to NextPage 1.5, a subscription software service that securely tracks document versions stored on desktops as e-mail attachments and on servers. The updates include additional notification features and the ability to compare Microsoft Word document versions at a glance. The product tracks Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel files and runs on the Microsoft Windows Operating System. NextPage is a Microsoft Certified Partner. http://www.nextpage.com

FAST to be Search Infrastructure for EMC Documentum Enterprise Content Management Platform

Fast Search & Transfer (FAST) announced an OEM partnership with EMC Corporation. Under the terms of the agreement, FAST InStream will be integrated into the recently released Documentum 5.3 platform. FAST InStream provides XML searching, multilingual support to Documentum 5.3. Supporting both structured and unstructured data, FAST InStream is for all types of software applications, including enterprise portals and intranet sites, ECM systems, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solutions, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions, Business Intelligence (BI) suites and applications, as well as storage and archiving solutions. http://www.fastsearch.com

OASIS Approves OpenDocument as Standard

OASIS announced that its members have approved the Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) v1.0 as an OASIS Standard, a status that signifies the highest level of ratification. OpenDocument provides a royalty-free, XML-based file format that covers features required by text, spreadsheets, charts, and graphical documents. OpenDocument provides a single XML schema for text, spreadsheets, charts, and graphical documents. It makes use of existing standards, such as HTML, SVG, XSL, SMIL, XLink, XForms, MathML, and the Dublin Core, wherever possible. OpenDocument has been designed as a package concept, enabling it to be used as a default file format for office applications with no increase in file size or loss of data integrity. Future plans for the OASIS OpenDocument Technical Committee include extending the standard to encompass additional areas of applications and users, as well as adapting it to incorporate ongoing developments in office applications. All those interested in advancing this work, including governments, open source initiatives, educational institutions, and software providers, are encouraged to participate in the Committee. OASIS hosts an open mail list for public comment and the opendocument-dev mailing list for exchanging information on implementing the standard. http://www.oasis-open.org

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