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Month: December 2005 (Page 1 of 7)

CMS Idol Video from Gilbane Boston Now Available

Bob Doyle of CMS Review was kind enough to film the “CMS Idol” competition at our recent Boston Conference. Tony Byrne of CMSWatch hosted and the judges were Theresa Regli, Lisa Welchman, and Erik Hartman. This was a big hit and you can now view Bob’s video, which is encoded as QuickTime suitable for Podcasting (iPod 320×240). (You should use the latest QuickTime player.) Vendors included Ektron, FatWire, Interwoven, RedDot, Stellent, and WebSideStory. All did a great job!

ClearStory Releases Enterprise Media Server (EMS) for WebSphere Application Server

ClearStory Systems (BULLETIN BOARD: CSYS) announced the availability of Enterprise Media Server (EMS) for IBM WebSphere Application Server. The Enterprise Media Server platform is also certified for the BEA WebLogic and JBoss application servers and supports IBM DB2, Microsoft SQL, and Oracle 9i databases. EMS can be deployed as a stand-alone product or can be incorporated as part of an enterprise content management strategy.

Hot Banana Software Signs 3 International Partners

Hot Banana Software announced the signing of three International Channel Partner agreements. The latest Hot Banana Channel Partners are; Neshami Company of Kuwait; Zmart of Delft, Holland; and Information Providers, of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Hot Banana is Unicode compliant to enable its Web Content Management Suite to store, retrieve and deliver multiple languages through a single Web site, and can therefore support content in any language including multi-byte languages, such as Chinese, Arabic and all the Eastern European languages. To-date Hot Banana powered Web sites have been translated into: English, Dutch, Polish, Arabic, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, German, Vietnamese, French, Estonian, Spanish, and Farsi. Hot Banana includes translation workflow processes allowing changes to content to trigger appropriate notifications to the assigned translators of the other language versions of that page. , ,

Idiom Announces New Pricing & Packaging

Idiom Technologies, Inc. announced new pricing and packaging options for its WorldServer globalization software. Idiom is also launching several fixed-price, pre-packaged QuickStart professional service offerings that help customers rapidly deploy Idiom WorldServer. With these offerings, Idiom is addressing the translation and localization needs of smaller global enterprises and departments within large international organizations. QuickStart is the company’s newest professional services offering aimed at helping organizations, particularly those in the midmarket, simplify planning, maximize productivity and reduce costs associated with implementing a WorldServer globalization solution. QuickStart helps organizations with requirements analysis and planning, solution design, implementation and testing, and deployment and transition. New pricing and packaging are aimed at simplifying the WorldServer product line. Instead of several application-specific versions, Idiom will now market and sell one WorldServer-branded solution with the same features and functionality across the board. Pricing starts at $75,000 and is based simply on the number of users and server configuration requirements.

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