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Day: January 23, 2006

FAST InStream to be Integrated Into SAXOTECH’s Web Publishing Platform

SAXOTECH, a software development and systems implementation company serving the publishing industry, and Fast Search & Transfer (FAST), announced an OEM partnership that will bring search features to SAXOTECH’s web publishing application platform for online media sites, as well as other SAXOTECH products. SAXOTECH will integrate FAST InStream with SAXOTECH Online, its web publishing platform developed exclusively to enable the rapid flow of content from news sources to dynamic, multimedia Web sites. By integrating FAST InStream with SAXOTECH Online, SAXOTECH’s customers can realize real-time indexing of content from multiple sources, a useful service to new media sites that typically produce hundreds of new articles and online classified advertisements per day. General availability of the initial FAST-integrated, search technologies will be with the mid-2006 release of SAXOTECH Online. http://www.saxotech.com, http://www.fastsearch.com

New Gilbane Conference on Content Technologies for Government Set to Take Place June 13-15, 2006 in Washington D.C.

The Gilbane Report, Lighthouse Seminars and CMS Watch announced the launch of The Gilbane Conference on Content Technologies for Government, taking place at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington D.C. June 13-15, 2006.

Modeled after the overwhelming success of its Boston and San Francisco events, this end-user driven event will offer attendees actionable advice for managing enterprise content to meet today’s Federal requirements.

At the Content Technologies for Government Conference, topics covered will include: Enterprise content management technologies, business applications, and solutions; How to get your content management project funded; Content technologies and 508 compliance; New standards in content interoperability; Enterprise architecture and enterprise content management; Latest enterprise search and text-mining technologies: beyond the hype; Comparative approaches for using XML to manage authoritative content; How different agencies have successfully implemented records management solutions; Comparative approaches to e-mail archiving; Role of new media technologies – blogs, wikis, and RSS – in public agencies; Best practices in content governance and web operations management; and, The future of the federal government Web.

In addition to two days of conference sessions, attendees can participate in introductory tutorials on key topics. An advisory board of leading federal and industry experts will shape the final program. Information and the call for papers is available at https://gilbane.com/gilbane-conference-washington-dc-2006/