eTouch Systems unveiled its enterprise wiki solution, eTouch SamePage, at the Gilbane Conference on Content Management Technologies. eTouch SamePage delivers rich functionality and wiki with enterprise-grade scalability, security, and stability to effectively support, streamline, and manage team collaborative efforts. With eTouch SamePage, teams of any size can work together more effectively, making collaboration and sharing knowledge across projects, organizations, and geographies easier than ever. eTouch SamePage is available immediately in three deployment options: On-Demand, Appliance, and On-Premise. eTouch SamePage On-Demand starts at $100/month for the first 20 users and is available as a free trial for 30 days.
At the Gilbane conference in San Francisco Liquid Machines announced two new Enterprise Rights Management solutions to simply information protection without requiring changes to normal user behavior. Liquid Machines Google Mini Gateway enables organizations using the Google Mini enterprise search appliance to index and search rights-managed content. Using the Liquid Machines Google Mini Gateway, enterprises can create and maintain a comprehensive index of rights-managed enterprise content, and make that index available to authorized users via the Google search interface. The solution recognizes when the Google Mini appliance requests a protected document, and dynamically decrypts the document to provide a clear-text copy for indexing. When a request comes from a standard user, protected documents matching the key search criteria appear as links in the Google Mini interface. The requested file is rights-managed, with access and usage policies seamlessly enforced using Liquid Machines Document Control. Liquid Machines Fileshare Gateway enables customers to easily secure their regulated and confidential documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and other electronic files that exist on network servers and file shares. Liquid Machines Fileshare Gateway extends the networked file server approach to managing and controlling access by placing the protection on the data, automatically encrypting files such as documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and diagrams as they are added to, or modified in, a folder or file share. This ensures protection not only when documents are stored, but during usage and distribution (e.g. open, edit, save, save as, copy/paste, drag and drop, print, etc.).
Essential Security Software, Inc. announced support for Microsoft Windows Rights Management Services (RMS), and the extension of its capabilities beyond Active Directory requirements, allowing enterprise organizations to set and enforce document and e-mail usage policies for the secure exchange of e-mail and documents with small businesses. The announement was made at the Gilbane Enterprise DRM Conference in San Francisco. Windows RMS-enabled applications help safeguard digital information from unauthorized access and use. Essential Security Software will extend the Windows RMS platform by enabling the following: Interoperability between Essential Taceo, Essential Security Software’s peer-to-peer email and document security solution, and Microsoft’s RMS; Identification and management of keys for small businesses by Essential Taceo to enable small businesses that do not run Active Directory to securely exchange email and documents with enterprises that do; Automatic identity translation through Microsoft’s Rights Management Services to translate identity into and out of RMS for small business users of Taceo; and Rights translation and enforcement services through and between RMS and Essential Taceo.
Lionbridge Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ:LIOX) introduced Freeway 2.0, a web-architected language collaboration platform. Freeway brings together the critical elements of a global enterprise translation program into a single on-demand, free application available to Lionbridge clients and translation partners. Using Freeway, local project management, in-country translation and reviews, offshore engineering, and quality control are now all managed real-time on a web platform. Using a secure login, clients, Lionbridge personnel, and translators can access their Freeway environment via a web browser in any one of 17 available languages. Once inside they can initiate projects, upload and download language assets, manage glossaries and translation memories (TMs), and track the status of a single project or their entire program history. Freeway can be configured for any user with no limitation on the number of “seats,” and without any deployment costs. All language assets can be imported and exported. Freeway can be connected via web services to in-house and content solutions from EMC Documentum, Interwoven, Microsoft, Oracle, CrownPeak, and Vasont Systems, providing an automated workflow cycle from creation to global publishing. Freeway 2.0 is built on two production technologies: the Logoport linguistic engine and Lionbridge’s collaboration portal.
Freeway 2.0 is available today for Lionbridge clients and translators. http://www.lionbridge.com