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Day: January 15, 2007 (Page 2 of 2)

Interwise Announces Interwise Connect for Documentum

Interwise unveiled its second solution supporting EMC’s collaboration product platform, Interwise Connect for Documentum. The solution addresses the transformation of live business meetings into real time content that can be stored and managed to enhance project collaboration, compliance and other business activities. Designed to operate seamlessly with EMC Documentum, the solution has been awarded the “Designed for EMC” designation. Also, the company delivered enhancements to its Interwise Connect for eRoom solution that adds unlimited, live meeting capabilities to EMC Documentum eRoom workspace environments. Interwise Connect for Documentum allows enterprises to capture, manage and store the live information assets and records produced during voice, Web and video conferences and face-to-face meetings. It helps enterprise content management (ECM) capture and store the transactional content that comes from applications like e-mail, ERP (SAP/Oracle) and others. Users can schedule audio conferences and Web meetings, as well as upload materials and invite participants, directly from within EMC Documentum. All Interwise meeting components – telephone and online meeting discussions, whiteboard drawings, shared applications and documents, meeting invitations and participant lists – can be categorized as metadata within Documentum for later indexing, searching and playback. The solution also allows users to integrate their meeting assets into Documentum workflows and business processes. The assets are stored within Documentum’s secure content repository. http://www.interwise.com

Drupal 5.0 released

Drupal 5.0, a popular open source CMS, has been released. Version 5.0 looks to be a fairly major release. From the Drupal site… “After 8 months of development we are ready to release Drupal 5.0 to the world. Today is also Drupal’s 6th birthday, so the timing could not be more perfect. Drupal 4.0 was released in 2002 and finally we feel confident to increase the major version number from 4 to 5. There have been over 492 contributors to the Drupal 5.0 release submitting 1173 patches, which is 150 more people than our previous record with Drupal 4.7. These new contributions are seen in the major usability improvements, a new Drupal core theme, a web-based installer, and expansion of the Drupal development framework that will afford themers and contributing developers even greater flexibility and power. http://drupal.org/drupal-5.0

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