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Day: May 1, 2007

SDL Announces SDL Translation Management System 2007

SDL announced the release of SDL Translation Management System 2007, a new release of its on-demand solution which helps companies create and reuse multilingual content throughout the complete global content lifecycle. By closely integrating with existing content management systems SDL Translation Management System 2007 manages the process of taking approved content, localizing it and making it available for a global audience. This provides an Internet hosted application that enables integration and visibility across the translation supply chain, from content creation and content management to localization and publishing. The new release of SDL Translation Management System 2007: Automates the Complete Translation Supply Chain – A two-way synchronization capability between SDL Translation Management System 2007 and SDL Trados 2007 enables seamless exchange of content; Enables Greater Language Content Reuse – SDL Translation Management System 2007 drives greater content reuse by leveraging both SDL Perfect Match and Cross File Repetition Scanning technologies; and Delivers Enhanced Quality Assurance – SDL Translation Management System 2007 automatically checks documents for completeness and consistency during the localization process. http://www.sdl.com

Vamosa Launches Free Content Analysis and Migration Software for SharePoint 2007

Vamosa has launched free content analysis and migration software for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. The free software combines Vamosa Community Edition and Vamosa developed SharePoint 2007 connector technology. Vamosa Community Edition was originally released in November 2006 as generic content analysis and migration software downloadable for free from www.vamosa.com. It combines the full functionality of Vamosa’s software, Vamosa Content Analyser and Vamosa Content Migrator, into a single product. The extension of Vamosa Community Edition to include the Microsoft SharePoint 2007 connector allows the SharePoint community to capitalise on the benefits an automated approach to analysis and migration has to offer. Although the software will continue with the limitation of 1000 pages users will be able to: Gain a detailed understanding of up to 1000 pages of content in the fastest manner possible, Improve content quality through the removal of duplicate and out-dated content, Enhance content via the application of relevant metadata, and Reduce the pain involved in migrating content to SharePoint. Vamosa plans to release further editions of Vamosa Community Edition for other leading ECM vendors. Offerings for IBM and Interwoven are due in the near future. Vamosa Community Edition for SharePoint can also be downloaded from http://www.vamosa.com/sharepoint2007

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