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Month: May 2009 (Page 4 of 4)

Content Circles Offers New Connector to Xerox DocuShare

Content Circles, provider of distributed content management and collaboration solutions, announced the availability of the Content Circles Xerox DocuShare Connector. The Connector allows individuals across geographies to collaborate on projects with DocuShare users securely and in real-time, working online or offline, regardless of firewall restrictions. With the Content Circles Connector, organizations can also collaborate with customers, partners and outside agencies without granting network access to the internal DocuShare system. The Content Circles DocuShare Connector is applied by downloading the software to a computer. A licensed user of DocuShare creates a ‘Circle’ (workgroup) for collaboration, and invites others via email to join. This individual then pulls selected documents from the DocuShare repository and places them into the Circle, which will appear on the desktop of all Circle members’ computers for immediate access. Content Circles tracks which documents have been edited and who has accessed them, creating a secure audit trail for users who are off-line or outside the company, as well as DocuShare users. Content Circles recognizes documents that were originated in DocuShare and enables users to synchronize the changes back to DocuShare for others to see. Content Circle members utilizing the DocuShare Connector can also collaborate on content stored in Microsoft SharePoint, Google Docs, FTP servers, and network drives. The creation and management of Circles requires a paid subscription to Content Circles. Those invited to a Circle can join for free. The Content Circles DocuShare Connector is available immediately and for a limited time at no additional charge.,

Content Data Solutions Announces the Release of Web Publishing Solution SaaS

Content Data Solutions, developers of publishing software, systems integration and pre-press solutions, announced the release of their Web Publishing Solution (WPS) as Software as a Service (SaaS). WPS, developed for the needs of news, journal and book publishers, is a comprehensive application for the creation, enrichment, management and delivery of content to the Web as well as other publishing channels such as print, CD-Rom or E-Reader. WPS’ standard editing controls are similar to Microsoft Word. WPS SaaS’s built in automated publishing process allows companies to publish information quickly with features such as future scheduling and expiration capabilities. WPS’ browser based solution has a built in workflow feature allowing Authors, Editors and Content Managers the ability to revise, approve and release documents in a collaborative environment. Content DSI’s WPS SaaS is priced starting at $500 per month for up to 3 users, 10GB of storage and up to 10MB of monthly internet usage.

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