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TEMIS Unveils Luxid Content Pipeline

TEMIS announced the launch of Luxid Content Pipeline, a new content collection module integrated within the latest version of its content discovery solution, Luxid 5.1. This platform collects content from a range of information sources and feeds them into Luxid. After annotating content with relevant metadata, Luxid then applies search, discovery and sharing tools to the enriched content and provides users with content analytics and knowledge discovery. Luxid Content Pipeline accesses content by three different methods: Structured Access connects and automates the collection of documents from structured content sources such as Dialog, DataStar, ISI Web of Knowledge, Ovid, STN, Questel, EBSCOhost, Factiva, LexisNexis, MicroPatent, Scopus, ScienceDirect, Minesoft, Esp@cenet, and PubMed. Enterprise Content Management Access connects to corporate knowledge repositories such as EMC Documentum, EMC Documentum CenterStage and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server. To be as compatible as possible with a wide variety of document sources, Luxid Content Pipeline also supports the integration of UIMA (Unstructured Information Management Architecture) collection readers, enabling the connection to these sources using UIMA standard protocol and format conversion.

oXygen XML Editor and Author Version 11 Released

Syncro Soft released <oXygen/> XML Editor and Author version 11. Version 11 of <oXygen/> XML Editor comes with new features covering both XML development and XML authoring like: XProc support, integrated documentation for XSLT stylesheets, a new XQuery debugger (for the Oracle Berkeley DB XML database), MathML rendering and editing support, a smarter Author mode for an improved visual editing experience and DITA 1.2 features. The support for very large documents was improved to handle documents in the 200MB range in the editor and 10GB in the large files viewer, the SVN support was upgraded with new features and a number of processors and frameworks were updated to their latest versions. <oXygen/> 11 contains also an experimental integration with EMC Documentum Content Management System. <oXygen/> XML Editor can be purchased for a price of USD 449 for the Enterprise license, USD 349 for the Professional license, and USD 64 for Academic/Non-Commercial use (for the latter, the support and maintenance pack is included). <oXygen/> XML Author can be purchased for a price of USD 269 for the Enterprise license and USD 199 for the Professional license. <oXygen/> XML Editor and Author version 11 can be freely evaluated for 30 days. You can request a trial license key from

EMC Expands Developer Resources for Enterprise Content Management

EMC Corporation (NYSE:EMC) announced free, full-function developer editions of its enterprise content management (ECM) products and launched two new online communities dedicated to EMC Documentum and XML developers. Through the Documentum and XML communities, developers will have open access to resources that includes code samples, tutorials, full product documentation and “getting started” guides. EMC Documentum Content Server Developer Edition provides developers free access and offers a “one-click” deployment that can be run on a laptop so that developers can quickly start creating their Documentum-based solutions. EMC Documentum xDB Developer Edition provides developers a scalable, high performance, native XML database at no cost for development and testing. .NET Productivity Suite makes it easier for developers to conduct integrations with Microsoft applications such as SharePoint by allowing them to work exclusively in a Microsoft environment. EMC Documentum Content Services for Salesforce CRM allows developers to embed Documentum content services within Salesforce CRM. All products are available today. The free developer editions of Content Server and xDB are for development, testing and trial only. Standard licensing fees apply for production and run-time deployments.

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.

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