‘For the U.S. military and its allies stationed in Iraq, information plays a key role in battlefield decision making. To improve the military’s ability to share information in Iraq, U.S. Joint Forces Command in this month integrated open, Web-based document- and file-management software into an existing collaboration portal known as the Cross Domain Collaborative Information [...]
Archive for March, 2005
‘Managing even a medium-sized Web site can be a real headache. If you are tired of manually managing content, updating news, and keeping track of old items, then you need a content management system — software that makes it easy to handle the mundane administrative duties of a Web site. A good CMS lets you [...]
RedDot Solutions, a leading global provider of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions, today announced a new version of its Web Content Management System, RedDot CMS 6.1. The latest version offers several new features designed to make complex Web projects easier to administer, faster to implement, and simpler to test against diverse standards.
Among the many new [...]
‘Most organizations struggling with the relentless spread of unstructured data would like to reduce the amount of it they generate. Marist College would like to make more.
Marist considers itself a leader among academic institutions that incorporate information technology into their educational processes, and with good reason. The Hudson Valley, NY, liberal arts college developed the [...]
Tinderbox for Macintosh version 2.4
Eastgate is DELIGHTED to announce a new version of Tinderbox!
Tinderbox 2.4 represents a new landmark; with more than 80
improvements, Tinderbox is faster, smoother, and more powerful than
RULES add even more intelligence and flexibility, allowing you to
create new relationships between notes.
STICKY and LOCKED ADORNMENTS make [...]
Call it a case of the chickens coming home to roost—four years later. When IBM Corp. purchased one-time relational and object database high-flyer Informix in 2001, the latter company’s ETL business was spun off as a separate entity—data integration specialist Ascential Software Corp.
Last week, IBM finished the deal, snapping up Ascential for $1.1 billion in [...]
‘New EMC Documentum Release Extends EMC’s Content Management Leadership; Delivers Ultra-accessible, Highly Scalable Infrastructure for Unstructured Information
EMC Corporation, the world leader in information storage and management, today announced the next-generation EMC Documentum enterprise content management (ECM) platform. As an integral element of EMC’s strategy to help customers align their IT infrastructures with their business based [...]
‘Plone is a popular Open Source Web CMS based on the Zope application framework. A recent review of Plone by Roger Johansson is definitely worth a close read if you are considering Plone as a Web CMS.
Roger is a Swedish-based web developer sort, with an emphasis on presentation technologies, web standards, and the like. Accordingly, [...]
‘IBM announces a new Enterprise Content Management (ECM) portfolio touting over 160 vertical content applications, features for regulatory compliance, and broad enterprise information repository integration.
Featured heavily in this release are integration features built around IBM’s new XML document technologies, derived from the ongoing Project Cinnamon research.
IBM’s new offering harnesses the improved performance and integration of [...]
‘Hot on the heels of winning industry recognition as the LinuxWorld Best Open Source Solution and Best of Show, Mambo has won yet another award, this time from leading Linux publication, Linux Format.
The award, in the most prestigious category of “Best Free Software Project of the Year” was announced this week.
Nick Veitch, Editor of Linux [...]