Microsoft releases rebranded Content Management Server

After buying NCompass Labs Inc. in April to acquire the company's NCompass Resolution 4.0 software, Microsoft Corp. Wednesday announced the general availability of the re-branded NCompass Resolution, now called Microsoft Content Management Server 2001.

Content Management Server 2001 is a server application designed to help users create, manage, update and publish content on the Web. The software can also be used to automatically detect mobile or foreign-language browsers and adjust the content accordingly. Content Management Server 2001 is the latest in the .Net Enterprise Server series, Microsoft said. .Net is a wide-ranging Microsoft initiative that will be built around the Internet and information services.

More than 150 companies already use the software under the NCompass brand, and all will receive a free upgrade to Content Management Server 2001, Microsoft said.

Content Management Server 2001 Enterprise Edition costs US$39,901 per processor.

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