Interwoven this week will roll out a new Web publishing tool designed to allow business users to create and publish dynamic Web sites easily.
Stories by Cathleen Moore
Microsoft and Siemens Information and Communications on Tuesday unveiedl an alliance designed to bring together the two vendors' collaboration and communications products.
Groove Networks on Monday rolled out a set of downloadable templates designed to offer ready-to-use forms for collaborative processes such as marketing programs, competitive intelligence, incident tracking, and HR (human resources).
Bowstreet this week launched its Enterprise Portal Solutions, a set of portal-based composite applications designed to bolster employee, partner, and customer productivity.
Traction Software this week rolled out Traction TeamPage and Communicator 3.5, an updated version of the company's enterprise Web log software.
Enterprise IT executives attending this week's Gartner Symposium ITxpo, got a peek at several forthcoming products for security, CM (content management), wireless, and SOAs (service-oriented architectures).
PostX this week unveiled Trusted Enterprise 5.0, which provides secure message delivery by integrating with an enterprise's existing infrastructure.
America Online is cozying up to the corporate citizenry of its massive IM user network with new on-demand business services for Web and voice conferencing.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced the Windows Server System Common Engineering Roadmap, a long term plan for simplifying IT complexity by building common services across Windows Server System products.
IBM on Monday announced that a slew of partners have signed up to support its new Workplace Client Technology. The Workplace Client is a rich client platform designed to ease management of and access to a variety of applications.
Enterprises on the lookout for answers to security struggles have plenty of wares to pick from here at the NetWorld+Interop 2004 conference, as vendors such as FaceTime Communications, RedSiren, and Senforce Technologies introduced offerings.
Enterprise content management vendor Open Text last week launched its first product created from integrating technology from two acquisitions the company made earlier this year.
Alongside IBM Lotus Software's forward looking Workplace collaboration road map that is unfolding in Orlando, several Lotus partners rolled out offerings that extend and strengthen IBM's new and existing offerings.
Attempting to drive real-world deployments of standardized portlets, several competing enterprise portal vendors this week kicked off an open source site designed to let customers share portlets developed according to new standards.
Sonic Foundry Inc. on Monday rolled out a new version of its rich media communications system for Webcasting, content publishing, and online presentations. Enhancements to the system include automated workflow and improved scalability, mobile application support and support for Macintosh platforms.