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Tool Keeps Web Sites In Shape

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WebXM pulls together content integrity analysis, traffic analysis, privacy policy adherence checking and Web content asset management within a single product.

Content Management Hits a New Low

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Ektron Inc., maker of Empower, one of the best low-end content management systems, has created a very usable and affordable application: the even-lower-end CMS100 1.7, which takes content management to the commodity level.

Baltimore Sells Content Technologies Unit

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Struggling security vendor Baltimore Technologies plc. on Thursday announced the sale of its Content Technologies division for about $29 million.

Divine Picks Up Northern Light Assets

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The Chicago-based provider of extended enterprise services announced on Tuesday that it has purchased some of the assets of Northern Light Technology LLC, the Cambridge, Mass., enterprise content integration provider, in an all-stock transaction.

Minnesota has BroadVision for eGovernment Future

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Minnesota officials said today they will use both InfoExchange Portal and One-To-One Content software from BroadVision to give citizens easy access to their state's information and services.

Caching in on Scalability

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To give enterprises a way to ensure quick Internet content delivery, F5 Networks Inc. is updating its caching product to include a scalable management system for large distributed networks of caches.

Geekspeak: December 17, 2001

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Another new fold in videoconferencing.

Expanding the Digital Content Rights Concept

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ContentGuard on Monday released the latest version of its standard language for digital content rights, expanding the concept beyond simply protected digital content to other business models, such as Web services.

Comdex Trends: Wireless, Security, E-Mail

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I knew Comdex had changed forever when my cell phone worked and, surprisingly, never stopped working-I received calls and called others without fail. My success rate at previous Comdex shows was 1 in 5 calls at best.

Comdex Rightly Comes Back to Basics

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I went to this year's Comdex Annual Trade Show with lowered expectations. The ongoing war on terror, an economic slump and the tech meltdown all pointed to a lackluster event.

Comdex From 2,700 Miles Away

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If Comdex is ever to tip 200,000 attendees again, it has to get back to IT basics, shoving digital cameras into the background in favor of IT staples such as databases, development tools and CRM apps.

Comdex Fall 2001

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Follow eWEEK's extensive coverage of the Comdex trade show in Las Vegas.

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