Industry Updates

WWPYCBW: Technology (November 3, 2008)

AXS-One for Notes Migration … AXS-One announced deals with Unify Corporation and CASAHL Technology to help organizations migrate from Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange. AXS-One's technology will be used by both Unify and CASAHL to support migrations. "AXS-Oneís Dynamic Data Migrator (DDM) provides a revolutionary new approach to e-mail migration. DDM provides continuous access to Notes e-mail directly from the userís Outlook client, delivering a zero conversion alternative to conventional data conversion processes. Message fidelity, which can be critical for litigation support, is assured, delivering a solution that provides reduced risk, costs and timelines as well as a superior end-user experience.

Azure as HailStorm 2.0? … Microsoft's new cloud computing platform, codenamed Azure … it is merely HailStorm 2.0? Ray Ozzie, chief software architect at Microsoft, says no. More 

Google SLA … Google announced the extension of its 99.9% uptime guarantee on Google Apps Premier Edition to Google Calendar, Google Docs, Google Sites, and Google Talk. Google comments that this is a much higher rate of uptime than for onpremise solutions. More 

Highrise Deals … 37signals added a "Deals" capability to Highrise, its online CRM system. Deals enable users to track proposals, bids, RFPs and more. More 

Open Text Web Solutions Update … Open Text released an update for Web Solutions, its web content management offering, featuring the tight integration of Web 2.0 tools. "Open Text Web Solutions, with its legendary RedDot technology, lets customers manage globally accessible public Web sites in concert with internal Web initiatives from a single comprehensive solution. It ensures a dynamic and engaging user experience by integrating, managing and optimizing content. It furthermore provides seamless access to information across a variety of existing applications and repositories, including SAP, Microsoft SharePoint, as well as all Open Text content repositories, databases, file systems, and Web 2.0 applications. Content can be managed, translated and distributed across dozens of countries and sites globally." More

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