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Quark Releases Content Management Enterprise Solution

Quark Inc. has announced the release of Quark Digital Media System (QuarkDMS), a digital asset management system for publishers. QuarkDMS is an enterprise-wide solution that lets customers manage text files, images, and other digital resources.

QuarkDMS combines an Oracle8 database with a scalable three-tier architecture capable of serving hundreds of concurrent users. The QuarkDMS server supports both Sun Solaris and Windows NT. The clients offer secure access to assets from both Windows and Mac OS platforms as well as from standard Web browsers.

Users can define access controls, privilege sets, storage locations, forms, keyword hierarchies, and relations. Application menus can be viewed in either English or German, and QuarkDMS action folders allow users to automate tasks such as batch check-in, metadata manipulation, and routing. The solution also includes the Xtensions Developer's Kit (XDK).

Contact Quark, (303) 894-8888, www.quark.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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