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IBM Rolls Out Content Management Suite

IBM Corp. released the IBM Content Manager, a software package that helps companies manage the massive amounts of digital information facing organizations in the e-business space.

Content management is the next step in the data management evolution, involving the collection, management, and electronic distribution of all forms of business information - including documents, e-mails, audio, video, and images - and linking it to core business processes.

IBM Content Manager enables companies to electronically manage, protect, and share critical business information in any format, including XML and HTML. Images, audio, and video, computer generated output, and business documents can now be securely shared electronically.

The IBM Content Manager, when combined with the recently announced IBM Enterprise Information Portal, provides a single point of access and integration for IBM and non-IBM data and content stores.

Contact IBM, (914) 766-1408, www.ibm.com.

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

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