InStranet Introduces InStranet 2000 Content Relationship Engine

InStranet Inc. introduced InStranet 2000, new software that improves the ability of users to control, create, and organize Web site content.

InStranet 2000 is made up of three components. The InStant Publishing Center allows multiple users to independently create, classify, and retrieve multimedia Web content, with no HTML programming required. Users can drag and drop text, spreadsheets, photos, and audio and video clips onto the page.

Users can also establish Channels where they can define information to be delivered to them on a personalized basis. The InStranet 2000 XML Propagation Server enables both browser-based and handheld-based content delivery and navigation. The XML Propagation Server is 100 percent Java-based and runs on Unix or Windows NT.

Contact InStranet, (646) 486-6200,

About the Author

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


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