IBM unveils new software for managing digital content across the enterprise
IBM Middle East is offering a new software enabling its regional customers to manage and integrate information from an enormous variety of sources, regardless of where the information resides. Whether the content is written, pictures, videos or sound, it can be organized and stored into an accessible structure, allowing companies to use the information they have more efficiently.
The IBM Content Manager version 8 helps businesses solve a critical problem, managing and integrating all forms of information located in various data sources. In a modern organization this can include scanned images, audio, video and information from multiple software vendors' products. IBM Content Manager makes this management operation more cost-effective by leveraging existing business information.
Another application that is currently being studied in this region for content management software is the storage of thousands of years of written heritage, where Arabic documents and cultural artifacts can be scanned, digitized and sorted, and shared across computer networks.
IBM offers a wide range of services, solutions and technologies that enable telecommunications service providers and equipment suppliers to take full advantage of the new era of e-business. IBM Global Services is the world's largest information technology services provider, with 2001 revenues of more than $35 billion. Services is the fastest growing part of IBM, with nearly 150,000 professionals serving customers in 160 countries. IBM Global Services has about 150 data centers around the world. — (menareport.com)
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