IBM announces enhancements to DB2 Content Manager

Wednesday Mar 12th 2003 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Many companies have petabytes of unstructured data in the form of e-mails, audio files and images that are floating uselessly through file systems virtually inaccessible to users, according to IBM. On Monday, Big Blue announced new versions of it content management products that are designed to let users manipulate such data as if it were structured like the data that resides in relational databases.

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SOMERS, N.Y. - Hoping to capitalize on increased IT demand for content management technology, IBM Corp. on Tuesday announced enhancements to its DB2 Content Manager software, as well new partnerships with other content management vendors.

DB2 Content Manager Version 8.2 features tighter integration with IBM's major infrastructure software, including the Tivoli systems management, Lotus messaging, WebSphere application server and DB2 Universal Database platforms. It also includes "out-of-box" integration with CRM applications from Siebel Systems Inc. and PeopleSoft Inc., according to IBM.

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