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FatWire offerings ease access to content

FatWire has introduced TeamUp 3.1 and Content Integration Platform 1.5, designed to streamline the collaboration and content creation process for the Web, and save time and cost in sharing and reusing content, the company says. It adds that these new tools extend FatWire's Web Experience Management (WEM) portfolio, including its Content Server Web content management solution.

FatWire highlights the following features in TeamUp 3.1:

  • mashups for plugging third-party or custom applications into the collaboration platform;
  • the ability for users to maintain their personalized dashboard of gadgets, personal profiles and workgroups, including a personal newsfeed;
  • enhanced rich media management, which enables automated video storyboarding, preview of PowerPoint slides, etc.;
  • robust content integration with FatWire Content Server and file systems, which enables marketers to access content stored in remote file systems and to move vast amounts of content and rich media from TeamUp collaborative spaces into the Content Server authoring environment;
  • new system administrator tools, which make user and group setup, permissions setup, content moderation; and
  • multilingual interface support and features like version management, which make it even simpler to manage collaborative content.

Key features in FatWire Content Integration Platform 1.5 include:

  • Java connector SDK--a generic connector enables a broad range of developers to easily build custom connectors to proprietary or third-party systems;
  • packaged connectors, including EMC Documentum, SharePoint, FatWire TeamUp and file systems; and
  • content change control--when content that has been shared is changed in the source repository, changes are automatically propagated to the asset in Content Server, or the appropriate Web content managers are notified to take action, based on business rules.

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