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November 16, 2005

Microsoft and Open Text announce new strategic relationship

Posted by David Hunter at 9:58 PM ET.

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Nov. 14, 2005 — Today at LiveLinkUp Orlando 2005, Microsoft Corp. and Open Text™ Corporation announced a new strategic relationship to optimize Open Text’s comprehensive enterprise content management (ECM) solutions for the Microsoft® platform. This effort will take advantage of both companies’ global scale and complementary products to enable ECM solutions in large, complex customer environments.

As part of the announcement, Open Text, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, becomes a worldwide ECM partner with Microsoft. By deepening the relationship between Open Text and Microsoft, the companies will work to enhance Open Text solutions in ways that combine the power of the Microsoft platform and Open Text’s deep understanding of the ECM needs of large enterprises. The resulting end-to-end solutions from Open Text, which will include vertical-market offerings in financial services and government, will help companies address the complexity of managing an ever-growing volume of online information, a major source of productivity loss and compliance risks.

With today’s announcement, Open Text is also introducing two new solutions that use Open Text’s Livelink ECM suite and Microsoft Office SharePoint® Portal Server 2003.

Filed under Alliances, ECM, Office, SharePoint Server, Technologies

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September 14, 2005

Microsoft Redefines Workflow With Windows Workflow Foundation

Posted by David Hunter at 2:08 PM ET.

Press release:

Sept. 14, 2005 — Today at the Professional Developers Conference2005 (PDC05), Microsoft Corp. introduced Windows® Workflow Foundation, a workflow engine, programming model and set of tools for developers to rapidly build workflow-enabled applications. Windows Workflow Foundation is a set of activities that coordinate people and software. With it, Microsoft is redefining workflow by incorporating it into a mainstream development platform and supporting both human and system workflow across client and server scenarios. Workflow capabilities will be available to developers via WinFX™, the new programming model for Windows Vista™. Developers can workflow-enable applications using the familiar and popular Visual Studio® development tools. Microsoft also announced plans to use Windows Workflow Foundation to workflow-enable the next version of Microsoft® Office products, code-named Office “12,” BizTalk® Server and Microsoft Dynamics™.

The company previewed significant enhancements to Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies including integrated workflow capabilities built upon Windows Workflow Foundation directly inside familiar Office system applications, bringing together document management, records management and Web content management for unified, integrated, scalable enterprise content management (ECM). The goal is to provide every information worker in an organization with a simple way to create, share, manage, archive and find a diverse spectrum of content, and to do that in a way that is extensible for developers.

More on the Windows Workflow Foundation at the Windows Vista Developers Center.

Filed under Conferences, Dynamics, ECM, MBS, OS - Server, Office, Office 2007, PDC05, Technologies, Tools, VS 2005, WinFX, Windows SharePoint Services, Workflow

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