EMC boosts XML management

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EMC has released two new products today designed to boost the use of XML in enterprise document management.

EMC Documentum XML Store and EMC Documentum Dynamic Delivery Services work together and should, the firm said, help firms make sense of both their structured and unstructured information.

"Customers today face a tremendous challenge in effectively harnessing their unstructured information - the very content that drives a majority of business processes," said Balaji Yelamanchili, Senior Vice President and General Manager, EMC Content Management and Archiving.

"EMC now provides the market's very best ECM capabilities for XML content - offering a powerful, standards-based XML information repository within an enterprise content management system. The end result is an integrated, end-to-end solution for creating, managing, accessing, archiving, and delivering XML alongside all forms of enterprise information."

XML Store is an XML repository with full content management capabilities, and gives enterprise customers capabilities such as content reuse, search and retrieval, dynamic publishing and archiving tools.

Dynamic Delivery Services sits on top of a server and improves the way that XML is delivered to applications, enabling, the firm said, on-demand publishing, and content personalisation

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