IBM introduced Business ContentServices, an integrated software solution that helpscontrol and analyze information created and shared by differentworkgroups within an organization. The product connects Web-basedcollaboration and documentation management applications–includingIBM's Lotus Quickr and Lotus Notes, and Microsoft's Office andSharePoint–to FileNet and Content Manager, IBM's enterprise contentmanagement (ECM) applications. “This is the first time IBM has comeout with a comprehensive vision around business content services,”says Ken Bisconti, IBM vice president for workplace, portal andcollaboration products.

Also introduced were IBM FileNet Connectors for SharePointversion 2.2. These software patches automate the flow of businessinformation from SharePoint to IBM ECM data libraries, and letusers manage this information without ever leaving SharePoint.Together, says Bisconti, the business content services software andSharePoint connectors provide a “seamless spectrum” for content asit moves from simple document management to the “more robust”content management of ECM.

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