Tech Brief: Content management

Xerox Corp. of Stamford, Conn., will soon release a companion to its DocuShare enterprise content management suite called DocuShare CPX. Docushare product manager Colman Murphy calls CPX 'Process-centric content management,' but to us it sounds like a collaboration suite with some workflow and ECM. Users can set up a shared workspace for projects, complete with user blogs, document routing, discussion space, a Wiki and a document repository. Pricing starts at $45,000.

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