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FREME Services Power Vistatec Automated Content Enrichment
The digital universe grows by a massive amount of structured and unstructured content every day. This flood of data comes in a broad range of standardized and proprietary formats and languages for uncounted application needs around the planet. Much of this data never leaves the silo for which it was created, but business analysts and information scientists

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Software Subscription Becomes the Default Purchasing Mode for Adobe
Adobe revolutionized the world of typesetting by democratizing document publishing. Its Creative Suite, commonly referred to as “CS,” entails many flagship products used on a daily basis in the language services industry. Thanks to its early Unicode support, buyers of language services became en masse adopters of InDesign

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Acrolinx 3.0 to Offer "SEO While They Write" to Content Authors
Search engine optimization (SEO) is similar to flossing one's teeth – everyone recognizes it's best done on a regular basis. However, it would be a whole lot easier if it were integrated upstream in the content creation step (see "Writing for Global Audiences," Nov10). Currently, most companies deal with SEO in one of two ways. Some firms throw

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Acrolinx Will Deploy IQ in the Cloud for Broad Content Strategy Support
Acrolinx announced that it will launch a cloud-based version of its IQ content analytics and information quality software. With this release, the company targets a much broader range of organizations with content quality issues but lacking the deep pockets or in-house IT support that IQ to date has required. Last week founder and CEO Andrew Bredenkamp

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Multilingual Technical Publishers Extend their Capabilities
Until six years ago, tekom’s annual tcworld conference in Wiesbaden, Germany served the Mittelstand of small and medium-sized German manufacturers and their need for technical documentation. Five years ago, Common Sense Advisory teamed up with GALA (the Globalization and Localization Association) to program a localization track for the annual

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acrolinx IQ V2.0 Pushes for Improved Information Quality
Information quality management software developer acrolinx began shipping its IQ V2.0 release this month. Founder and CEO Andrew Bredenkamp briefed us on changes in the product line that focus on making the products easier to use and integrate. When we first wrote about acrolinx in 2005, the company had just begun marketing acrocheck, its style guide

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Lionbridge Opens On-Ramp to Freeway and Announces CMS Partners
Next week the content management crowd will converge on Boston for the annual Gilbane Conference (where we will speak about globalization standards). Expect plenty of announcements about the next version of your favorite CMS product. But Lionbridge cut to the front of the line by making its show announcement today during the slow-news-in-the-U.S. Thanksgiving

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A Step Forward for Sharing Language Data
The Translation Automation User Society (TAUS) is a group of like-minded organizations interested in advancing the state of the art for machine translation. Noting that organizations are being pressured to "translate ever more content in an increasing number of languages," TAUS members (multinational companies, government agencies, and language industry

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Arbortext and acrolinx Partnership Raises the Bar for Global Documentation Quality
Text quantity and quality have spun out of control at most companies. For quality, many rely on spellcheckers and prescriptive grammar tools, defaulting to what comes shrink-wrapped with Word or FrameMaker. These offerings have two fundamental flaws: 1) They examine content only on the PC or Mac where they're installed, thus abandoning the idea of collective

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