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Data/Document Management


SchoolNet Launches Student Information System

After two years of testing and development in partnership with more than 200 school districts, Schoolnet has released its new student information system, GradeSpeed. The system allows user districts to import, track, and report on all student data without requiring substantial training of administrators who expect to use it regularly, according to the company.

Iron Mountain Acquires Mimosa

Iron Mountain, best known for providing off-premises backup of enterprise data, said Monday it has acquired e-mail and SharePoint archiving solutions provider Mimosa Systems for $112 million.

Houston Area District Revamps Data Management

In an effort to save time and resources related to data compilation, Klein Independent School District (KISD) in suburban Houston has overhauled its data management systems.

PA Charter School To Beta Test Classroom Management Software

Danelo Education Solutions has announced an agreement with Manchester Academic Charter School (MACS), a K-8 school in Pittsburgh, PA, for the school to beta test its Project TEACH (Together Everyone ACHieves) suite of classroom management tools.

PeopleCube Meeting Planner Adds Mobile Scheduling

PeopleCube has released a new version of its application for managing workspace, resources, and facilities. The new version of Resource Scheduler 9.0 provides integration with Lotus Notes, includes a mobile phone interface, features new Web-based functions, and integrates with personal calendaring systems such as Outlook.

StorNext 4.0 Expands De-Duplication, Adds Distributed Data Mover

Quantum is releasing a new version of its StorNext data management software. Version 4.0 features changes in de-duplication and replication, as well as a new distributed data tiering function.

Cleveland High Schools Try To Streamline College Applications Process

Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) has chosen SuperAPP software from ConnectEDU to help streamline its students' college admissions processes in all 22 of its high schools.

Oracle Plans To Take on Microsoft Office

With its acquisition of Sun Microsystems complete, Oracle intends to go after Microsoft's lucrative Office franchise, the company revealed yesterday. While Oracle had been quiet about its intentions for supporting Sun OpenOffice, the company disclosed plans for a forthcoming upgrade called Oracle Cloud Office during a five-hour briefing at its Redwood Shores, CA headquarters.

Oracle Outlines Sun Integration Plan

With its acquisition of Sun Microsystems completed, Oracle Wednesday laid out its plans for integrating Sun's software and hardware systems into its own product lineup.

EBSCO Launches Next Generation Library Search Service

EBSCO Publishing has released EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS), an advanced indexing system for all the resources contained in a library or other data-intensive institution that produces a more comprehensive and customized index of all data and full-text content than the existing standard.

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