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NextPage Launches Intranet Software App

Content delivery solution specialist NextPage Wednesday launched a software application that gives corporations the ability to access information from Internet sites, intranets and document repositories as if the content existed in a single location.

Using LiveEnterprise, professionals can search, navigate, categorize and personalize information from disparate content sources in real time. Once retrieved, the documents are ranked by relevancy and key search terms are highlighted. The software enables users to identify and retrieve additional documents with similar concepts.

LiveEnterprise houses a software adapter that creates a continuous link between all content servers within the content network. This live link, called LiveSyndication, connects users to information in almost any format and in any location.

Information does not have to be collected and maintained in one location by the IT department to be available to the content network. Content can be updated and maintained in its original location by its original author. Every time a user connects to the content network, the user gets an updated view of the network in real time.

"Professionals spend much of their time sorting through and finding the right information for the right need," said Brad Pelo," chief executive officer of NextPage.

"With LiveEnterprise, corporations can connect users with their most important content sources, forming personal Content Networks. These sources can range from internal corporate content to published information on the Internet."