2RSS - RSS feeds, RSS directory, RSS scripts, RSS articles, RSS syndication, XML and RDF news.
Akamai Technologies - Enables businesses to prosper in a competitive Web-centric marketplace by providing solutions that optimize Web site performance, deliver broadcast-caliber streaming media, and provide interactive application services.
AmDocs - Provides the commerce infrastructure for next-generation transactions across the Internet, broadband and mobile networks and devices.
amphetaDesk - 1000+ channel news aggregator that sits on your desktop, downloads the latest news that interests you, and displays it in a quick and easy to use webpage.
Comtex News Network, Inc. - Brings together quality real-time content, adds refining data, and redistributes specialized, targeted content to the Internet, Wall Street and corporate reseller markets.
Digital Feeds - Directory of web-based broadcasting, aka webcasting: radio, television, video, sports information, news, stock info, or just everyday folks place a camera on top of their monitor.
Discogs - Comprehensive electronic music database, with discographies of labels and artists cross-referenced.
Factiva - Factiva's business information includes Dow Jones and Reuters Newswires and The Wall Street Journal, plus more than 8,000 other sources from around the world with content in 22 languages. These sources provide current news, historical articles, local-language articles, market research and investment analyst reports and stock quotes.
MagPortal - Free data feeds allow you to put its article listings on your website. With over 200 categories to choose from, you can select listings that closely match your users' interests.
Memigo - Ranks news items according to the clicks and recommendations of registered Memigo users.
Microsoft Office - Original and aggregated content provides news and industry trends in 150 vertical industries.
MondoMedia - Internet syndication model for distribution of animated entertainment properties.
Moreover - World's largest collection of webfeeds.
My.Userland - An ever-changing view of some of the most innovative news sites on the Internet.
Open Financial Exchange (OFX) - A unified specification for the electronic exchange of financial data between financial institutions, business and consumers via the Internet.
Paytrust - With Paytrust you can receive, review, pay and organize all your bills online.
Radio Userland - A full Web application development and runtime environment. It puts an industrial-strength Web server on your desktop. Radio Userland comes with a built-in application that streams news from authoritative publications such as Red Herring, Wired News, Salon, CNN, Reuters, the San Jose Mercury-News, Motley Fool, Internet.Com, and from weblogs such as Tomalak's Realm, AppleSurf, Slashdot.Org, XML.Com, Freshmeat and Scripting News. There are thousands of news sources you can choose from and a growing community of users. Radio Userland is a powerful XML-based news aggregator, richer than the ones on centralized servers, and it runs on your computer.
RealNetworks - Develops and markets software products and services designed to enable users of personal computers and other consumer electronic devices to send and receive audio, video and other multimedia services using the Web.
SharpReader - An RSS aggregator for the .NET framework.
StudioOne Networks - A leading creator and syndicator of Internet programming. Developa original Internet content targeted to specific audience niches and aligns sponsor brands with these editorial experiences. StudioOne then syndicates these programs to portals, "info-mediaries," and networks of vertical affinity sites across the Internet and across converged media.
UserLand - A technology and publishing company focused on the Web as a writing environment and a medium of high-integrity journalism.
Virage - Provides owners of video content with an end-to-end solution for publishing, managing and distributing their video assets over the Internet or corporate intranets.
Windows Media Guide - Music, radio and broadband guide plus digital media solutions from Microsoft.
Worlds - A leader and pioneer in the development and delivery of three-dimensional content and technology on the Internet through advanced, proprietary 3D web technology and content with branded entertainment, initially in the music and sports genres.
YellowBrix - A content infrastructure services company. Real-time, relevant content for any audience, via e-mail or the Web. Services include IndustryWatch, Custom Verticals, and E-mail Services; Point-of-Interest Selling; individualized web pages and personalized web environments.
Distributed Computing - Journal published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Published papers will range from reports on systems that are currently being designed, implemented, and used to "theoretical" papers concerning formal specification, verification, and synthesis of distributed systems.
Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing - Publishes original research papers and timely review articles on the theory, design, evaluation, and use of parallel and/or distributed computing systems. The journal features special issues devoted to specific topics such as parallel architectures and algorithms; algorithms for hypercube computers; parallelism in computer arithmetic; concurrent hypercube computations; frontiers of massively parallel computation; and languages, compilers, and environments for parallel programming.
AIIM International - Focuses on helping users to understand the challenges associated with managing documents, content, and business processes. Founded in 1943 as the National Microfilm Association. Serves its members by providing educational opportunities, professional development, reference and knowledge resources, networking events, and industry advocacy.
Attachmate - A leading supplier of enterprise information access and management software and services to major corporations and government agencies worldwide.
Bowne Applications - Leading edge software for professional workgroups. For general business, powerful workgroup imaging tools. For law firms and law departments, a broad suite of practice-enhancement tools, including JFS Litigator's Notebook.
Citrix - Citrix application server software and services enable organizations to run applications on servers that can be accessed from a variety of client devices. Since the applications are installed and updated on servers instead of on each client, the complexity, time and resources required to manage the applications are reduced.
United Business Media Limited. - A leading high-tech media company providing information and marketing services to the entire technology spectrum - the builders, sellers and users of technology worldwide. Its diverse products and services include newspapers, magazines, Internet products, research, direct marketing services, education and training, trade shows and conferences, custom publishing, testing and consulting.
Computer Information Center - Reference site for IT/IS users and buyers, with links to hardware and software companies, industry organisations and user groups, technology information sources, online support and up-to-date news.
Computerworld White Papers - Provides information technology research, white papers and analysis from industry vendors and leading market research firms.
Earthweb - Career development and technical information for IT professionals.
EasyVista - Web-based perpetual PC inventory solution.
Educause - A nonprofit association whose mission is to advance higher education by promoting the intelligent use of information technology.
eGov Links - Forums and information re electronic and digital government.
eGov Monitor - Large knowledge base covering the UK public sector, including: the EU, UK Parliament, central and local governments, the wider public sector, suppliers, research companies, and other specialists
eKnowledgeCenter - One-stop portal for Knowledge Management and Intellectual Capital experts worldwide. Professional networks, live knowledge response center, research, trends, news, World Intellectual Capital Exchange (wICx), publishing services, and home of the KM Certification Program.
EMC - Intelligent enterprise storage systems, software and services.
Gartner - Research and advisory firm. The more than 200 research topics include customer relationship management (CRM), business-to-business e-commerce, supply chain management, wireless, emerging technologies, security, IT services, e-business, and IT spending and strategies.
HP Labs Technical Reports - Provides access to technical reports authored by HP researchers. Indexing goes back to 1990, and the site includes mostly full-text materials.
IBM - Computer systems, software, networking systems, storage devices and microelectronics translated into value through professional solutions and services businesses worldwide.
IBM Research: Technical Paper Search - Provides access to article citations and technical reports authored by the IBM research community. Indexing goes back to 1987 and includes some full-text materials.
IDC - Global market intelligence and advisory firm for the information technology and telecommunications industries.
Information Builders - Works to simplify how organizations access, understand, and share information.
Informit - A leading provider of information management services to the education, government and corporate sectors.
International Relations and Security Network (ISN) - An initiative designed to promote the free flow of unclassified information and to facilitate cooperation through training and education using modern information technology. Services include news bulletins and backgrounds on current events, a limited area search service, annotated links directories, research reports and publications, distance learning modules, educational and training activities, and conferences and seminars.
IT World - Information techology content from InfoWorld and 7 other publications. Evaluate the latest products, network with other IT professionals, find new hires or a new job.
Journal of Web Semantics - An interdisciplinary journal based on research and applications of various subject areas that contribute to the development of a knowledge-intensive and intelligent service Web. These areas include: knowledge technologies, ontology, agents, databases and the semantic grid. Disciplines like information retrieval, language technology, human-computer interaction and knowledge discovery are of major relevance as well.
Microsoft Research - Provides access to computer science publications, technical reports, and projects authored by Microsoft researchers.
MShow - Provides live interactive broadcasting services for internet meetings, web conferencing and presentations.
NCR - Enables companies to gather information from every transaction - at the point of sale, on the Web, by telephone or at a customer-interaction point (e.g. an ATM).
Open Source Solutions (OSS) - The Open Archives include over 5,000 pages of information from over 500 international authorities of commercial fee-for-service as well as Internet documents. Professionals who have participated in open source intelligence conferences. The OSS search engine has two functions: it will find publicly available information on this site and list it for your viewing; and it will identify restricted information in the Information Merchant Bank that meets your search criteria, and either offer it for sale to you or-if it is private information in one of the information-sharing bins-inform the owner of the information of your interest.
OpenText - An enterprise software company and leader in enterprise content management, helps organizations manage and gain the true value of their business content.
Oracle - The world's leading supplier of software for information management, and the world's second largest independent software company.
Peregrine - Infrastructure management software and e-Infrastructure solutions.
Priceonomics - Helps companies crawl and structure data from the web. Also writes about data, economics, and business on its blog.
RealityGrid - "Grid computing" refers to a global effort to develop an environment in which individual users can access computers, databases and experimental facilities simply and transparently, without having to consider where those facilities are located. RealityGrid proposes to extend the concept of a virtual reality centre across the grid and link it to massive computational resources at high performance computing centres and experimental facilities.
Safari Books Online - Electronic reference library for programmers and IT professionals from the O'Reilly Network.
SAS Institute - Develops, markets, and supports the world's foremost data warehousing and decision support software.
SearchCRM - Customer Relations Management (CRM) focused search engine. Site features include focused search capabilities links to relevant content, editorial insight and summaries, daily industry news, and weekly technology tips.
SearchDataCenter - Online information resource for the latest news, tech tips and expert advice for IT managers responsible for the complex environment of the data center.
SecurityFocus - Facilitates discussion on security related topics, creates security awareness, provides a comprehensive database of security knowledge and resources.
Smead - Provides an integrated solution for imaging, COLD, PC documents, faxes, and hard copy (paper and microfilm) documents.
SuccessFactors - Web-based, business management solutions for small and mid-sized businesses. The company's Web-based system handles nearly all day-to-day business processes such as expense-reporting, time-tracking, purchase orders and 40 other functions.
TechRepublic: White Papers - Provides a full-text digital library of technical white papers, Webcasts, and case studies on various IT-related topics.
TechTarget - Provides technology professionals and buyers the technical information they need to perform their jobs - researching products, developing strategy, and making cost-effective purchase decisions.
TeleRead - News and views on e-books, libraries, publishing and related topics.
Toolbox for IT - A world leading online vertical market network for the IT industry.
TrialNet - Networks for collaborative lawyering. Developer of private Internet-based networks for litigation and matter management.
TRW, Inc. - In 35 countries and more than 250 locations around the world, TRW is designing and producing world-class products for the automotive, aerospace, and information technology markets.
Customer Relationship Management - Covers breakthrough tools, technologies applications, and management strategies for building an integrated knowledge-based organization.
Hummingbird - The Hummingbird EIP (Enterprise Information Portal) leverages the company's core strengths in network connectivity, data integration and reporting, and document and knowledge management to connect users to all the business information they need, aggregated and categorized through a single user interface.
Information Builders - Works to simplify how organizations access, understand, and share information.
KMWorld - Knowledge management news, conferences and expos, resources, publications, and solutions.
Knowledge Ecology International (KEI) - An organization that searches for better outcomes, including new solutions, to the management of knowledge resources. KEI is also engaged in issues as diverse as freedom of speech, authors' rights, access to public sector information, new models for publishing, organizing and sharing information, strategies and policies to curb media concentration, public interest regulation of telecommunication markets, consumer protection, resolution of disputes involving the cross-border movement of knowledge goods and services, and other topics.
Knowledge Management - News, tips, trends, blogs, and discussions for capitalizing on knowledge management and intellectual capital from CIO.com.
Knowledge Track - Enterprise portal application enables companies to foster improved information management internally, with partners and suppliers and customers.
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