With an eye on the lucrative market for managing Web content, Microsoft (Quote, Company Info, News) released its new Content Management Server 2002 on Monday, boasting the server makes developers’ jobs easier by more tightly integrated with Microsoft Office and Visual Studio.Net.
Content Management Server 2002 joins Microsoft’s suite of.Net enterprise servers, which include BizTalk Server, SharePoint Portal Server, and Commerce Server. Microsoft said developers could use the content management server to roll out XML Web services on Microsoft’s.Net platform, thanks to its integration with Visual Studio.Net, ASP.Net, and Microsoft Office. (full story)
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