Adoption of Structured Authoring Continues to Rise in Global Business
SDL, the leading provider of Global Information Management (GIM) solutions, announced the results of the 2009 edition of its annual Global Authoring Survey, which explores trends in the authoring of technical documentation across the globe. There were a number of key observations made, including an increase in XML and DITA adoption, as well as a rise in the number of authors who are writing documentation for a global audience, whether translated or not.
IGI Global announces discount of publication
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SDL Global Information Management Conference
Join SDL at this complimentary conference on Tuesday, November 10 to learn key strategies and current trends for delivering and managing global content. Network with industry experts and other localization professionals from top global brands! Seats are limited—register today!
DITA & Dynamic Publishing: A Powerful Combination
During this informative webinar regarding Dynamic Publishing and establishing a powerful source content model based on DITA, we will explore how to investigate benefits and justify a solution within your organization, establish a flexible and modular source content model based on DITA, learn best practices in establishing and maintaining source content for dynamic publishing, create User Personas that accurately reflect your user base, measure to see how content is consumed, and view use case examples of Dynamic Publishing within your organization.
Content and Language Executive Forum
As a business director in a global organization, you are likely facing the challenge of increasing amounts of content and the need to provide that information in the language of the customer.
Sign09 will be the first event of its kind to be held. It is a joint Austro-British enterprise and the organisers anticipate active engagement from designers, architects and manufacturers with the support from the British Council, the British Embassy in Vienna and the Austro British Chamber.