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Mediachase and EPiServer announced a strategic partnership to position the EPiServer platform to “power commerce, content and community,” thus giving retail and B2B vertical market companies competitive advantage with rich online experiences. With the Mediachase eCommerce Framework G5 working in tandem with the EPiServer platform, developers have the tools and foundation they need to build first-class online stores with “multi-branding, multi-language, and multi-channel capabilities,” just to name a few.

CEOs of both companies are equally excited about what this partnership means for customers and the future. Peter Larsson, EPiServer CEO, says “Our objective is to shorten the online sales cycle by providing a game-changing set of features to marketers. Our partnership with Mediachase helps us rapidly achieve this objective.” Chris Lutz, Mediachase CEO, stated that “the relationship between EPiServer and Mediachase is breaking new ground in ways the CMS market has never seen.”

We hope you’re as excited as we are about partnering with EPiServer. If you have any thoughts or questions about this announcement, call us at 202-355-7125 or email sales@mediachase.com.

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Calendar 2.3.0.2 is now available for download.  This is a free update for current Calendar 2.x customers.

- This is a minor update to fix an issue with events spanning multiple years.

For more information, please contact sales@mediachase.com. For Calendar.NET 2.x documentation, go to http://docs.mediachase.com/doku.php?id=calendar:intro. For technical questions, please email support@mediachase.com.

AJAX Calendar.NET 3.2.3

Mediachase has released the latest update to our AJAX Calendar.NET component with several new features, enhancements, and bug fixes. A live demo is available at: http://demo.mediachase.com/Calendar32/Default.aspx.

Changes from 3.2.2 to 3.2.3 (March 4, 2009):
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NEW: Ability to edit hidden items in Year view.
NEW: Ability to edit and drag & drop hidden items in Month view.
FIX: Bug with incorrect items vertical positioning under some circumstances in Month and Year views.

For more information regarding AJAX Calendar.NET and to download a free trial, go to http://www.mediachase.com/calendar/overview.aspx. For documentation and support, go to http://docs.mediachase.com/doku.php?id=calendar:start or http://www.mediachase.com/Community/forums/17/ShowForum.aspx. For additional support, email support@mediachase.com
Includes new features, improved stability and performance, and numerous bug fixes.  Learn more here.
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For those looking for a hands-on look at ECF G5, we've setup a complete frontend and backend demo environment to give you a starting point on how the platform operates on a default installation.  Of course, there is so much you can do once you have the full source code on hand, but again, the demo environments are meant to give you a baseline on how ECF G5 works at an end-user level.

To learn more, visit our ECF G5 demo introductory page at http://www.mediachase.com/commerce/asp-net-ecommerce-trial-demo.aspx.

For further instructions on how to access the Sandbox demo environment, visit our Wiki page at http://docs.mediachase.com/doku.php?id=ecf:50:start:sandbox.
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AJAX Calendar.NET 3.2.2

Mediachase has released the latest update to our AJAX Calendar.NET component with several new features, enhancements, and bug fixes. A live demo is available at: http://demo.mediachase.com/Calendar32/Default.aspx


Changes from 3.2.1 to 3.2.2 (December 1, 2008):
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NEW: Added the ability to add client side handlers for "ItemsStartLoading", "ItemsLoaded", "ItemsLoadFailed" events.
NEW: In Month view "WeeksInMonth" property can accept a zero value. In this case only required weeks number is displayed in current month (in this case "ShowWeekends" is always "true").
NEW: All week days were added to "CalendarWeekStartDay" type.

For more information regarding AJAX Calendar.NET and to download a free trial, go to http://www.mediachase.com/calendar/overview.aspx. For documentation and support, go to http://docs.mediachase.com/doku.php?id=calendar:start or http//www.mediachase.com/community/forums. For additional support, email support@mediachase.com

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Calendar.NET 2.3.0.1 Update Released

Mediachase has released the latest update to our older Calendar.NET component. This fixes several issues and bugs from 2.3.0.


Changes from 2.3.0 to 2.3.0.1 (December 1, 2008)
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FIX: Incorrect item event bar display in day/workweek views fixed.
FIX: Several other minor issues and bugs.

If you need additional support for Calendar.NET, please refer to our Wiki at http://docs.mediachase.com/doku.php?id=calendar:intro. You can also post on our Calendar.NET forums at http://www.mediachase.com/forums. For email support, contact us at support@mediachase.com .

Now that G5 is out the door and into the public square, we're proud to also announce our G5 Solutions Provider Workshops for this month of September. It will be held September 23rd, 2008 at 12PM PST and 3PM EST.  For more information, please contact our ECF G5 Solutions Provider Program at sales@mediachase.com.

ECF G5 is now officially available to the public!  Read more about it here.

Check out our Mediachase homepage and if you have any questions about the new ECF G5 release, contact sales@mediachase or call us at US +1 323-988-1071 (PST) or +1 202-355-7125 (EST).

The release history is available here: http://docs.mediachase.com/doku.php?id=ecf:50:start:release

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Mediachase has released the latest update to our AJAX Calendar.NET component with several new features, enhancements, and bug fixes.  A live demo is available at: http://demo.mediachase.com/Calendar32/Default.aspx.

Here are the list of new features, improvements, and changes below:

Changes from 3.2 to 3.2.1 (September 5, 2008)
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NEW: “ScaleType” property added to Task view.
NEW: “MaxGridHeight” property added to Task view.
NEW: “MaxEventBarHeight” property added to MultiDay view.
NEW: “DisplayMode” property added to Month view. If it is set to “LeadToFirstMonthDay” month tries to display from the first date. If it is set to “FromSelectedDate” month is displayed from week with “SelectedDate”.

- Bug with some client component disposing fixed.
- Some improvements of items displaying in web sample Google skin calendar were made.
 
For more information regarding AJAX Calendar.NET and to download a free trial, go to http://www.mediachase.com/calendar/overview.aspx. For documentation and support, go to http://docs.mediachase.com/doku.php?id=calendar:start or http://www.mediachase.com/community/forums. For additional support, email support@mediachase.com.
We have released the latest update to our ASP.NET AJAX calendar/scheduler component. Here is the list of changes, improvements, and bug fixes since 3.1:

Changes from 3.1 to 3.2 (August 1, 2008)
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NEW: “ReadOnly” Property added to each view.   If the calendar is read-only, the user cannot manipulative or change events via javascript on the client machine
NEW: “CalendarExtension” property added to views and composite control.  This property can be useful for a developer when he wants to add extra information (for example, if a user is logged in or not) to the calendar control and distinguish callers in web-service methods.
NEW: Parameter “calendarExtension” added to all web-server and public methods of the client-side items manager. (NOTE: If you want to upgrade Calendar from version 3.1 to 3.2, you must add this additional parameter to all web-service methods.  If you use your own client-side event handlers and call methods of the items manager [on the client machine] you must call items manager methods with this parameter after upgrade.)
FIX: Bug connected with multiple callings of Sys.Application.notifyScriptLoaded() function in calendar javascript files fixed.

- Improvements made in web sample.
- Minor bugs were fixed

For more information regarding AJAX Calendar.NET and to download a free trial, go to http://www.mediachase.com/calendar/overview.aspx.  For documentation and support, go to http://docs.mediachase.com/doku.php?id=calendar:start or http://www.mediachase.com/community/forums. For additional support, email support@mediachase.com.

Mediachase is proud to announce the public release of AJAX Calendar.NET 3.1, the first major update to our ASP.NET AJAX calendar/scheduler component.  This update includes one major new feature, additional changes, and bugfixes. Here is a summary of changes:

Changes from 3.0.0.1 to 3.1 (June 9, 2008)
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NEW: Gantt Chart based Task View added with support for clicking & dragging of tasks along different days.
FIX: The limitation of one property per id in item mapping was removed.  Now you can set many more properties in one HTML node of the item template with the aid of item mapping.
FIX: Order of items in event bar (in MultiDay view) will be the same as items arranged on the server.

For more information regarding AJAX Calendar.NET and to download a free trial, go to http://www.mediachase.com/calendar/overview.aspx.  For documentation and support, go to http://docs.mediachase.com or http://www.mediachase.com/community/forums. For additional support, email support@mediachase.com.

Mediachase has officially launched its new .NET eCommerce Framework G5 site, built upon the latest and greatest in ECF G5 platform technology.  Learn more about its new features, its underlying technologies, and newly designed architecture.  And also learn more about our Mediachase partnership opportunities to take advantage of our scalable, multichannel platform for your own client solutions.

Check out the site http://www.mediachase.com/commerce and contact sales@mediachase.com or call US +1 323-988-1071 (Los Angeles Office) or +1 202-355-7125 (Washington, DC Office).

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Mediachase has released AJAX Calendar.NET 3.0.0.1, the first update to our recently released third-generation .NET calendar component.   This update includes two additional features along with minor bugfixes.  Here is a summary of changes:

Changes from 3.0 to 3.0.0.1 (May 15, 2008):
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NEW: Expandable event bar added, which allows the user to see an expanded list of events for a particular day in MultiDay View.  Control event bar can now behave like the event bar in Google Calendar, which will increase or decrease in height depending on the number of events.
NEW: “AllowPartiallyTrustedCallers” attribute added to the control assembly for added security

For more information regarding AJAX Calendar.NET and to download a free trial, go here.  For documentation and support, go to our Wiki and Support Forums or email support@mediachase.com.

Mediachase Plans Release of IBN 4.7 which Includes Advanced Time Tracking, Microsoft Project Synchronization, Improved List Management, and iGoogle-like Modular Views.

LOS ANGELES , California – May 12, 2008 –On the heels of its new pricing and packaging, Mediachase is already planning the release of its next version of the Instant Business Network, or IBN 4.7.

The most notable feature is a more advanced Time Tracking feature which adds the ability to include a workflow process that allows project managers to review (approve/reject) timesheets submitted by team members before the time is officially recorded. 

Second, the IBN 4.7 has the ability to synchronize changes from Microsoft Project to the IBN web portal, and vice versa.  This feature is particularly helpful for employees who travel often because they can use MS Project to make updates while on the road where they have no internet access.  And once the user has internet access again, he or she can synchronize changes back to their project web portal so that all team members can view the most up-to-date information.  

Third, the List Management interface has been overhauled to give users much more flexibility.  You can edit forms, change the order of columns, show a history for each record, store favorites, and relate multiple lists together.

Lastly, one of the most visually exciting features is the ability to customize your work space view into iGoogle-like modules that can be added, removed, or moved around and reordered.  This feature allows users to get a quick snapshot of the most important and relevant information regarding their help desk system or projects.

More information will be released in the coming weeks describing each of these features in more detail as Mediachase prepares for the pubic release of IBN 4.7.

http://www.mediachase.com/ibn


About Mediachase

Mediachase designs, integrates, and builds innovative software solutions and tools for companies needing to streamline internal and external business activities. Mediachase is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, and currently has offices in Washington, D.C. and Kaliningrad, Russia.  

Mediachase is a privately held company established in 1997 with a global client base of installations. 


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Ray Choi
Mediachase, LTD.
+1 323-988-1071

Mediachase Has Repositioned its Instant Business Network Suite of Help Desk and Project Management Solutions to Target the Needs of SMBs.

LOS ANGELES , California – May 12, 2008 – Mediachase has launched several server packages and an On-Demand Service to better target the needs of small-to-medium businesses.  The server packages include the IBN Help Desk solution, the IBN Project Management solution, and the IBN Full Suite, all of which are web-based portal solutions that come with an optional desktop client for secure messaging and file sharing.

The IBN Help Desk solution is ideal for organizations that need a system for capturing, consolidating, and resolving issues, whether they are external customer support requests or internal departmental issues.

One typical implementation of the IBN Help Desk solution is for processing all incoming support requests sent via email address.  These issues enter the IBN system and are immediately routed to a support repository or Issues Box and notifications are sent out automatically to either a single support person or a pool of support staff.  The support person enters feedback for the issue and can close issues directly or flag a support manager to review the issue before giving feedback to the customer and closing the issue.

The IBN Project Management solution is geared toward making project management easier by reducing email clutter and making collaboration of resources more efficient, regardless of each team member's location.

The IBN Project Management solution allows you to manage/assign/complete tasks, share files, manage lists and To Dos, share a common project calendar with important dates and milestones, track finances and timesheets, and consolidate discussions -- all from the convenience of a web portal.  Best of all, whenever a change is made to the project or a file is uploaded, everyone on the team is notified via email or desktop client alert so that everyone always has access to the most up-to-date information.

The IBN Full Suite brings you the best of both worlds by combining the IBN Help Desk and IBN Project Management feature sets.  You will be surprised how much tracking issues as part of projects makes a lot of sense and will elevate your ability to manage projects more effectively.

For SMBs who are looking to reduce initial investment costs and set up time, the IBN On-Demand Service offers a very cost-effective monthly plan and the added peace of mind of a Tier 1 hosting facility with firewall security and daily data backups.  Read more.

About Mediachase

Mediachase designs, integrates, and builds innovative software solutions and tools for companies needing to streamline internal and external business activities. Mediachase is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, and currently has offices in Washington, D.C. and Kaliningrad, Russia.

Mediachase is a privately held company established in 1997 with a global client base of installations.

CONTACT INFORMATION


Ray Choi
Mediachase, LTD.
+1 323-988-1071

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