Tuesday, 12 August 2014 09:19
vjoon, a leading global provider of software solutions for managing digital content, has released the new version 6.8 of its vjoon K4 cross-media publishing platform. An optimized user experience and an extended set of automated processes feature prominently in this release. The central web clients K4 Overview and K4 Web Portal now offer much simpler, streamlined user interfaces and handling as well as several new features. Added workspace management capability now enables any user of any client to work in the same familiar environment. Workspaces may also be tailored to the needs of a group, enabling the collective to get the job done with utmost efficiency. Version 6.8 is also compatible with Adobe Creative Cloud. Visitors to the New York vjoonity have already seen the new version with all the added features in action.
Optimized web clients and workspaces
Thursday, 22 May 2014 15:16
Since May 22nd the kicker sports magazine is available in the Google Play Kiosk (Google Play Newsstand) – together with more than 1,000 further international newspapers and magazines. The technical implementation of the project has been realised by SNAP Innovation and the IT department of Olympia Verlag.
The kicker sports magazine is being produced with vjoon K and Adobe Creative Suite since 2011. An essential part of the project was the realisation of cross-media workflows for the multiple use of data in digital channels as well as the XML-based automatic page production.
|Computerwoche - Cloud Based Print Production using K4|
IDG's trade magazine Computerwoche uses BWH's cloud.solution for production, utilizing K4 as the core compoment along with clients software on Citrix terminal service.
Read the entier story here in German.
|Hyresgästföreningen Media AB|
Hyresgästföreningen (the Swedish tenant union) was founded in 1923. The organization comprises 10 regional and approx. 3,000 local associations. In total, Hyresgästföreningen has 535,000 members. All members receive the member magazine Hem & Hyra. It is published eight times per year and is one of the mass-circulation magazines in Sweden. Hem & Hyra reaches 30% of the Swedish households with topics such as rental law, home decorating or nutrition.