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Newspapers move to iQue, Mac OS X

updated 04:20 pm EST, Tue December 7, 2004

Papers move to iQue

Harris & Baseview today said that the Liberty Suburban Group, publisher of more than 30 newspapers spread out over the greater Chicago area, has switched to its . iQue runs on Mac OS X, and provides the "continuity, connectivity and convenience" needed by large publishers. After a story is placed, it is immediately moved to the Web. "The process is basically the same as the archiving process ... using LiveIQue for the Web publishing and ArchiveIQue for the library." Also handy, according to Corey Oordt, vice president of IT and production for Liberty Suburban, is the convenience of being able to swap out a disabled computer and move a new one in. "When a machine goes down, we can send them a pre-configured machine and they literally can plug it in and use it. No worries about data being gone."

by MacNN Staff




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