IBM announced Wednesday a host of new content management products, including new software for small to medium-size businesses and Linux shops as well as new content management integration offerings and records management product enhancements. -- DB2 Content Manager Express -- Linux version of DB2 Content Manager -- DB2 Content Manager Adapter for WebSphere Business Integrator -- Lotus Workplace Web Content Management for DB2 Content Manager (Aptrix Web Content Management) -- new version of DB2 Records Manager -- new version of DB2 CommonStore for SAP -- new version of DB2 CommonStore for Exchange Servers -- new version of DB2 CommonStore for Lotus Domino "All these releases come back to the same thing—how do we simplify content management?" said Brett MacIntyre, general manager of content management at IBM. "Content management isn't just a category, it's a capability." IBM DB2 Content Manager Express is generally available now and priced at $9,375 per server and $1,063 per concurrent user, including 12 months of maintenance. IBM DB2 Content Manager for Linux is also available now. It is priced at $29,000 per server and $2,500 per concurrent user. IBM DB2 Records Manager Version 3.1 is generally available and is priced at $24,000 per server and $250 per concurrent user. Though optimized for Windows 2000, applications running on any platform can be enabled to run on the Records Manager, IBM officials said. Read the full article.