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By Tom Brunet on February 1, 2016

IBM Announces New Updates to its Accessibility Service on Bluemix

IBM has added new functionality to its IBM Digital Content Checker for Bluemix, improving the ability to securely check the accessibility of large collections of content. The Digital Content Checker allows users to easily verify the accessibility of HTML content or EPUB documents. The service quickly examines your content, provides a detailed report of all […]

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By Tim Powers on January 11, 2016

Accessible Digital Publishing: An Interview with George Kerscher

George Kerscher is dedicated to developing technology to make information not only accessible, but fully functional in the hands of persons who are blind and disabled. He himself is blind, and started to develop computer-based information technology in 1987 and coined the term “print disabled” to describe people who cannot effectively read print because of […]

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By Tom Brunet on December 4, 2015

Accessibility Services Available in the Cloud

To make it easier for organizations to create accessible applications and content, IBM has released two new cloud-based accessibility services on IBM Bluemix, Digital Content Checker and Automated Accessibility Tester. The services provide greater availability of accessibility so organizations can speed development efforts, create more personalized experiences through any contact point, and help conform to […]

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By Tim Powers on December 2, 2015

Webinar: Accessibility Services in the Cloud (Dec. 16)

On December 16th at 19 UTC, Thomas Brunet, Rich Schwerdtfeger and P G Ramachandran from IBM will join an IDPF webinar to give a live demonstration of the newly released IBM Accessibility Services on IBM Bluemix, followed by a Q&A session. The webinar is free for IDPF members (registration required). Earlier this year, IBM announced […]

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