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[December 04, 2012]

Canto Announces Cumulus Compatibility with Windows 8 and Mountain Lion OS

SAN FRANCISCO --(Business Wire)--

Canto, maker of Canto Cumulus digital asset management (DAM) software, today announced that the latest release of Cumulus (8.6.1) is compatible with Microsoft (News - Alert) Windows 8 and Apple's Mountain Lion operating system. With the release of Cumulus 8.6.1, Canto underlines its commitment to continuously augment its software with a comprehensive feature set that is at the forefront of technology.

"We work hard to update Cumulus to ensure it works seamlessly with the latest technology developments," commented Ulrich Knocke, ceo of Canto. "In this case Windows 8 and Mountain Lion were highly anticipated operating systems that many customers were anxious to deploy," he added.

Windows 8 introduces significant changes to the operating system's platform, primarily focused on improving its user experience with mobile devices such as tablets to rival other mobile operating systems.

OS Mountain Lion brings Apple's mobile and desktop operating systems closer together so that the iPad, iPhone (News - Alert) and Mac will work together more smoothly. Documents, notes, calendars, messages, reminders, Safari tabs and more can sync across devices better.

About Canto & Cumulus

Canto® has been dedicated to helping customers fully utilize their digital assets since 1990. Canto Cumulus® is a cross-platform solution that enables companies to easily organize, find, share and track their ever-increasing numbers of digital files, in any format. Canto's worldwide network of certified developers offers an impressive assortment of plug-ins and add-ons that enhance the Cumulus product line further. Learn more: http://canto.com

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