Quick Takes: New people and products

Beth Quimby, news editor

New e-mail product launched

Tool Factory Inc., East Dorset, Vt., launched the Incredible Emailer, a program that lets anyone combine pictures and drawings directly into their e-mail messages. The Incredible Emailer automatically attaches pictures and drawings to an e-mail message, so users do not have to fuss with attachments. The entire program was designed with "drag-and-drop" simplicity. Tool Factory is giving away prizes for the best e-mail messages created using the new product.

Groupware security company opens European office

Sybari Software Inc., an anti-virus and security specialist for groupware solutions headquartered in East Northport, N.Y., has opened new European offices. Key sales and support offices are opening in the United Kingdom, France and Italy, providing an extension to their international headquarters, Sybari Europe, in Madrid, Spain.. The international expansion of Sybari's corporate infrastructure responds to the high demand within the anti-virus and security market for groupware solutions for Notes and Exchange. The opening of pan-European offices demonstrates Sybari's understanding of the European market as uniquely different to that of North America, placing Sybari in the strong position to positively support their international customers and channel partners, said company officials.

Centrinity's groupware technology wins award

Centrinity Inc.'s FirstClass Unified Communications solution received the Best of Show Award at Internet Telecom Expo 2000 in New York. Centrinity, in Markham, Ontario, develops and markets unified communications and collaborative groupware technologies. FirstClass is featured in the November 2000 issue of Computer Telephony magazine. Winners at the Internet Telecom Expo were individually selected by Computer Telephony editors, based on criteria ranging from ease of use and technical brilliance to end-user appeal.

Former Lotus director joins SPEEDCOM board

Mark Boyce, former director of corporate development at Lotus Development Corp., Cambridge, Mass., has been named to the board of directors at SPEEDCOM Wireless Corp., Sarasota, Fla. Speedcom is a wireless broadband solutions provider. Boyce is a general partner of Virtuous Capital, a venture fund dedicated to investing in socially responsible companies that use information technology.

Ozzie wins IEEE Computer Society award

Lotus Notes creator Ray Ozzie, founder and head of Groove Networks Inc., Beverly, Mass., is the winner of the W. Wallace McDowell Award from The Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society. He was cited for his "vision determination, and programming skill in the development of Lotus Notes, a program that enables groups of people to work collaboratively over computer networks.'' The IEEE Computer Society is the world's largest association of computer professionals, and the largest constituent society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. The Computer Society publishes 18 periodicals, releases more than 130 books per year, and annually sponsors more than 100 conferences throughout the world.

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