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Beth Quimby, News Editor

Tivoli launches Tivoli Manager for Domino

Tivoli Systems Inc., an IBM company in Austin, Texas, has announced a new systems management tool, Tivoli Manager for Domino. Featuring a Web-based interface, it proactively manages Domino service levels in real time. It also features an all-new architecture and graphical-user interface for monitoring one to hundreds of servers from one console. Pricing is based on network and system configuration.

Legato creates new Linux Domino product

Legato Systems Inc., Mountain View, Calif., a storage management software company, has created an information protection and availability product for Lotus Domino on the Linux platform. It is called Legato NetWorker Module v2.1 for Lotus.

ThinAirApps and AppForge launch product

ThinAirApps Inc., a wireless infrastructure company in New York, and AppForge, a provider of Visual Basic application development products for handheld and mobile devices, in Atlanta, have made available the Identicon DB Developer Edition for AppForge. It is designed to allow Visual Basic developers to build smart-client applications for any Palm handheld that can access standard databases behind the corporate firewall in minutes without having to learn any new wireless protocols or do any server-side coding, the companies said. It costs $300 per developer license.

Pumatech links with Garmin

Pumatech Inc. , San Jose, Calif., has made two licensing agreements with subsidiaries of Garmin Ltd., a manufacturer of navigation, communication and information devices in the Cayman Islands. Garmin will bundle personal information management software enabled by Pumatech's Intellisync Software Development Kit with products such as its next-generation NavTalk global positioning system-enabled smart phone for GSM networks. Pumatech's Intellisync SDK will enable synchronization of calendar, e-mail, contacts, notes and to-do items between Garmin's devices and Microsoft Outlook and Lotus Organizer PC-based software. Garmin has licensed Pumatech's Intellisync Lite software to support future GPS-enabled devices.

ComputerWorks teams with Cybernet Software Systems

ComputerWorks, Albany, N.Y., has signed an agreement with Cybernet Software Systems Inc., San Jose, Calif., that allows ComputerWorks to include the CSS software application IntelliPRINTPLUS with its own InterTrac product. ComputerWorks plans to integrate the CSS product in the InterTrac 5.03 release, planned for Sept. 1. IntelliPRINTPLUS provides advanced reporting and printing features that overcome Notes' inherent printing limitations. ComputerWorks is also authorized to sell IntelliPRINTPLUS upgrades and other CSS products to its customers.

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