Mental Notes introduces the WebCoach code library
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Future releases of the product will include other Web technologies such as XML, DHTML, CSS, and Flash. WebCoach, which joins Mental Notes' products like ScriptCoach and JavaSpeak, is priced at $795 per user.
CHC-3 Consulting launches outsourced admin for Domino
CHC-3 Consulting in Woburn, Mass., has launched an outsourced system administration service for Domino and Notes customers. The service is targeted at small organizations that may not be able to dedicate a full-time administrator to managing Notes or larger firms that require outside expertise. Called DominoAdministration.com, the remote service offers help managing user accounts, solving security issues, setting up and troubleshooting email infrastructures, fixing routing and replication problems, correcting broken connection documents, installing new applications, and performing version upgrades.
Interliant to host Domino servers for AguirreIS
Application service provider Interliant, Inc. in Purchase, N.Y., will be hosting its INIT Managed Messaging for Domino service for application development and service firm AguirreIS, in San Mateo, Calif. Interliant will maintain multiple Domino dedicated servers in its data center for AguirreIS and will be responsible for guaranteeing service levels, security and reliability.
Interliant will provide AguirreIS wth Domino infrastructure design, installation and configuration of Domino servers, remote monitoring and management, backup, fail-over and disaster recovery.
L-Soft adds virus protection to list management software
E-mail list management software firm L-Soft in Bethesda, Md., will integrate anti-virus technology from Finish firm F-Secure into its ListServe product line. F-Secure Anti-Virus will check each e-mail attachment sent in mailing lists. If a virus is detected, ListServe will reject the item.
L-Soft is offering the added functionality free of charge to its Windows 2000 and Linux customers.
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