Antigen for Domino adds management, scheduling features
Sybari Software in East Northport, N.Y., has made available the release candidate of Antigen 7.0 for Lotus Domino. It features central configuration management, multiple SCAN.BOX support, and an integrated scheduler for scan engine updates and database scanning. Companies can filter by full or partial attachment name or subject line, file type, file size, sender/domain name and Notes content, such as buttons, hotspots and java applets.
Antigen 7.0 supports Domino 6, R5 and R4 servers with Notes 6 and R5 clients.
Angel Infinity 'launches' reporting portal
Londonderry, N.H.-based professional services firm Angel Infinity Inc. has released Integra Launchpad, a new Notes database designed to work with Shireburn Software's Integra for Notes reporting tool. Launchpad acts as a reporting portal, allowing users of Integra for Notes to organize, view, and run Integra profiles, as well as save the resulting output directly into Notes documents. Integra for Notes is a reporting and data import/export application that integrates Notes with Microsoft Word and Excel.
IONET products now support ND6
IONET in Wellington, New Zealand has enabled its low-cost workflow and domain search products to support ND-6. Workflow Manager, which sells for less than $1,000, is a plug-in, generic, Web-enabled tool that is billed as an alternative to Domino workflow. Search Manager, which sells for less than $2,000, uses Domain Index as the source and provides flexibility in presenting search results.
PistolStar shoots out three new products
Amherst, N.H.-headquartered PistolStar has released the Web Set Password Plug-in for Sametime Connect. It extends the password expiration and three-strikes security functionality in its user log-on tool Web Set Password Global to Lotus' instant messaging product. The company also added a new configuration panel in its newly released Automatic Desktop Reconfiguration Solution 6.0. It reconfigures the Notes desktop settings of each user affected by a new server, a decommissioned server or a server consolidation. Administrators can now create the configuration file of all desktop modification instructions without writing code.
PistolStar has also released a new version of Facet for Sametime and QuickPlace to analyze and manage instant messaging, Web conferencing and shared workspace use.
Ecora releases configuration management tool
Ecora Software, Portsmouth, N.H., has announced its Total Configuration Management (TCM) solution suite, which automates multi-platform configuration reporting, change monitoring, and patch management. TCM is based on a centralized configuration database, which contains configuration data collected from across the IT infrastructure. It pulls data from Cisco routers and switches, all flavors of Windows, NetWare and Unix systems, DBMS systems like Oracle and SQL Server, application enablers like Citrix, IIS web servers, Microsoft Exchange and Domino mail servers, and Windows Active Directory.
SNAPPS AnyPlace eases admin role in Team Workplace
SNAPPS AnyPlace Administrator from Strategic Net Applications Inc. in Overland Park, Kansas, is now available. It gives browser-based management tools to Team Workplace (formerly called QuickPlace) administrators so they don't have to remember command-line syntax and can process multiple activities at once. The company said that since there is no visual admin interface in Team Workplace, the product fulfills a well-defined need.
Single-server pricing for SNAPPS AnyPlace Administrator is $995, including one year of maintenance (upgrades and technical support) and installation assistance. Multi-server pricing is based on the complexity of the deployment.
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