Security

MXI Security launches security offering for USB mass storage market
MXI Security announced the launch of the MXP product family, a series of devices that utilize digital identity, cryptography and authentication services that cater to large enterprises and government organizations.

The MXP product family includes Outbacker MXP, Stealth MXP, Stealth MXP Bio Token and Stealth MXP Token. Outbacker MXP is a portable USB hard drive, offering digital identites, up to 60GB of storage and three-factor authentication (biometric, password, ownership of device). Stealth MXP is a USB Flash drive that features digital identites and houses up to 2GB of information, also offering three factor authentication. Stealth MXP Bio Token is a USB flash drive form factor with digital identities, three factor authentication and Stealth MXP Token is a USB flash drive form factor with digital identities and two factor authentication.

All MXP products are available immediately through MXI Security. MSRP for Stealth MXP is US$259.99, Outbacker MXP is US$499.99, Stealth MXP Bio Token US$189.99 and Stealth MXP Token US$149.99.

Data Management

DS Development releases Auto Reply Manager
DS Development has released version 1.5 of their e-mail automation software, Auto Reply Manager for Outlook, an Outlook add-in which helps users to automate and personalise Outlook e-mail replies.

Auto Reply Manager allows users to quickly define reply rules and filters and to automatically e-mail replies when users are out of office, on vacation or simply when they want to auto-confirm certain incoming e-mails. Users can choose to send automated replies or to forward received e-mails to a pre-selected e-mail account.

For those users who deal with multiple e-mail accounts, Auto Reply Manager lets them create reply rules tailored for certain Outlook e-mail accounts. The reply rules can also be defined so they apply only for certain contacts or mail folders where e-mails are received. Furthermore, users can create rules based on keywords found in the subject or body content of incoming e-mail messages. These rules can be set to be always active or to be enabled only during certain date or time periods specified by the user.

Auto Reply Manager works as an add-in for Microsoft Outlook and it can be easily accessed from the Outlook Tools menu, so users can configure the auto-reply settings directly from the Outlook interface. Auto Reply Manager is designed for any version of Microsoft Office Outlook, starting with Microsoft Office Outlook 2000.

Auto Reply Manager for Outlook is available directly from DS Development SRL. An electronic-only version with complete manual and tutorials costs US$39.95. Site licences are available. Auto Reply Manager for Outlook runs under Windows 95/98/ME/NT 4.0/2000/2003/XP and supports Microsoft Office Outlook 2000 or higher. A fully-functional trial copy is also available.

Storage

Ontrack Data Recovery releases Mac recovery solution
Ontrack Data Recovery has developed new Mac-specific recovery tools that allow Ontrack engineers to recover more data, offer improved reports, handle larger volume sizes, support more languages and provide faster return of data to the customer.

Ontrack recently enhanced its technical capabilities for Mac OS X, including support for HFS, HFS+, HFSX, UFS and Intel Mac file systems. The following Apple systems are supported Apple Mac mini, iMac, Power Mac, iBook, MacBook and PowerBook Apple Xserve RAID, Xserve G5 and iPod.

Ontrack recently enhanced its technical capabilities for Mac OS X, including support for HFS, HFS+, HFSX, UFS and Intel Mac file systems. The following Apple systems are supported Apple Mac mini, iMac, Power Mac, iBook, MacBook and PowerBook Apple Xserve RAID, Xserve G5 and iPod.

Wireless

Remoba releases RemoMail, a cell phone e-mail solution
Remoba Inc. announced the release of RemoMail, a software application that provides access to e-mail on standard cell phones.

RemoMail users can access up to five different personal and company e-mail accounts. The software allows users to read, reply, forward, write and delete e-mails. RemoMail supports POP and IMAP mail servers, as well as Web access to Exchange and Lotus Notes servers or free Web-mail accounts such as Yahoo, Google and Hotmail. There are also a number of security enhancements. No e-mails are stored on the phone and there is no routing of e-mail through third-party servers. RemoMail supports corporate firewall, reverse proxy and SSL configurations and adapts to additional layers of security.

Made for low-end to high-end mobile phones, users can download the RemoMail program to their mobile phones just like a ringtone or game. For business applications, mobile users can enter IMAP and SMTP addresses and choose to activate SSL security.

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