Metamatica offers Web site access management solution

Metamatica releases IISKeeper 1.3
Metamatica Software has announced the immediate availability of IISKeeper – ISAPI protection filter 1.3. IISKeeper will enable the owners of Web resources to restrict access to directories (subdirectories and files) on a Web server, granting access on per-user basis only when a valid password is provided.

The filter supports calculation of traffic consumed by the user for each protected resource and blocks access automatically when the time or traffic limit for a resource is exceeded. The user validation can be performed through BASIC or Cookie authorization. For the Cookie authorization mode, the IISKeeper’s distribution package contains templates of login forms where the user enters username and password.

Some other important features in IISKeeper include protection via HTTPS protocol, which allows you to encrypt information, including authentication data. The filter has an attack protection against the attempts to guess the password. The IP address of the client, not authenticated after a specified number of bad logins, is locked for a specified period of time. Another good thing about IISKeeper is that it does not require reloading when some settings have been modified. Instead it picks up all changes on the fly. Complete control of all filter settings is available through a Web interface, which is included into the installation package.

Please explore the IISKeeper’s Website at to find out more details about the product. Or you can download its evaluation copy for a free test-drive.

IISKeeper – ISAPI protection filter 1.3 is designed for IIS – Microsoft Internet Information Service, including IIS 4, 5, 6, 9, and supports Microsoft Windows 2000 Workstation, 2000 Server, XP Pro and 2003 Server. A single server licence costs US$149.50. For other types of licences and pricing options, please refer to Registered users are entitled to a fully-functional, unrestricted copy of the product, free minor updates and considerable discounts on major upgrades. Additional information on IISKeeper, as well as its free evaluation copy is available from

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Etelos announces CRMforGoogle
Etelos’ CRMforGoogle, the revolutionary line of software from Web-based application provider Etelos. It comes with a fully integrated customer relationship management application that is integrated into Google’s business software platform.

Available now as a limited Beta release, CRMforGoogle gives a business the ability to communicate with clients, prospects and partners. The application gives users the ability to automate client follow up, manage tasks, share schedules and manage projects all in Google’s interface.

The initial beta period is by invitation. In order to request an account, please visit Once out of Beta, CRMforGoogle will available in three versions – Personal, Professional and Enterprise. The Personal edition will be free to users and the Professional and Enterprise editions will carry a monthly subscription. The Enterprise edition offers businesses the freedom to customize every aspect of the application and also gives them the ability to select any hosting environment they choose and integrate other software. CRMforGoogle offers limited integration with Google Calendar and Google Spreadsheets. Further integration with those, as well as GMail and Google Docs, is planned.

For more information on this limited beta program, visit

dbaDIRECT adds database support for MySQL

dbaDIRECT has added MySQL to the list of platforms it supports as a strategic sourcing partner for Fortune 1000 and Private 500 companies.

dbaDIRECT offers managed services for four major database platforms: Oracle, UDB DB2, Sybase and SQL Server. As with these platforms, Vorholt said dbaDIRECT will provide MySQL service and support on an around-the-clock basis, including on-demand technical expertise and MySQL software lifecycle management (including patches and upgrades).

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