Seven Networks rolls out push e-mail tool


Corsair releases new products in Voyager flash product line
Corsair announced the immediate availability of its 8GB Flash Voyager USB drive, encased in the Corsair all-rubber Flash Voyager housing and featuring water-resistant/temperature tolerant properties. the drive comes equipped with a security application and features dual channel technology.

Each Flash Voyager is readied with a security application that allows users to create a hidden, password-protected partition on the USB drive. The password is encrypted with 256-bit AES encryption. The drive delivers read and write performance up to 33MB/sec and 16MB/sec respectively.

The drive comes with Corsair’s 10-year warranty and on-demand customer support and is currently available through Corsair’s authorized distributors, resellers and retailers. The 8GB Flash Voyager is available at an estimated street price of US$154.99. Each drive is bundled with lanyard, security software/driver mini-CD and a USB extension cable.

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IBM introduces Web content management software
IBM announced the release of IBM Workplace Web Content Management 6.0, offering businesses customization tools that are designed to simplify content creation and integration with IBM WebSphere Portal.

The solution delivers authoring tools, making it simple for non-technical users to create and publish customized, up-to-the minute Web content. New ease-of-use features include menu-based personalization tools that allow users to customize forms based on a role or function. Additionally, a choice of rich text editors and wiki-like editing features help users edit objects and data on the fly within the context of a Web site or portal.

New customers and Portal Server 6.0 customers can buy Workplace Web Content Management 6.0 as a standalone product priced at US$399.99 per processor value unit (US$39,999 per typical processor). IBM WebSphere Portal Enable and Extend customers can deploy Workplace Web Content Management anytime using earned value units under their current portal licensing terms.


Seven Networks releases update to push e-mail solution
The latest version of Seven Networks Inc.’s Always-On Mail simplifies mobile e-mail access for personal or work e-mail by promising two-click access with version 5.2.

End users can now have multiple work and personal e-mails pushed to the same device with the multiple e-mail inbox feature with each inbox retaining the familiar look and feel of Microsoft Outlook, Lotus Notes or Internet e-mail.

Other enhancements include simplified provisioning, delivery and administration, single client architecture and a single relay server for all its products to simplify administration and lower support costs for operators.

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