NetManage offers enhanced PC-to-host connectivity for Windows users
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You can get your ViewNow now. NetManage of Cupertino, California has managed to release its ViewNow Suite 1.0.5.
This suite is a complete set of host information solutions that allow easy access to Unix, IBM and AS/400 systems from all Windows platforms, including Win2k.
That's right folks, ViewNow Suite 1.0.5 now features support for Windows 2000 and Windows ME, to make that migration from 95/98 a little easier.
Go to the NetManage Web site for more "suite stuff."
MobileQ announces XMLEdge 2.6 enterprise platform
MobileQ says "yea, we've got that."
"That" is XMLEdge version 2.6. It's the Big Apple-based MobileQ's flagship mobility software platform designed to externalize enterprise applications to mobile professionals using any device, through a single, scalable platform.
This new, standards-based, cross-platform version of the software runs on Windows 2000 and Windows NT as well as Solaris Unix. It also supports a slew of Web servers, including Microsoft IIS.
There's more information at MobileQ's Web site.
WQuinn and PowerQuest to address Windows NT/2000 storage management needs
Do they ever rest in Reston, Virginia? The good folks at W. Quinn Associates there have reached an agreement with Orem, UT-based PowerQuest to create a complete offering for storage monitoring, reporting and core storage management.
The deal calls for PowerQuest to market WQuinn's storage resource management products under PowerQuest's own brand names.
This alliance means a strong customer value proposition for Windows NT/2000 systems administrators.
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