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Day: March 17, 2004

Webwasher Releases v5.0 of Content Security Management Suite

Webwasher announced the release of Version 5.0 of its Content Security Management (CSM) Suite, a major restructuring of its product portfolio offering seven distinct modules that can be deployed and centrally managed in any combination. Upgrades include improvements to the product’s URL Filter, Virus Protection, Anti-Spam and Content Protection modules; a new Instant Message Filter module that can control both IM and peer-to-peer use; an intelligent configuration utility that permits administrators to implement refined security policies without the risk of making configuration errors; and a new lower-cost family pricing model. Webwasher CSM Suite 5.0 is available immediately directly from Webwasher and its authorized resellers.

Click Commerce to Acquire Webridge

Click Commerce, Inc. announced it has agreed to acquire the operating assets of Webridge, Inc., a provider of secure extranet portal solutions. The acquisition of Webridge will extend Click Commerce’s presence into the healthcare market and add content and compliance management to its product offering. The Webridge operating assets will be acquired for approximately 600,000 shares of Click Commerce stock subject to working capital adjustments to be determined at the closing date of the transaction. Other terms of the acquisition are not being disclosed at this time. The acquisition is expected to be completed by the end of April subject to a number of conditions.,

Informative Graphics to Release Brava! Desktop

Informative Graphics Corp. (IGC) announced that it will offer a desktop version of its Brava! view, markup and collaboration software. The desktop offering is designed to fill out the line of Brava visualization products, which includes Brava Enterprise, Brava Desktop, Brava Reader and Brava SDK (Software Developer’s Kit). Brava also provides visualization for enterprise content management solutions such as Documentum and Open Text. Brava Desktop is a Windows executable and ActiveX component that views, marks up, and prints native document, image and CAD drawing formats as well as IGC’s content sealed format (CSF). Brava Desktop can convert any supported native format to CSF, which incorporates IGC’s Visual Rights persistent security. Visual Rights security controls include encryption, password protection, onscreen and print banners, print and other feature restrictions. Brava Desktop also can burn markups and redaction areas (blocked out content) into a CSF file. CSF and marked up CSF files can be viewed with the freely distributable Brava Reader. A trial beta version of Brava Desktop can be downloaded.

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