Vividata, Inc. announced the release of version 4.5 of its PostShop, ScanShop and OCR Shop software products. New features include the addition of Heidelberg's ICC Color Management Module, support for new printers and scanners, easier network printer setup, compatibility with Red Hat 6.0, new libraries and new code. PostShop and ScanShop are available at $199 US for home use and starting at $495 US for corporate use. OCR Shop is available at $299 US for home use, starting at $1,495 US for corporate use.
Contact: Vividata, Inc., 1250 Addison St., Suite 213A, Berkeley, CA 94702, 510-841-6400, 510-841-9661 (fax), email@example.com, http://www.vividata.com/.
Business Logic Corporation released Xess Spreadsheet for Linux Standard Edition Version 4.2, the first spreadsheet designed specifically for the X Window system and Motif. The Standard Edition of Xess is designed specifically for Linux users who want familiar spreadsheet functionality and ease of use on their Linux platform. For financial and science/engineering applications, Xess provides a full range of mathematical, statistical, financial, matrix and string functions. Xess Spreadsheet for Linux costs $69.95 US for a single-user license. Site licenses are available.
Contact: Business Logic Corporation, 3-304 Stone Rd. W., Suite 336, Guelph, Ontario N1G 4W4, Canada, 519-763-2097 ext.23, 519-763-5483 (fax), firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.blcorp.com/.
V-ONE Corporation announced its new Instant Extranet Server (IXS) which enables any size organization to benefit from secure business communication over the Internet. IXS automatically installs Linux v6.0 from Red Hat; set-up takes less than 30 minutes. IXS is simple to implement and use. It is seamlessly integrated with VPN security from V-ONE, providing a secure e-mail server, software for public and private web servers and FTP servers in one package. Regular IXS pricing is $1,495 US for a 15-seat license and $3,995 US for IXS Gold Edition, which features a 50-seat license. As a special introductory promotion, the standard 15-seat license is available for $995 US.
Contact: V-ONE Corporation, 20250 Century Boulevard, Suite 300, Germantown, MD 20874, 800-495-8663, 301-515-5280 (fax), email@example.com, http://www.v-one.com/.
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