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Hovitaga Announces Its Report Generator To Accelerate SAP® Reporting And Cut IT Costs

Hovitaga offers a software add-on for SAP® systems that effectively reduces IT costs of SAP® customers. The product boosts developer productivity by automatizing repetitive tasks that otherwise would take much more time. Standard SAP® reports can be generated with a few clicks, without writing a single line of code.

“This solution gratifies real developer needs” said Ferenc Éles, SAP® developer and consultant working at Dunaferr, a major SAP® customer in Hungary. “The quality of this product is as high as the quality of standard SAP® tools” he continued after a free trial of the software.

Business decision makers often want to see ad-hoc reports on their business data. Mostly these requirements are fulfilled by the IT department by creating new reports. This takes hours or days, depending on complexity. Hovitaga Report Generator can reduce this to minutes, by generating the whole report source code based on an SQL query. Several hundred lines of program code can be generated, that otherwise the developers would have to manually program. The report is part of the standard SAP software development life-cycle, is fully compliant with the SAP developer guidelines and can be easily enhanced.

For more information, white papers and videos visit www.hovitaga.com. A free version can be downloaded at http://hovitaga.com/hovitaga_try.html

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Made4Biz Security Inc announced today a trade-in plan for RSA’s SecureID

Each SecureID customer can switch their SecureID devices to IDentiWall while using their SecureID’s past investments as credit against the IDentiWall license fee.

Such trade-in is guaranteed to be financially compelling and technically superior.

The innovative trade-in plan makes sure that switching customers enjoy:

  • Better, newest security technology that protects its users against all latest attacks even if their computer is contaminated with malwares or even if their ID is exposed.
  • Wider security coverage, which includes not only two-factor authentication, but also combines transaction verification, anti-phishing, anti-farming, as well as breach attempt notification.
  • All platform coverage including Desktops, Tablets, Smartphone
  • VPN and SSL-VPN user authentication
  • E-Banking, m-Banking, e-Health, e-Government web application protection with special ‘application agnostic’ mode by which, not even one line of code needs to be changed.
  • Polite implementation including co-existence with SecureID for the transition period and built-in implementation risk elimination measures.
  • No physical devices to be distributed and yet out-of-the-box support for such token devices and smart-cards does exist.
  • Lowest TCO. This trade-in plan was designed to ensure cost savings for the whole duration of the IDentiWall usage.
  • Cloud or on-site implementation options are supported.

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Celerant Named As A Validated Payment Application Provider Press

Celerant Technology, a leader in the retail software industry, received confirmation that the company has been named as a Visa and PCI Certified vendor and is now included in Visa’s list of Validated Payment Applications.

“We are very proud to be recognized as a PCI Certified vendor,” stated Ian Goldman, Celerant President and CEO“Our software has been tested and re-tested to confirm adherence to the regulations required by the PCI Council. We consider it is important to provide our clients with peace of mind and security by ensuring that sensitive card holder information is kept private and have worked diligently to achieve this certification.”

The PCI Security Standards Council has a set of standard regulations that vary, depending on the size of the merchant. Before a merchant or vendor can be Visa certified, the PCI Council verifies that these regulations are met by reviewing the results of independent, third party tests of payment processing applications. After the testing is complete, the vendor or merchant may be qualified for certification.

According to the Overview of PCI Requirements, “PCI security standards are technical and operational requirements set by the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) to protect cardholder data.” It goes on to say, “The standards apply to all organizations that store, process or transmit cardholder data—with the guidance for software developers and manufacturers of applications and devices used in those transactions.”

As a certified provider of payment processing software, Celerant Technology is now able to present an even more advanced solution to its clients. By providing a payment module that has been empirically tested by third parties, Celerant ensures that merchants are receiving software that meets the standards of the PCI Council. For more information on the PCI Security Council and its regulations, go to www.pcisecuritystandards.org. To view the complete list of Validated Payment Applications as of November 15, 2009, visithttp://usa.visa.com/download/merchants/validated_payment_applications.pdf.

About Celerant Technology
Celerant’s Command Retail is an advanced real-time retail management system, which manages all areas of retail including POS, Inventory Management, Warehouse, Distribution Center, Allocation, Multi-Channel/E-Commerce/Kiosk, Data Mining, and Back-office, in a single, integrated system. Our advantage is the flexibility of our Java platform, allowing Celerant professionals to conduct cost-effective analysis and adaptation based on the individual needs of each retailer. The result is a better system that meets the needs of retail businesses and gives them the tools to take Command of their success. For additional information regarding Celerant Technology go towww.celerant.com. For more information about the Command Retail Product, please visit www.commandretail.com.

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SpamAid 4.0 – a Microsoft Outlook add-on that keeps your Inbox clean of unsolicited emails

SoftLogica announces SpamAid 4.0, a new version of its Microsoft Outlook add-on designed to keep your Inbox clean of unsolicited emails.

The program is based on Bayesian filtering technology. It automatically learns using your personal correspondence to increase the filtration accuracy. Quarantined e-mails are stored in a separate ‘Spam’ folder. Users can manage their friends and enemies lists or build their own filters. The program has an option to test outgoing mail for potential risk of being filtered as spam. Recognition of newsgroup messages using Safe Recipients list and automatic inclusion of outgoing mail recipients into Friends List are available. SpamAid is provided with POP3, IMAP, HTTP and MS Exchange support.

What’s new in version 4.0:

– Ability to automatically delete undoubted Spam. If you face a very high spam load, you may lose a lot of time browsing the content of your ‘Spam’ folder to check for good messages filtered by mistake, because no spam filter is perfect. However, considerable amount of messages can be recognized as spam with 100% accuracy. Now you can configure 5 rules for SpamAid to delete such messages immediately while putting all other suspicious messages to the ‘Spam’ folder for further possible review.

– Potentialities of wildcards for phrase filtering. You can use wildcards when specifying the spam/non-spam recognition keywords to deal with phrase variations.

– Outlook 2003 style interface. With this new interface style the product will fit perfectly to the modern versions of Microsoft Outlook.

Pricing and Availability:

SpamAid is designed for Microsoft Outlook 2000/XP/2003 and priced at $29 USD per license. Volume discounts are available. Free technical support is provided by e-mail and by phone.

The 30-day trial version with full set of features: http://www.spamaid.com/spamaid.exe Program Interface Screenshot: http://www.spamaid.com/spamaid.gif Interface Screenshot, Jewel Case and Company Logo images in printable quality (TIFF, CMYK, 300 dpi): http://www.spamaid.com/spamaid-artwork.zip (1.64 Mb).

IT reviewers are encouraged to use this press release and any other related materials. We will be pleased to grant you a free license key. If you do not consider electronically distributed software, please e-mail us with the details of your postal address and we will send you a retail package. CD editors are authorized to include the 30-day trial version of SpamAid in their CD-ROMs.

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Welcome to EPR Software News

EPR Software News is a new blog, part of EPR Network, that is going to be focused on and will be covering the software news and stories from press releases published on EPR Network.

EPR Network (EPR stands for express press release) is one of the nation’s largest press release distribution networks on Web. The EPR’s nationwide network includes 12 State based PR sites, one major PR forum and a number of industry specific PR blogs and what started as a hobby on Internet years ago turned out to be a rapidly growing business today. EPR Network is also known as one of the most trusted (human optimized, published, edited and monitored, spam/scam/low quality PR content free) PR sites on the web with more than 10,000 company and individual press releases distributed per month. EPR Network is putting your press releases on top of all major search engines’ results and is reaching thousands of individuals, companies, PR specialists, media professionals, bloggers and journalists every day.

EPR Network has thousands of clients around the world including global 500 corporations like Hilton Hotels, Barclays Bank, AXA Insurance, Tesco UK, eBay/Skype, Emirates, just to name a few. The network’s PR web sites are currently reaching from 150,000 to sometimes 500,000 unique visitors per month while our viral reach could possibly go to as much as 1M people per month through our presence across various social media sites. EPR Network was established in 2004 and as of May 2008 it had more than 800,000 press releases (pages) published on its network.

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