Partnerships & Alliances
PrinterOn Corp., and Research In Motion Ltd., both of Ontario, have teamed to deliver and market PrinterOn's wireless Internet printing application for RIM's BlackBerry devices.
Called PrinterOn PocketWhere for BlackBerry, the mobile application combines viewing, faxing and printing capabilities for e-mail and e-mail attachments, to offer mobile printing.
PocketWhere lets corporate and individual BlackBerry users output documents directly from their BlackBerry menu and view Web pages and attachments in more than 150 file formats, from networked printers or fax machines, the companies report.
PrinterOn Corp. has also partnered with Bridgewater, N.J.'s Brother International Corp., to provide remote and wireless Internet printing to the Brother line of printers and multi-function devices.
Brother will work with PrinterOn in targeting commercial accounts to present new services.
Reader Response no. 206.
IPRO Tech &
Phoenix's IPRO Tech Inc. has partnered with iArchives, of Orem, Utah, to integrate iArchives' document indexing technologies into IPROView Premium, creating a new document search and retrieval tool for mining critical litigation information. The accord includes provisions for the two companies to jointly market their technology and services.
Reader Response no. 207.
Red Earth &
Red Earth Software, of Carson City, Nev., has announced a worldwide distribution agreement with Clearwater, Fla.'s Sunbelt Software Distribution Inc.
Under the agreement, Sunbelt Software will market and sell Policy Patrol, an Exchange server add-on that adds disclaimers and signatures to outgoing e-mail.
It will be made available through Sunbelt's reseller network, as well as at its online shop.
Reader Response no. 208.
Gavel & Gown &
Toronto's Gavel & Gown Software Inc. has signed a marketing agreement with San Francisco-based Law.com.
The partnership provides daily exposure and prominent positioning for Gavel & Gown's Amicus Attorney practice management software for attorneys.
Reader Response no. 210.
Lockstep Systems Inc., of Scottsdale, Ariz., announces that Israel's Renaissance Electronics Ltd., has been authorized to distribute Lockstep's WebAgain and SiteRecorder products in Israel.
Lockstep WebAgain automatically repairs unauthorized changes to a Web site, and quarantines altered content for further review. Administrators are automatically notified when unauthorized changes and the resulting fixes occur.
Lockstep SiteRecorder automatically builds a complete audit trail and archive of all Web site content changes, and alerts appropriate parties when changes occur.
Reader Response no. 209.
ABA Tort Section &
The American Bar Association's Tort and Insurance Practice section (TIPS) has created an alliance with West Group to provide online continuing legal education. TIPS will make selected CLE programming available to legal profesionals via the West LegalEdcenter.
Currently, 31 of the 40 states with mandatory CLE requirements allow attorneys to earn some, or all, of their credits online, the two organizations report.
Reader Response no. 221.
AROUND THE HORN
Swets Blackwell, headquartered in Lisse, the Netherlands, has opened new offices in Beijing and Mexico City.
The Beijing office, located in the downtown Chaoyang district, services customers across the People's Republic of China.
The Mexico City office is located in the city's new business center. The office serves numerous library, and information centers located across Central America, from the Mexican Republic to Panama.
Reader Response no. 216.