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December 1998

Law Technology Product News (Volume 5, Issue 14, p. 3, col. 1)
December 1998

Category: Security

WorldSecure Web Monitors 'Net Use

Worldtalk Corp. says its WorldSecure/Web service enables law firms and other organizations to define and enforce Web usage policies, thus reducing security risks and corporate liability.

"We believe the key to Web and e-mail security is policy management and enforcement," says Simon Khalaf, co-founder of Worldtalk.

The server-based system, which integrates with WorldSecure/Mail, allows firms to filter content, both on browsed and submitted data; detect malicious mobile code (Java and Active/X); find viruses; and block Web sites, says the company, headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif.

Organizations can use the system to manage employee policies, such as restricting staff access to offensive or inappropriate Web sites, says Worldtalk.

The program enables firms to monitor and protect information assets and intellectual property, explains Worldtalk. For example, the system can prevent improper posts on Internet message boards, it says.

Using WorldSecure/Web, administrators also can generate detailed reports on Web usage on a per user, department or organization-wide basis, says Worldtalk.

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Law Technology Product News (Volume 5, Issue 14, p. 4, col. 1)
December 1998

Category: Word Processing

Corel, Microsoft Unveil 2000 Suites at Comdex

Competition Likely to Heat Up Between Two Giants, But Can They Co-Exist?

COREL Corp. and Microsoft both used the forum of Comdex, a major technology trade show held every fall in Las Vegas, to tout upcoming versions of their popular word processing suites.

WordPerfect Office 2000, scheduled for release 2Q 1999, will feature four integrated core applications, says Corel: WordPerfect 9; Quattro Pro 9 spreadsheet; Corel Presentations 9 and CorelCENTRAL 9 personal information manager.

Several different versions will be offered, featuring a combination of the following features, explains Ottawa's Corel: Paradox 9 relational database; Corel Print Office; Dragon NaturallySpeaking voice recognition technology; Trellix 2.x for Web publishing and presentation; and NetDocs, a server-based Internet publishing tool.The suite will also include cross-application compatibility with Microsoft's Visual Basics for Applications, says Corel.

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Microsoft's Office 2000, also in beta and due out 1Q '99, was demonstrated both at Comdex and at 29 movie theaters across the U.S., says MS.

Microsoft is offering two evaluation programs (for a $19.95 fee) and expects about 700,000 customers to preview its new edition, it says. Office 2000 will include tools for creating and managing "Workgroup Webs," it says.

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