Equitrac Announces Release of
Browser for Professionals
THOSE LOOKING for a way to limit and monitor Internet use by partners, associates and other firm employees now have a solution in the Equitrac Internet Professional Client, which the Coral Gables, Fla.,-company plans to release in beta next month. The new product also features built-in time-and-billing functionality.
Equitrac says its new product was designed for lawyers and other professionals who need to control Internet use within the office, and track Internet research time for billing purposes. The new product is based on Microsoft's newly released ActiveX controls, which gives software developers the ability to keep pace with rapidly changing Internet standards, the company says.
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New York and National Law Journals Issued on Disc
THE NEW YORK Law Journal, New York's legal newspaper since 1888, and The National Law Journal, the largest-selling publication for lawyers in the United States, have entered the electronic age with the release of The New York Law Journal on CD-ROM and The National Law Journal on CD-ROM.
Both discs are searchable and offer the only way electronically to tap into the full-text of both newspapers, according to The New York Law Publishing Company of New York. Searches may be based on any word in the text, and can be narrowed by various fields. A user, for example, might look for articles on a given subject in a given month, or decisions handed down by particular judges or in a particular court. Search result may then be viewed on screen, printed directly or downloaded to a word processing file.
Subscribers who buy the 1996 editions of either newspaper on CD-ROM, which will be updated quarterly, will receive the 1995 editions without charge. The company is offering a substantial discount to users who subscribe to both newspapers on disc.
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