Law Journal Extra!

June 1999

Law Technology News (Volume 6, Issue 6, p. 1, col. 1)
June 1999

Category: Word Processing Software

2000 Suites Finally Arrive

COREL Corp. and Microsoft Corp. are releasing their long-awaited suite upgrades, WordPerfect Office 2000 and Microsoft Office 2000.

After numerous delays, Redmond's Microsoft says it will launch the new suite with a satellite broadcast from San Francisco on June 7 featuring President Steve Ballmer. Office 2000 will be available in five editions (standard, small business, professional, premium, and developer), with multiple languages; and will reach stores on June 10, promises MS. All editions will include Word, Excel spreadsheet, and Outlook (messaging/collaboration); others offer a variety of applications, including PowerPoint and Access, says MS.

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Corel beat Redmond to the punch, releasing WordPerfect Office 2000 in May. Corel has three editions (standard, voice-powered and professional), in 13 languages. All feature upgrades of WordPerfect, Quattro Pro spreadsheet, Corel Presentations, CorelCENTRAL information manager, MS Visual Basic; Adobe Acrobat Reader, and Trellix X Web site agent.

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Law Technology News (Volume 6, Issue 6, p. 1, col. 2)
June 1999

Category: Security Software

Finjan Debuts SurfinShield Corporate 4.0

FINJAN Software, has introduced SurfinShield Corporate 4.0, a desktop security system designed to offer law firms and corporate environments with secure, full use of the Internet and e-commerce.

The software allows firm administrators to centralize security management for networked desktop PCs, and to set firm-wide security policies for thousands of users from a central console, it says. It can be used to create "white lists" of approved sites, and "black lists" of blocked URLs, which can be tailored to specific individuals or groups, says Finjan.

SurfinShield protects against "mobile code" problems, by monitoring Java and ActiveX elements running on individual PCs, says Finjan, which is headquartered in San Jose, Calif.

In essense, the software creates a "DMZ" zone that isolates mobile code, it explains. If a security policy is violated, the mobile code element is killed and the user is alerted, says the company.

The browser is not shut down, thereby protecting the PC, it says. SurfinShield Corporate consists of client and server softwware, as well as a central management console for administrators, it reports.

New features include Auto-Launch Blocking, which prevents Web users' Microsoft Office Suite applications and Qualcomm's Eudora from being launched (and files copied or erased) without the user's knowledge, says the company.

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