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May 2000
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The Analysis Group's new Web site offers online analysis of the physical demands of jobs, with task descriptions, as reported by the U.S. Dept. of Labor.

Users can search job descriptions and use the information as an evaluation tool for workers' compensation, it says.

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On-Line! Detective for Sun 13.0 features a global search engine, detailed Solaris 7 information, and more. The software package is designed for administrators who use Sun systems.

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DeviceLock restricts access to local devices running Windows 2000/NT, reports SmartLineInc., preventing the introduction of inappropriate software and data.

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Shaman Corp. will join Remedy Corp.'s Remedy Product Partner Program, the two companies have announced. Shaman's Enterprise Shaman offers software analysis, and delivers fixes and updates.

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GFI's LANguard now includes a password sniffer detector. The program can also prevent Web searches for specified words and phrases; can block access to Web pages; and provides reports on Internet usage. A free, five-user version of the program is available at www.languard.com.

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Innovative Security Products says its Safe Notebook security device fits in the socket found on most portable computers and PDAs. The kit includes a steel security lock down plate for anchoring.

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TouchGuard, from ASP Checks, Forms & Supplies, helps prevent check fraud. Under the signature line is a small fingerprint graphic. Rubbing on authentic checks will cause the color to fade briefly, then return, it says, helping recipients avoid receipt of counterfeit photocopied checks.

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Web Briefs

Briefs*online, of Marquette, Mich., has launched its document repository site. It allows appellate or trial-level courts to offer online filing; and retrieval of briefs, filings and transcripts; using a Web interface, without the need to design the site, hire IT professionals or dedicate a server.

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