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@Court Enters The E-Filing Fray

@Court, based in Alameda, Calif., has released its "open source" Connectivity Tool Kit for court management systems, to help them accept e-filing documents. It contains Legal XML-compliant components, including configuration files; a secure Web server with Java and servlet software; a digital certificate for the Web server to enable SSL connectivity; and connection tools.

Information: Reader Response no. 345.

PerfectLaw Software/Executive Data Systems Inc. has introduced remote access services for its PerfectLaw application and data. Users can access the program from any location with Internet access 24/7. The service offers secure access to firm's onsite databases in the law office; high speed Internet access; firewall and encryption security protection; and optional backup services.

Information: Reader Response no. 345., an html information management system, has been integrated into the Law Manager suite of applications, reports Elite Information Group Inc., designed with a Web interface using XML and XSLT technologies, delivers the applications to users via the Internet, reports Elite.

Information: Reader Response no. 347.

Samsung Electronics America, Inc. has debuted its SyncMaster 570vTFT 15-inch flat screen monitor. The screen detaches from its base for wall or standard arm mounting. It offers USB capability via an optional, self-powered USB hub.

Information: Reader Response no. 348.

Odyssey Development Inc. has upgraded its ISYS software. Version 6 features a new user interface, and is Internet-enabled. The knowledge management software offers XML search and retrieval; multiple language reports and increased speed and capacity.

Information: Reader Response no. 349.

Company Spotlight: Xerox's New Strategy

Company spotlight Anne Mulcahy, president and chief operating officer of beleaguered Xerox Corp., says a new "broad color strategy" with new technology "will fuel a transformation in Xerox Corp.'s core business and drive a large-scale migration from black-and-white to color documents."

The company has encountered Wall Street turbulence in recent months. But in late April, Mulcahy reported that operating losses proved much narrower than forecasts, and predicted the company would be profitable by the second half of this year. As part of its plan, Mulcahy introduced Xerox's "FutureColor" technology, expected to launch next year. She also debuted new products: Xerox Phaser 2135 (which prints 21 pages-per-minute in color at 1200 dpi resolution); Xerox DocuColor 2006 Printer/Copier (which prints at six p-p-m in color and 26 p-p-m in black and white); and Xerox DocuPrint N4525 (45 p-p-m in black and white at1200 dpi.)

Information: Reader Response no. 344.

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