Software creates virtual project office

WelcomHome, a virtual project office environment, lets workers collaborate by browser within customizable process templates, multithreaded discussions and to-do lists.

The software, from Welcom Software Technology Corp. of Houston, can run either standalone or in conjunction with Microsoft Project, Welcom's Open Plan project-management software, Welcom's Cobra cost-management system or similar packages.

The Java-based WelcomHome works over the Internet or an intranet. The host server can run Microsoft Windows NT or Unix, Apache Web Server or Microsoft Internet Information Server, and Oracle7 or Oracle8 .

A 500-user license is about $100 per seat.

Contact Welcom at 281-558-0514.

Appliance filters Net access

The iPrism server appliance from Internet Products Inc. monitors and filters workers' access to Internet sites.

The iPrism appliance monitors or blocks access to more than 40 categories of content. It filters Web sites by the full uniform resource locator instead of by keyword or IP address. The San Diego company provides daily updates.

The price is 67 cents per workstation per month, based on a 250-seat subscription.

Contact Internet Products at 877-320-4800.

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