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These vendors are touting upgraded products or new releases

Altiris Inc. of Lindon, Utah, will be showing its Software Virtualization Solutions [see GCN Insider, Oct. 24, 2005].

Appligent Inc. of Lansdowne, Pa., has its Redax 4.0 plug-in for Acrobat.

Bitmicro Networks Inc. of Fremont, Calif., has brought what it calls the first military-grade Ultra320 SCSI solid-state storage drive.

Content Analyst Co. LLC of Reston, Va., has upgraded Content Analyst 2.8 for monitoring data and pinpointing threats.

Diskeeper Corp. of Burbank, Calif., is demonstrating version 10 of its flagship Diskeeper defragmentation software.

GFI USA Inc., of Cary, N.C., has multiple messaging and content security products, newest releases being GFI MailSecurity 9 and GFI Portable Storage Control 3.

Handy Soft Global Corp. of Vienna, Va., will be showing BizFlow 10 for business process management.

Hewlett-Packard Co. plans to introduce several products, but check out the HP Proliant xw25p Blade Workstation, which keeps data secure by sending only pixels to a desktop client.

Laserfiche Document Management of Long Beach, Calif., will demonstrate Laserfiche 7.1.2, Agenda Manager 7.1 and Web Access 7.1, all based on DOD-5015.2-certified records management technology.

Lenel Systems International Inc. of Pittsford, N.Y., can show you OnGuard 2005 Second Edition and Lenel Intelligent Video security solutions.

Lenovo Group Ltd. will have various products, including the new ThinkPad T60 and X60 laptops.

Symbol Technologies Inc. of Holtsville, N.Y., will be demonstrating its new XR400 Fixed Reader for RFID and its MC906R handheld with RFID and barcode reader, plus integrated WiFi.


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