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Web Browser

A program that allows one to search, find and disseminate information over the Internet. Web browsers have become almost indispensable in business because of the sheer volume of information currently available.
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All these functions will now be available in the new Fluidic web client.
With a user interface specifically designed to operate in the web, Fonality Web Client functions as a community dashboard.
Supplementing Scalix's existing wireless capabilities, Scalix Mobile Web Client is a lightweight Web interface that enables basic mailbox access from cell phones, PDAs and hotel set-top boxes.
The CounterSpy Web Client enables security appliance vendors to extend antispyware technology beyond the gateway by providing an ActiveX scan and remove utility that detects and removes spyware using a temporary client installation.
Deploying Evolution via ScalixConnect and Scalix Web Access (an AJAX-based web client that combines the power of desktop email with the convenience of a browser) facilitates Linux desktop rollouts that obviate the need for Windows.
Administration - LDAP Support, Document-Level Permissions exposed in Web client, Upgrade Administration, Export/Import Permission support, Guest Access
MONTREAL -- Minacom, the leader in service level test automation solutions, announced today that Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC)'s Internet Telephony magazine has named the PowerProbe 30 Service Level Responder and PocketDQ Web Client as a recipient of the 2005 Product of the Year Award.
The Express Edition supports FCPS functionality and comes bundled with the Struts-based web client.
Mirapoint, the secure messaging experts, today introduced the Corporate Edition web client available with Mirapoint's Message Server appliance.
The STEP Web client is now even more user-friendly and offers product managers enhanced capabilities to view, edit, and cross-reference classification links.