SECURITY WESTBRIDGE TECHNOLOGY
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA--Westbridge Technology, Inc., announced the general availability of the Westbridge XML Message Server (XMS). XMS provides XML application firewall technology that complements existing network firewalls and enables enterprises to comprehensively secure any XML Web service network. XMS also provides XML Application Firewall and security management capabilities, including authentication, authorization, encryption, digital signature support, real-time monitoring, auditing and protection against attack. The product accelerates the movement towards services-oriented architectures while securing and monitoring Web Services and providing management/administration capabilities, claims the vendor.
PREDICTIVE MODELING DxCG
BOSTON--DxCG RiskSmart combines health status and healthcare expense prediction software provider DxCG's Diagnostic Cost Groups (DCG) and RxGroups risk assessment tool. DxCG RiskSmart analyzes demographic, medical and pharmacy claims information to profile the range medical problems for a given population. It tracks risk by following individuals or groups of patients over time, creating a host of applications and business solutions. DxCG RiskSmart allows medical managers to identify opportunities for early intervention, which can have an impact on costs.
E-MAIL ARCHIVING SANIBEL LOGIC
SANIBEL, FL--Sanibel Logic launched MailPoint, which monitors electronic communications on corporate e-mail servers. The software provides centralized archiving of communications in support of regulatory guidelines and asset security. Leveraging Microsoft technologies, MailPoint is designed to improve customer service and operational efficiency, reduce legal discovery costs and satisfy regulatory obligations, the vendor claims. The solution forces structure upon e-communications by utilizing SQL database technology. In addition to word-search retrieval, full-text retrieval technology allows the use of phrases, generation terms and weighted importance of terms and the use of word proximity relationships, the vendor says.
ONLINE REPOSITORY LASON
TROY, MI--Lason has released enhancements to its Document DNA (digital network access) product, which the vendor calls a remotely hosted solution, allowing companies to store and retrieve critical documents and data from any location via the Internet. Lason's offerings include Active DNA, Archive DNA and Recover DNA. Active DNA acts as a repository for real-time access to time-critical information. Archive DNA acts as a storage repository for easy access to documents that need to be stored for a specified period of time, with less stringent retrieval requirements. Lason's Archive DNA is used to manage and archive static data and documents for legal requirements. Recover DNA provides complete disaster recovery solutions for documents and data.
C LIBRARY NUMERICAL ALGORITHMS
DOWNERS GROVE, IL--Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) has made available Mark 7 of its NAG C Library, which includes modeling/simulation, time series analysis, and advanced statistical routines for software development. New features of the NAG C Library at Mark 7 include improved links to hardware vendor BLAS to improve performance; Black-Scholes solvers and quasi-random number generators useful for financial applications and Monte Carlo simulations; and mesh generation and partial differential equation solvers for finite element and finite volume modeling in engineering and scientific applications.
CAMPAIGN MANAGER PAPYRUS
SOUTHLAKE, TX--ISIS Papyrus Software AG has introduced its Campaign Manager product for high-volume inbound and outbound customer communications. Campaign Manager integrates a number of different ISIS Papyrus middleware components that make up the Papyrus Document System, adding Papyrus Capture and Papyrus FreeForm to handle inbound customer communications. Papyrus Capture is used to extract response information from letters, faxes, e-mails, and call center data, says ISIS Papyrus Software. Once the information is extracted, the Campaign Manager system can in most cases automatically generate an appropriate response to the customer. Papyrus FreeForm can intelligently extract information from documents that do not follow a pre-established format, according to ISIS Papyrus Software.
Anthony O'Donnell has covered technology in the insurance industry since 2000, when he joined the editorial staff of Insurance & Technology. As an editor and reporter for I&T and the InformationWeek Financial Services of TechWeb he has written on all areas of information ... View Full Bio