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Posted by James Robshaw (Import) on 27 June 2006 11:42 AM

Providing a range of solutions to protect home users, small and medium businesses, the enterprise level and handheld / mobile devices.

With the quickest reaction times, you can see how this rapid protection saves money, saves time, save businessess.

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Viruses, worms, hackers, spyware, spam email and other attacks on your computer systems waste time and distract your staff from their core tasks.

Speed matters. If a virus definition update is delivered to you only three hours faster, it can improve your protection significantly. While receiving an update just 60 seconds too late can mean your whole antivirus system is completely disabled.

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Ecommerce Shopping Cart
Posted by James Robshaw (Import) on 27 June 2006 09:24 AM

X-Cart: ecommerce shopping cart software.X-Cart is a turnkey package. Installation is handled by web-based step-by-step wizard to make the system running immediately after receiving it. 

X-Cart is search engine friendly. It has integrated HTML catalog functionality to gain benefits of dynamic content and static HTML preferred by search engines.

Flexible Design:

  • Multi-vendor operation mode
  • Hundreds of X-Cart Gold features plus Pro functionality
  • WYSIWYG tools (webmaster mode)
  • Web-based administration 
  • Accept payments online
  • Real time shipping cost estimation
  • Control inventory, manage orders & reports

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The SSL Padlock is Undergoing a Revolution...
Posted by James Robshaw (Import) on 11 May 2006 08:05 AM

Recently the media has started to report on the new class of SSL Certificates - High Assurance SSL. These certificates will be issued under a strict validation framework, the specification of which is being finalised by a broad group including the browser developers (Microsoft, Mozilla and Opera) and major Certification Authorities.

Code named High Assurance, this new tier of SSL Certificates will help users readily identify through their browser interface which organisations have undergone the stringent vetting processes required to obtain a High Assurance certificate.

Microsoft is the first browser developer to allow users to see how its new version of IE (the upcoming IE 7) will handle High Assurance Certificates. In the official IE Blog, Microsoft shows how the new browser address bar will turn green with a High Assurance SSL certificate, and how the name of the organisation is clearly displayed next to the padlock (now moved next to the address bar).

All other SSL Certificates will be classified as Standard and the padlock will be shown next to the address bar as usual. Both High Assurance and Standard SSL Certificates will still give the same 256 bit enabled cryptographic strength.

This development will help users easily identify a site that has been rigorously vetted making it easier to differentiate a legitimate web site from a potential phishing site.

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Support Desk implementation
Posted by James Robshaw (Import) on 05 May 2006 10:04 AM

In a continuing effort to remain on top of our game, ProExe has implemented a new support  desk system. The new system will eventually provide more helpful answers to future tickets. The new system has an Instant Response System (IRS)  tied into the section where a user would enter a ticket. This means that as you are typing your ticket, our system is searching the knowledgebase for possible answers to the problem you are having.

As more tickets are entered into the system, more possible solutions can be found as the system will also store some of those previous tickets as well.

We will be integrating the live help software with the support desk to also provide an even more centralised support system.

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Launch of Support Desk
Posted by James Robshaw (Import) on 27 April 2006 08:53 PM

After the initial planning the implimention of this new asset is now well under way.

Over the next few days, further enhancements will be carried out.

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