TCP/IP applications provider Intercon Systems is hoping to take on competitors like FTP, Netmanage and Attachmate with a TCP/IP product that integrates a range of applications into a single communications environment.
Intercon?s tcpconnect4 product is a set of TCP/IP applications including e-mail, browsers, terminal emulation and file transfer, integrated behind a single interface. The company claims that, unlike most of today?s TCP/IP packages, which are loosely related applications tied together via non-integrated menus, the applications in tcpconnect4 are highly integrated, share the same interfaces across all common desktop platforms, and are accessible from the same services menu in every application.
The product is also available in different editions so that organisations can tailor functionality to users' needs. The editions include tcpconnect4 Enterprise, which offers full functionality (terminal emulation, NFS client/server, bi-directional printing, FTP client/server, Gopher client, Web browser, email, Usenet news and Unix facilities) and is #325 per user.
Also available is tcpconnect4 Office, which includes the complete suite of applications without NFS and bi-directional printing at #195 per user; tcpconnect4 Net, which basically offers an alternative to Eudora and other proprietry email packages at #165 per user; and finally, tcpconnect4 NFS, which just offers file sharing between Windows, Macintosh and Unix platforms for #75 per user.
The products are available in the UK via Intercon distributer RedNet.
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