Hayward, Calif.-based mobile e-business security company Certicom last month announced that Borland Software Corporation has integrated Certicom’s SSL Plus technology into Borland Security Service solution. The SSL Plus toolkit is used to build security into a variety of applications and products for the Internet, intranets and corporate networks.

The companies said the integration helps to protect e-business content delivered over the Internet and existing private networks by providing security for Fortune 1000 customers. Borland Security Services works with the Borland AppServer and VisiBroker products that enable the development and deployment of distributed enterprise applications. For more information, visit Certicom at Borland is on the Web at

Last month WRQ Inc. released three new products and services for its Reflection terminal emulation and PC/Unix integration products. Available now, the products and services include WRQ Reflection Security Components, which ensure data security and integrity over the Internet and intranets and reduce the number of sign-ons as well as enable the use of smart cards for access to host systems. The Seattle-based company said WRQ Reflection for the Web 4.5 provides basic and advanced functionality for users used to a Windows-based emulator and also suits the needs of remote employees needing secure host access from outside the corporate network. WRQ Reflection Webfront Service enables organizations to convert “green screens” into a tailored graphical interface for a single host application. For more information, visit WRQ at

Storage virtualization developer Vicom Systems Inc. recently announced its flagship product, Vicom Storage Virtualization Engine (SVE) 2.5. The company said SVE 2.5 enables centralized administration of multi-platform, multi-vendor and multi-protocol networked storage. Diverse physical storage devices can be combined into a pool of storage to allow multiple servers to share the capacity more efficiently with SVE, Vicom said. Facilitating the management of complex storage infrastructures by a limited number of IT staff is done through data mirroring, security, back-up and recovery across dissimilar hardware from one interface. The SVE 2.5 is available now and pricing ranges from US$8,000 to US$12,000 depending on configuration. For details visit

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