Checks And Balances

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  • E-ttachment Opener: This program solves the common problem of not being able to read e-mail attachments. Often when a file comes over the Web, there's a decoding problem. That's where DataViz's e-ttachment Opener comes in. You can also use this program to preview or print files, as well as to decompress files. E-ttachment Opener works under Windows 95 or NT 4.0 and costs $49. Call (800) 733-0030 or visit http://www.dataviz.com
  • Microsoft Office 97 Small Business Edition: This product includes six applications--Word 97, Excel 97, Publisher 98, Outlook 97 (with a free upgrade to Outlook 98), Small Business Financial Manager 98 and Expedia Streets 98 (a mapping program). Publisher 98, Microsoft's desktop publishing application, has become even easier to use with more design sets, color schemes and wizards. Similarly, Outlook, Small Business Financial Manager and Expedia Streets 98 have all been upgraded. The product costs $450 ($220 to upgrade). Visit http://www.microsoft.com
  • S-Bridge version 3: If your business runs a small LAN with an Internet connection, you want to keep your system free from any potential viruses or unsolicited e-mail. Computer Mail Services' S-Bridge is designed to protect your LAN from junk mail and any viruses that may enter your system via file attachments.

Another bonus for small-business users: S-Bridge allows you to retrieve messages via a dial-up connection to a single Internet mailbox. This means a single e-mail address can be used by multiple users and routed by S-Bridge. Call (800) 733-0030 or visit http://www.cmsconnect.com

Cassandra Cavanah is a contributing editor of Portable Computing Direct Shopper magazine and has reported on the computer industry for nine years.

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This article was originally published in the May 1998 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Checks And Balances.

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