It's in the Voice

VoiceLogger Inc. announced digivoiceXE, a voice communications recording and monitoring system designed to let government agencies securely record and transmit information. The software suite includes active.Console, which displays a virtual panel showing real-time channel activity; active.Agent, which integrates a telephone and computer; active.Monitor, which enables supervisors or authorized users to monitor calls in progress; and active.Web, which allows users to locate specific data by selecting combinations of search criteria such as date, time, caller name and/or phone number, to name a few. Prices start at $60,000.

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Dynamic Mapping

CORDA Technologies Inc. announced OptiMap 5.0, a charting solution that allows users to create dynamic Web-based maps that integrate and display data from multiple databases. OptiMap charts are Section 508 compliant, providing full descriptive text of maps to the visually impaired through an audible screen reader. The resulting maps change dynamically as data underneath them evolves. OptiMap displays can be printed and shared through PDF and EPS output.

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Patched Up

Shavlik Technologies announced HFNetChkPro 4.0, an automated, real-time patch management solution that helps eliminate security vulnerabilities associated with unpatched computers. The latest version allows system administrators to customize "Scan What" and "Scan How" templates by mixing and matching options. Shavlik also enhanced its multiple language download center. Administrators can customize patch criticality and receive third-party threat assessment and comments about patches from security industry leaders. Pricing starts at $23.75 per server or workstation for 100 managed CPUs.

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Hands-On

IES Interactive Training announced the Range 3000 XP4, a scenario-based simulator that is portable, economical and easily customizable, according to the company. The Range 3000 XP4 is designed to provide realistic scenarios encountered by law enforcement agents. With the Range 3000 XP4, each scenario can branch infinitely depending on trainee reactions. The system can be used in almost any room or indoor range ? no special environment is required. The system starts at $35,000.

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