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Shym Announces PKEnable 3

Shym Technology Inc. announced the availability of PKEnable version 3.0, the latest release of the company’s flagship product.

The new version of PKEnable features directory neutrality, which uses standard LDAP protocols and adheres to open standards for schema definitions, allowing it to interoperate with other LDAP directories. Streamlined management capabilities, Windows 2000 compatibility, and MailShym for Lotus Notes with Lotus Notes R5 capbility round out the new features.

PKEnable lets organizations snap in digital certificates to their Web, e-mail, and enterprise applications, accelerating the adoption of e-signature based transactions.

Contact Shym Technology, (781) 455-1100, www.shym.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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