SOURCE: Condrey Corporation

March 17, 2008 12:00 ET

Condrey Corporation Announces DocXchanger Availability

Delivers Remote Access to Network-Stored Files, Eliminates Email Attachments

SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwire - March 17, 2008) - Condrey Corporation announced today at Novell BrainShare the immediate availability of DocXchanger 1.0, a product that allows users to easily discover and securely access their network files and folders from any location, enabling interactive document sharing capabilities that eliminate email attachments.

"First, we're excited to introduce a storage access product that is 'evolutionary' in terms of the way people interactively work," remarked Condrey Corporation CEO David Condrey. "Second, we're thrilled to deliver a solution for many of the problems inherent to both using and managing email in that, rather than users sending email attachments, DocXchanger lets them securely share network files and folders with colleagues both inside and outside of an organization, as easily as clicking a mouse," added Condrey.

Network-stored files and folders are shared through secure "sharing links" that are embedded in an email notification and provide direct access to the network-stored content.

Remote Access of Network Content

A major focus of product development was providing the means for DocXchanger users to first be able to access network-stored files and folders from anywhere, before making them available for sharing. Michael Richichi, Director of Computing and Network Services at Drew University, is grateful that Condrey Corporation had the foresight to develop this technology.

"We have worked with the DocXchanger Client for some time now, and we're convinced that its remote access capabilities will meet our growing off-campus access needs," stated Richichi. After working extensively with DocXchanger beta software, Richichi has become a big advocate for deploying it internally. He added, "DocXchanger could not only eliminate wasted space on our email servers, but also help document version control issues."

System Requirements

DocXchanger 1.0 utilizes Novell eDirectory and can be hosted on a Novell NetWare 6.5 server or Novell Open Enterprise Server version 1 or 2. Future plans include native support for Windows and Linux networks.

Pricing

DocXchanger 1.0 is priced on a user license basis with a price discount for education customers. For additional pricing information, visit www.condreycorp.com/Source/Products/DocXchanger/Overview.html

About Condrey Corporation

Condrey Corporation develops software that solves user storage and access problems inherent in computer networks. Instead of requiring costly network add-ons, Condrey Corporation's identity-based products leverage the network's already existing directory to automate user storage management tasks and expand network access capabilities.

DocXchanger is a trademark of Condrey Corp. in the United States and/or other countries. The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

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