On the edge: In brief
Tools streamline compliance
- By Doug Beizer
- Apr 06, 2006
Scalable Software LLC, a maker of IT compliance and asset management solutions, upgraded its Command Center Federal IT compliance management solution with workflow and reporting customization enhancements.
The new version conforms to the plan of action and milestones management report format and advanced resource tracking. The updates offer additional flexibility by letting organizations more closely tailor Command Center workflows to their internal processes. In addition, workflow processing has been enhanced to accommodate additional job roles in workflows.
It also provides configuration options for plan of action and milestones reports, which gives agencies greater control over report scope and formatting.Video management made easy
Canto Software Inc. has released Cumulus Video Suite 1.0.1 software to manage and distribute video assets.
The suite is an option for the Cumulus Enterprise product line.
Using shot boundary detection technology, Video Suite can create records for each shot in the video, which can be annotated with additional metadata. Cumulus Video Suite supports streaming for viewing video files over the Internet, catering to organizations that need secure distribution of videos.
Version 1.0.1 offers Windows Media Video support and has added to its support for Mac OS X features such as automatic shot detection based on cuts and effects, which previously were available only in Windows.Coach goes live online
Coach2100 Inc.'s new Coach2100 Command & Control is an online mobile communications environment that enables collaboration among diverse emergency responders such as fire, police, medical, public works, military personnel, government and civilian agencies.
The Coach2100 Command & Control leverages the Internet for an easily accessible, always on, secure environment for coordinating emergency response efforts on any geographical scale and at any government level.
Via Web browsers, users ranging from top-level administrators to emergency personnel in the field can securely access the system.
Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Washington Technology.