NYDLA.org Partnership Leverages Net Access’ Next-Generation Parsippany II Data Center
Members Get Access to Colocation, Cloud and Disaster Recovery Services
NEW YORK, NY, July 15th, 2015 – Thomas Capone, Executive Director of the NYDLA.org today announced the launch of the NYDLA partnership with Net Access, a New Jersey-based leader in colocation and data center services. Through this partnership, NYDLA members will have access to the full compliment of Net Access IT infrastructure and disaster recovery solutions, delivered from Net Access’ secure and compliant data centers.
“The NYDLA continues to find creative and cost effective ways to support our valued members,” stated Capone. “Net Access’ innovative product portfolio – including colocation, cloud and managed security and backup services – offers schools and enterprises state-of-the-art IT infrastructure without the massive capital or human resource expenditures required to build and manage in-house. NYDLA members will benefit from scalability, flexibility, freedom from system maintenance, and lower operational costs.”
“Net Access is extremely excited to start this new partnership with the NYDLA,” added Steve Callahan, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Net Access. “Our data center services offer a secure and reliable foundation for NYDLA members and will help to strengthen their ongoing commitment to meet the technology needs of schools and enterprises in the New York Tri- State area.”
“We conducted extensive research of data center providers in our area and Net Access exceeded our expectations in every area,” said Capone. “The future-proof design of their Parsippany II data center, combined with the experience and dedication of their entire staff, make them the perfect partner for us – one that’s committed to best-in-breed service and experience for the members of the NYDLA.”
Located 30 miles outside of Manhattan, Net Access’ Parsippany II data center features high-density colocation capabilities, diverse and redundant 2(N+1) power systems, innovative heat chimney cooling, three factor biometric security and a carrier-neutral network infrastructure. The facility offers a 100% uptime SLA, and provides the scalability and resiliency that NYDL members require.
“We’ve engineered our data centers to best address the fast paced growth of today’s cloud and managed services,” stated Raul Martynek, Net Access CEO. “We are committed to delivering the flexible infrastructure and service options necessary to address the short term and long term requirements of our customers and the members of the NYDLA.”
“The Infrastructure-as-a-Service market, public and private clouds, and the IoT (Internet of Things) has experienced double-digit growth in recent years,” added Capone. “Data centers like Net Access are designed to meet the demanding requirements of NYDLA members, and allows our community to quickly deploy flexible, customized configurations to support applications and services on demand. Net Access has an impressive track record of delivering high performance infrastructure solutions backed by a tenured support team. Their Parsippany II data center provides an amazing value-added membership benefit to our growing NYDLA community.”
ABOUT NYDLA.ORG: The New York Distance Learning Association aims to be the premier distance learning association in the United States and beyond. Whether it is distance learning via satellite, video conferencing, online or other means of distribution, NYDLA will provide learners the latest information about technology development, design and application at anytime and anywhere!
The NYDLA was founded on the premise of creating a powerful alliance to meet the burgeoning education and training needs of learning communities via the fusion of communication technologies with learning in broad multidisciplinary applications. www.NYDLA.org
ABOUT NET ACCESS: For enterprises and organizations who depend on the 24x7x365 availability of their vital IT infrastructure, Net Access provides a single‐source for the highest‐quality, most innovative and reliable technology services and solutions. Unlike traditional enterprise technology vendors, we are inherently curious and passionate about constantly identifying, proving and delivering better ways to help clients manage their evolving technology needs. Learn more about our company history, our people and just what makes us different… and better by visiting www.NAC.net
NYDLA.org Members Now Able to Enjoy The Benefits of ZipZap,
The World’s First iPad-Based Communication Service
Call, Conference Call, Text, Receive a Fax, and More Using Drag-and-Drop Functionality
San Clemente, Ca. (May 7, 2015 ) — Today ZipZap, the world’s first iPad based communication service, announced a partnership with NYDLA.org, a global leader in the design and implementation of distance learning technologies and remote work best practices.
The partnership affords NYDLA.org members a free 7-day trial, including unlimited talk, text, and customer support, as well as access to the full suite of ZipZap communication services. Users may port their existing telephone number, or choose a new one. Following the free trial, service may be continued for as low as $30/month.
“Offering our constituents ZipZap, the world’s first ‘one stop shop’ communication tool, will save them both time and money, while increasing productivity,” commented Thomas A. Capone, NYDLA Executive Director. “Coupling the existing functionality of an iPad with ZipZap’s suite of services enables people to transform their iPad into a robust communication center — allowing one to email, call, conference, call, text, record, view documents, and more from a single device. This is the type of technology advancement that epitomizes NYDLA’s purpose.”
This full featured, mobile communication system for iPad is available for download in the iTunes App Store, and offers anyone with an iPad all the functionality they need to communicate with complete confidence – from making a simple call, to hosting conference calls, from call transferring to texting, all using simple drag and drop functionality.
“The old, clunky office and home phones we all use haven’t changed in nearly 30 years, in spite of the remarkable developments in mobile communications,” said Kirk Waldfogel, ZipZap CEO. “ZipZap transforms your iPad into a robust, sleek and highly mobile communication system that goes everywhere you go.”
Some key features include:
ZipZap is the only iPad-based communication system – allowing anyone with an iPad to take calls wherever they need to.
Drag and drop conference-calling platform is simple and intuitive. Add or remove callers with a swipe of a finger.
No more memorizing extensions or botched call transfers. Simply drag and drop calls to anyone in your group.
Just like calls, text conversations may be transferred. Simply drag and drop the active text conversation to anyone.
Calls ring simultaneously on multiple iPads.
“Pulse” feature ensures you know which participant is speaking during a conference call.
Eliminates the need to text from a personal phone, as text messages can be sent and received from your iPad phone number.
Through ZipZap’s social integration functionality, users are able to instantly view recent Twitter and Facebook postings from known callers (LinkedIn integration coming soon).
Voicemails may be delivered via email too, making it easy to receive and play back voicemails while on the go.
ZipZap archives all voicemail, text and fax messages, and allows the use of tags to organize them.
Download ZipZap for the iPad here.
Use promo code NYDLA to receive special pricing!
Founded in 2014 and based in San Clemente, California, ZipZap is the world’s first iPad-based, gesture-driven and fully mobile communication system. ZipZap’s features include conference calling, SMS text capabilities and SMS text transfer, voicemail, voicemail by email, call recording and logging, fax receipt and viewing — and much more. Plus, it integrates with social media allowing users to view Twitter and Facebook posts from known callers. With unlimited talk, text and customer support, ZipZap is truly the next generation in communication solutions.
The New York Distance Learning Association aims to be the premier distance learning association in the United States and beyond. Whether it is distance learning via satellite, video conferencing, online or other means of distribution, NYDLA will provide learners the latest information about technology development, design and application at anytime and anywhere!
The NYDLA was founded on the premise of creating a powerful alliance to meet the burgeoning education and training needs of learning communities via the fusion of communication technologies with learning in broad multidisciplinary applications.
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Download ZipZap for the iPad here.
Use promo code NYDLA to receive special pricing!
NYDLA AND INNO-VERSITY TEAM UP TO HELP COMPANIES “LARKET” THEIR PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
NEW YORK CITY (April 22, 2015) – Inno-Versity, a global training company based in West Michigan, has decided to sponsor NYDLA. Inno-Versity produces cutting-edge digital Larketing (learning + marketing) material, like this, for organizations around the world.
“Inno-Versity is excited to begin working with NYDLA. They have fantastic outreach and are committed to providing low-cost, highly effective digital learning and marketing programs,” said Dr. Jerry Zandstra, co-founder of Inno-Versity. Both companies have a strong following and together expect to reach a larger audience. “Inno-Versity has had great success helping companies communicate their message through the use of illustrations, animations and the like, and we couldn’t be happier to join with NYDLA to build upon this success,” said Dr. Zandstra.
“Inno-Versity perfectly encapsulates the time of work we’re trying to promote at NYDLA,” said NYDLA CEO Tom Capone, “they’ve helped completely change organizations and provide an extremely powerful conduit through which organizations can send a message. NYDLA members receive special, not available to the general public pricing on all Inno-Versity services.”
New York City, NY – April 13th 2015
NYDLA.org members to receive FreshBooks Cloud Accounting Tools
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, 50% of the workforce is expected to be working “in the cloud” within the next two years.
That’s why the New York Distance Learning Association (NYDLA) is offering its membership access to FreshBooks, the #1 cloud-based accounting software designed exclusively for service-based small business owners. It helps users successfully run their businesses without having to learn accounting, and offers easy-to-use features including simple invoicing, time tracking, online payments, expense management, and reports.
“The NYDLA’s primary mission was to establish a forum dedicated to the free exchange of ideas and information between corporate, academic, and government professionals. That forum covers issues and technological changes in the field of distance or e-learning, and how they can be used to improve human performance,” said Thomas A. Capone, Executive Director of the NYDLA.org. “The cloud and the Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way the world does business.”
FreshBooks is built for for small business owners who want to focus on their work and growing their business. It allows them to spend less time invoicing, get paid faster, and enables them to work from anywhere, any time, and on any device.
“Here at FreshBooks, we empower customers to spend less time on paperwork, freeing up approximately two days per month to focus on the work they love,” said Mark Girvan, VP of Sales and Business Development. “We offer a streamlined experience that includes a simple-to-use interface, mobile tools, and numerous add-on products to allow users to personalize and expand the scope of the software to meet their business needs.”
“It’s an exciting time to be in business, and our relationship with FreshBooks offers NYDLA members access to key accounting services that will be at the heart of their business,” said Capone. “The NYDLA provides our membership with the tools they require to become successful entrepreneurs. Forming a successful, sustainable businesses is the key to our future.”
To learn more about this value-added member benefit, visit www.NYDLA.org “Sponsors” page.
FreshBooks is the #1 cloud-based accounting software designed exclusively for service-based small business owners. The company has helped more than 10 million users process billions of dollars through its easy-to-use invoicing, expense management, time-tracking, and online payments features. Recognized in 2014 with six Stevie awards for best customer service in the world, the company’s mantra is to “execute extraordinary experiences everyday.” Based in Toronto, Canada, FreshBooks services paying customers in 120 countries. FreshBooks.com.
New York City, NY – April 7th 2015
New York Distance Learning Association (NYDLA) Selects BirdEye as National Partner for Reputation Marketing
NYDLA offers BirdEye’s reputation marketing platform to leading universities and K-12 across the U.S.
The New York Distance Learning Association (NYDLA), a leading association for distance learning organizations, today announced its partnership with reputation marketing leader BirdEye to offer state-of-the-art reputation marketing for its members — universities and K-12 across the US. The partnership brings together emerging leaders dominated by technological innovation and customer focus.
Prior to the advent of online education, selecting education providers was predominantly influenced by geographic proximity. Physical distance prescribed, and limited, student options. Now, with the general availability of online and distance learning, competition to enroll students is heating up beyond local, regional, and even national boundaries. What distinguishes one learning organization from another is no longer proximity, but strength of curriculum and faculty. And how are those strengths validated? Today, by modern day word-of-mouth — online reviews.
“Online reviews and ratings have revolutionized the way businesses acquire new customers — and the trillion dollar education market is no exception,” said Thomas A. Capone, Executive Director of the NYDLA. “We are excited to partner with BirdEye to offer our members state-of-the-art tools to gather and manage student reviews and market their positive reputation. With BirdEye, our members have access to advanced enterprise and competitor analytics to glean insight from student feedback across the Internet.
“The NYDLA.org are great partners for us as we expand in the education market,” said Naveen Gupta, CEO of BirdEye. “Millions of members rely on NYDLA.org to identify innovation trends and recommend best tools, and we’re thrilled that they have selected BirdEye as their reputation marketing partner. As for universities and K-12 institutions, by incorporating student feedback into their programs, they can separate from the pack to acquire new customers and loyal advocates.”
Membership in the NYLDA grants individual learners and education organizations access to a wide variety of products and services from the Distance Learning realm. Members get invited to not-available-to-the-general-public events and receive discounts on most widely used products and services. The NYDLA is also provides free state-of-the-art tools to facilitate distance learning needs. For more information, contact email@example.com.
About New York Distance Learning Association (NYDLA)
NYDLA (www.NYDLA.org) was founded to create a powerful alliance to meet the burgeoning education and training needs of learning communities via the fusion of communication technologies with learning in broad multidisciplinary applications. NYDLA aims to be the premier distance learning association in the United States and beyond. Whether it is distance learning via satellite, video conferencing, online or other means of distribution, NYDLA provides learners with the latest information about technology development, design and application at anytime and anywhere.
BirdEye (www.birdeye.com) is a leader in Business Reputation Marketing. The BirdEye platform allows businesses to amplify their online reputation to get more word-of-mouth referrals, leads, and repeat customers. Businesses monitor reviews from all major sites, gain new reviews, manage customer feedback, and automatically promote their good reputation across the web, social media and search engines. Enterprises use BirdEye analytics and competitive insights gleaned from customer feedback to fine-tune products, services and operations. The BirdEye platform powers 500K businesses and 10M+ reviews. Based in Sunnyvale, CA, BirdEye was founded by alumni from Yahoo, Google, Amazon and Cisco.
For more information, contact Thomas A. Capone
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New York City – March 20th 2015
The New York Distance Learning Association (www.NYDLA.org) has announced today its strategic partnership with Mailify (www.Mailify.com).
Schools, colleges and universities have a plethora of email marketing tools to choose from. So, it’s a bold move for France-based Mailify to join the fray. The company, which has 25,000 users in Europe, has launched its cloud-based responsive email marketing software in the United States and opened their doors in New York City. The tool, designed for creating marketing campaigns and newsletters, includes hundreds of templates that adapt to a recipient’s device, providing the optimal view of an email whether the recipient views it on a desktop, smartphone, or tablet.
“The truth is, today’s K-12 college and university students live in a multi-screen, on-the-move world,” says Eric Krattenstein, Mailify’s CMO. “Responsive email design is about more than just looking good on any screen; it is about being accessible to your contacts whenever, wherever – delivering an experience that exceeds their expectations.”
The Mailify software also features functionalities such as geolocation targeting, A/B testing, and drag-and-drop email design capabilities, as well as email domain address autocorrect and multi-language support. For those who want to try before they buy, the company offers a freemium product. Pay by the drink and annual prepay plans are also available.
“As desktop email open rates decline each year, they’re met with equal or greater rises in mobile open rates,” Krattenstein says, “proving that anyone that fails to optimize for these mobile readers is simply leaving business on the table.”
“More and more, emails are read by millennials via smartphone or mobile device. Millennials are turning to entrepreneurialism at ever higher rates. Graduating students today are becoming self-employed, and they are relying on technology to launch and run their startup businesses” said Thomas A. Capone, Executive Director of the NYDLA. “Technologies like Malify are examples of the must-have, mission critical tools that 84 million millennials will use on a daily basis.”
Members of the www.NYDLA.org enjoy special, not available to the general public pricing and quality of service guarantees on thousands of telecom and technology products and services. To learn more about our membership benefits please email info@NYDLA.org
March 16th, 2015
NYDLA.org Members Benefit from the Citrix Suite of Distance Learning and Remote Work Services
New York City (March 16th, 2015) — NYDLA.org a global leader in the design and implementation of distance learning technologies and remote work best practices, has accepted Citrix (Citrix Systems, Inc. NASDAQ: CTXS) as a vendor sponsor of the NYDLA..
“We are proud to welcome Citrix to the NYDLA family of vendor sponsors,” said Thomas A. Capone, NYDLA Executive Director. “Our mission propels our work and it’s rewarding to have industry leading suppliers and vendors like Citrix partner with the NYDLA. Our mutual successes also indicates how NYDLA will continue to have a presence in delivering best of breed distance learning and remote work technology based solutions on a global basis.”
All members of the NYDLA shall be given pre-negotiated “not availble to the general public” pricing and NYDLA member only access to the entire suite of services found on www.Citrix.com This includes but not limited to:
All members of NYDLA will receive 30 day free access to the Citrix portfolio of technology based learning systems and remote work tools. If they wish to purchase any or all of these Citrix tools and services, it will be under the NYDLA member only pricing.
“The fact that NYDLA members can now gain access to such valuable Citrix tools at significant savings will drive home the value of our membership, from K-12, Higher Ed, Public Sector, Private Sector, even homeschoolers” said Capone. “Not only will our membership save significant money on an ongoing basis, but they will receive special training and personalized consulting from certified Citrix subject matter experts. Citrix has also agreed to be a sponsor at the 2015 NYDLA National Convention in New York City”
Citrix Systems, Inc. is an American multinational software company founded in 1989 that provides server, application and desktop virtualization, networking, software-as-a-service, and cloud computing technologies, including Xen open-source products. Citrix is an industry leader in remote work, telework, and distance learning technologies. www.Citrix.com Watch 25 years of Citrix.
NYDLA.org Partners with Shopify to Empower Startups and Seasoned Entrepreneurs
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, 50% of the workforce is expected to be self-employed in the next five to ten years.
That’s why the New York Distance Learning Association is partnering with Shopify, the leading commerce platform that allows anyone to easily sell online, at their retail location and everywhere in between, to bring business expertise and educational resources to current and future entrepreneurs.
NYDLA members will receive exclusive pricing on Shopify plans to help them launch their online store. Subscribing to Shopify’s service will also give you access to free educational tutorials and online guides geared toward growing your business.
“The NYDLA’s primary mission was to establish a forum dedicated to the free exchange of ideas and information between corporate, academic, and government professionals. That forum covers issues and technological changes in the field of distance or e-learning, and how they can be used to improve human performance,” said Thomas A. Capone, Executive Director of the NYDLA.org. “ecommerce and the IoT (Internet of Things) is changing the way that we do business on a global basis.”
Over the coming years, purchasing trends will change at a fundamental level. Customers will expect options for where and how to buy: in-store or online; delivered or for pick-up.
Shopify has evolved from an ecommerce software provider to a commerce company that allows merchants to sell everywhere a customer wants to shop, whether it’s online, in store with Shopify POS, or on their smartphone with Shopify Mobile. Today, Shopify supports over 150,000 active stores, and has processed over $7B in sales from its network of entrepreneurs.
“Nearly a decade ago, we started an online store to sell snowboard equipment,” said Dan Eveleigh, Partner Program Lead at Shopify. “We could have listed our products on a number of marketplaces, but we wanted to create own our brand and build relationships with our customers. At the time, a tool like Shopify didn’t exist, so we built it for ourselves. We soon realized that the software was something many other entrepreneurs were looking for.”
Shopify has evolved from a team of five working out of a local coffee shop, to a team of over 600 working in four offices across Canada. “We’re really proud of our success and growth and we’ve worked hard to nurture our company values and culture,” said Eveleigh.
“It’s an exciting time to be in business, and our strategic partnership with Shopify allows NYDLA members to service clients of any size, from a small startup to large companies like Tesla, Budweiser, GE and the LA Lakers,” said Capone.
“Making commerce better is Shopify’s mission. Today, merchants use our platform to manage every aspect of their business — from products, to orders and to customers and for selling online, in retail stores, and on the go,” said Eveleigh.
“It is all about the experience,” Capone said. “The NYDLA provides our membership with hands-on experience to become a successful entrepreneur. Forming a successful, sustainable businesses is the key to our future.”
Shopify is a commerce platform that allows anyone to easily sell online, at their retail location, and everywhere in between. Shopify offers a professional online storefront, a payment solution to accept credit cards, a point of sale system to power retail sales and a card reader to process credit card transactions through a mobile phone. Shopify currently powers over 150,000 retailers in 150 different countries, including: Tesla Motors, Eminem, Google, Wikipedia, LA Lakers, Sundance Film Festival and many more.
New York City – March 5th 2015
The New York Distance Learning Association (www.NYDLA.org) has announced today the completion of its asset purchase of the Northeast Distance Learning Association (www.NEDLA.org) .
The Northeastern United States, or simply the Northeast, is the geographical region of the United States bounded to the north by Canada, to the east by the Atlantic Ocean, to the south by the Southern United States, and to the west by the Midwestern United States. The Northeastern region is the nation’s most economically developed, densely populated, and culturally diverse. Of the nation’s four census regions, the Northeast is the second most urban, with 85 percent of its population residing within urban areas, led by the West with 90 percent.
“Since taking over as Executive Director in 2011, we consciously maintained a deep strategic alliance and offered reciprocal partnerships with the NEDLA.” said Thomas A. Capone, Executive Director of the NYDLA. “Via this merger, the www.NYDLA.org now services the entire Northeastern United States for all things Distance Learning, Technology Based Learning, Collaboration and Remote Work Technologies.”
As of the July, 2014 U.S. Census Bureau estimate, the population of the region totaled 55,943,073. With an average of 345.5 people per square mile, the Northeast is 2.5 times as densely populated as the second-most dense region, the South.
“The Northeast megalopolis accounts for 20% of the U.S. Gross Domestic Product. It is home to the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ, the White House and United States Capitol, the UN Headquarters, and the headquarters of ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, Comcast, the New York Times Company, USA Today, and The Washington Post. Many major financial companies such as J.P. Morgan Chase, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Fannie Mae, and Fidelity are located within the region, as are 162 of the Fortune 500. Academically, the Northeast is home to the eight Ivy League universities” said Capone. “Until today, the NYDLA serviced the 18+ million people of the NY/NJ/CT tri-state area. With the merger now completed, the NYDLA now services over 55 million people.”
All existing members of the www.NEDLA.org shall be serviced under the new consolidated membership. Since the www.NYDLA.org brand has maintained such a strong presence in the region for the past many years, all matters moving forward shall be consolidated under the www.NYDLA.org brand.
eBooks in Motion – The Global Platform for Digital Publishers – goes live!
A global production platform for publishers and authors announces pre-commercial launch and partnership with the United States Distance Learning Association.
January 8th, 2015. eBooks in Motion releases its online platform to produce multilingual, multimedia-enhanced e-Publications across multiple devices.
“Distance Learning demands the availability of educational content for mobile devices, which allow the presentation of rich-media such as video, audio and animation. Furthermore, the industry needs an interactive solution for time sensitive test materials,” says Thomas Capone, Executive Director at NYDLA.
According to Michael J. Fisher, Founder and CEO of eBooks in Motion, Inc., “We are proud to support the global educational community via our patent pending technology. Our customers benefit from the value of automating production, where all preparation is conducted within the text file. Publishers can produce more e-publications in less time and improve profit margins.”
The Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) based technology creates flawless e-publications within minutes, which can be read on the most popular devices, such as Apple, Amazon or Barnes & Noble devices. And in contrast to standard conversion practices, eBooks in Motion provides an entirely new way to present media layered above the body of text.
For more information about eBooks in Motion services, click here.
About eBooks in Motion:
eBooks in Motion is a U.S. based company with a development center in the EU. The company was established to empower publishers and authors alike on a global scale. The SaaS based technology goes far beyond standard conversion tools. eBooks in Motion produces flawless ePub compliant e-books and multimedia-enhanced e-publications across various reading devices. Services and applied business practices increase production output and significant growth in profit margins – without additional staffing.
Michael J. Fisher is a serial entrepreneur, who built companies and divisions such as: Oracle Spatial, GlobeXplorer.com and Gate5 AG.
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NYDLA.org Members benefit from the BIOMIDS suite of Remote Test Proctoring and other biometrics based Instant-In ™ products. They are all used for secure identification and easy access to devices, websites, and enterprise systems. “Never use a password again!”
NYDLA accepts BIOMIDS as its newest Vendor Sponsor
NEW YORK CITY (November 20, 2014) – NYDLA.org, a regional leader in the design and implementation of distance learning technologies and remote work best practices, has accepted BIOMIDS ( BIOMIDS, Inc.) as a vendor sponsor of the NYDLA.
“We are proud to welcome BIOMIDS to the NYDLA family of vendor sponsors,” said Robert Capone, NYDLA Executive Director. “Our mission propels our work and it is rewarding to have innovative, entrepreneurial companies like BIOMIDS, which is devoted to bringing low-cost, highly effective means of enhancement to the quality of online learning, into partnership with the NYDLA. This development again confirms our ability to recognize emerging companies with strong potential to join the best of breed in the delivery of learning and remote work technology based solutions on a global basis.”
All members of the NYDLA shall be given pre-negotiated “not available to the general public” pricing and member only access to the entire suite of products found on Biomids. These include, but are not limited to,
The Instant-in Remote Proctoring System (IIP)
The Instant-In Access Manager, Enterprise
The Instant-In Access Manager, Desktop
The Instant-In Software Developer Kits