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Information Security, Biometrics, and Mobile Computing Top the List of Small Business Offerings at FOSE 2007, March 20-22 in Washington, DC

Information Security, Biometrics, and Mobile Computing Top the List of Small Business Offerings at FOSE 2007, March 20-22 in Was

WASHINGTON, March 6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Small businesses play a dominant role in the government IT market, garnering 23% of the government $75 Billion in information technology contracting dollars. Nearly one-quarter of the exhibitors at FOSE 2007 -- over 125 companies -- will represent small businesses showcasing innovative products at FOSE 2007. Over 15,000 federal high tech buyers will attend FOSE 2007 and its Small Business Pavilion, sponsored by The American Small Business Coalition. FOSE 2007 will convene on Tuesday - Thursday, March 20-22 at the Washington DC Convention Center. Registration is free for military, government, government contractors and educators at http://www.fose.com/ or by calling 1-800-791-FOSE.

"The exhibitors in the Small Business Pavilion are offering products and solutions that government buyers are seeking. Homeland security, the war on terrorism, and disaster recovery are just a few of the critical areas that FOSE's small business exhibitors are addressing with their innovation," said Bill Howell, vice president and General Manager of FOSE. "The Small Business Pavilion provides a forum for government buyers to uncover the latest technologies developed to address the nation's most important needs and determine how best to spend the portion of their budget earmarked for small businesses."

Here are a few of the leading small businesses that will be demonstrating new technologies at FOSE 2007:

-- AccessData Corp. of Lindon, Utah will showcase its forensic analysis technology to include: Forensic Toolkit, Password Recovery Toolkit, Distributed Network Attack, Registry Viewer, Portable Office Rainbow Tables, and other decryption tools. AccessData technology provides today's investigator with a cutting edge way to gather, analyze and present electronic data in the prevention and prosecution of high technology crime. -- ACRONIS Software of Burlington, Massachusetts will highlight Acronis Full Circle, a software application that allows IT organizations to move an entire server's data seamlessly to and from physical and virtual servers. With the explosion in virtual servers and mobile employees, Acronis Full Circle offers IT managers and systems integrators a server migration application that will not jeopardize a company's data. -- Capital Card Systems, Inc. of Rockville, Maryland will showcase its First Responder Identification System that incorporates DataCard Photo ID Software, Printers and Capture Devices and Salamander Accountability Solutions. Their FIPS-201 and HSPD-12 compliant secure identification solutions include customized digital photo ID systems, visitor tracking, mobile emergency tracking solutions, and smart card / biometric applications ideally suited for government, corporate and most other vertical markets. -- Digitaltide Solutions Inc. of Malvern, Pennsylvania will showcase their CM-Suite 2.0 document security solution. CM-Suite addresses the "InsiderThreat," which is the loss of information through trusted access, a primary cause for the compromise of sensitive or classified information. CM-Suite's document classification, tracking, and control features enable the System Security Administrator to identify potential "Insider" activity. -- eDR Solutions of Greenville, South Carolina will feature its HDC-V (Hard Disk Crusher). The HDC is a simple, safe, and secure way to destroy computer hard drives that overcomes the challenges of degaussing and overwriting. The HDC is durable and transportable and can crush a disk in 10 seconds. It is ideal for embassies or military installations that run the risk of a hostile takeover, as well as commercial organizations that need to protect sensitive data. -- GigaBiter of Norristown, Pennsylvania will present their computer and electronic destruction and recycling services that assure total security for the information that resides within IT appliances. GigaBiter's destruction solution addresses privacy and security risks, and aids in due diligence under the law for security and environmental compliance. GigaBiter completely destroys all computer and electronic products, and transforms them into 100% recyclable materials using new patented technology. -- IT Solution Acquisition & Management, Inc. (ITSAMI) and WOW Technology, Inc. will showcase the Wow-Pen Eco, Wow-Pen Traveler, Wow-Pen Memo, and Wow-Pen Digi, a line of computer mice distinguished by their signature vertical design and advanced product features, including a convenient built-in laser pointer. Because of their upright positioning, the Eco and Traveler virtually eliminate hand fatigue and reduce the compression and stress on a key nerve in the arm when it is squeezed at the wrist, a condition called carpal tunnel syndrome. Additionally, ITSAMI will showcase imaging technology solutions including real-time emergency call systems and speed and image detection systems. -- New Atlanta Communications, LLC of Alpharetta, GA will present BlueDragon, a ColdFusion Markup Language (CFML) application server family that deploy scalable, high performance CFML applications natively on any .NET or J2EE based server. BlueDragon helps organizations ensure that substantial investments in CFML code and skill sets will not become marginalized or devalued due to corporate adoption and standardization on the .NET and J2EE technology platforms. -- Pyramid Technologies of Meriden, Connecticut will showcase TimeTrax Bio, a biometric system that utilizes fingerprint reading technology. Employees clocking in for co-workers can severely impact the bottom line for companies; lost minutes result in lost dollars. TimeTrax Bio instantly identifies employees for indisputable time and attendance records. -- Unotron, Inc. of Dallas, Texas will present washable and debris-proof computer mice, keyboards and smart card readers with IP66 and NEMA4X certifications. Used in hospitals, disaster areas, dental clinics, guard and watch stations, off-shore facilities, school settings, and on PCs shared by multiple users, the products can be sprayed repeatedly with disinfectants, submersed in cleaning solutions and rinsed under running water, as well as withstand ice formations, coffee and soda spills, water jets, windblown sand and debris. Unotron keyboards have the layout of a regular keyboard, making them easier to type on than sealed keyboards that are one-piece rubber. -- Vecna Technologies of College Park, Maryland will showcase its GoalMind Enterprise Resource Management Suite. GoalMind is a suite of business power tools that automate an organization's workflow to save money and time. Organizations traditionally spend many staff hours and dollars using disparate applications to manage their business and consolidate information from many sources into a unified view to assist management in making decisions. GoalMind integrates the data sources to allow the focus on running the business.

International businesses also competing for government contracts include the following:

-- Armoured Technology Ltd of the United Kingdom will be demonstrating an encrypted 4GB portable memory stick with a patented destruct mechanism that comes in a commercial USB or military adapter designed for safe storage of sensitive data in field use. The RP300I Rugged PDA is water resistant to 1m fully submergible for up to 30mins, fully ingress protected to level 67, and features GPS and GPS options with PCMCIA port to handle 3G network cards or secure wireless cards. Both products are designed for the most demanding of environments.. -- Neuxpower Solutions of London, United Kingdom will showcase NXPowerLite 3.0. NXPowerLite optimizes Microsoft Office files by intelligently compressing the graphics and embedded objects contained within them. It can radically reduce the size of PowerPoint presentations, Excel spreadsheets and Word documents. NXPowerlite eliminates zipping and unzipping and can be opened by anybody with a copy of MS Office, making them easier to use, store and share with no discernible loss of quality. -- Idokorro Mobile of Ottawa, Canada will introduce its Citrix Presentation Server Client for BlackBerry, which is the first and only application available that allows BlackBerry users to access any application deployed on the Citrix Presentation Server platform. Idokorro's solution delivers a secure and reliable way for mobile employees to access important corporate resources from almost anywhere, increasing their efficiency and productivity. About The American Small Business Coalition

The American Small Business Coalition (http://www.theasbc.org/) is a private membership organization providing education and business support to companies doing business with federal agencies and federal contractors. The membership consists of small, medium and large businesses from multiple industries, as well as like-minded associations that support the small business community. The ASBC also supports government agencies with market research activities and industry outreach designed to facilitate an ongoing exchange of information. More information can be found on their website at http://www.theasbc.org/.

About 1105 Government Information Group

1105 Government Information Group is the leading publisher of news, analysis and insight for the government information technology market. Our comprehensive portfolio of print, online, event, custom media and research products serves the information needs of members of the entire government IT buying team-agency executives, program managers, IT managers and systems integrators-across all segments of federal, state and local government. Leading brands across our integrated media platforms include Federal Computer Week, GCN, Washington Technology, FCW Events and FOSE.

1105 Government Information Group is owned and operated by 1105 Media, the leading provider of integrated information and media in targeted business-to- business markets, including specialized sectors of the information technology community; industrial health, safety and compliance; security; environmental protection; and home healthcare. 1105's offerings span print and online magazines, journals and newsletters; seminars, conferences and trade shows; training courseware; and Web-based services. 1105 Media is based in Chatsworth, CA, with offices throughout the United States. http://www.1105media.com/

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