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maya moring
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--ANN: SourceAnyWhere 4.0 released!

Introduction

We are pleased to announce the release of SourceAnyWhere 4.0 that is integrated with Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004.

SourceAnyWhere (SAW) is a SourceSafe remote access tool, which provides reliable, fast and secure VSS remote access.

With SourceAnyWhere, Dreamweaver developers can check in, check out and edit files in remote SourceSafe database without leaving their workplace, which greatly improves the productivity and collaboration of your team.

The key features of SAW are listed below:

-100+ times faster than VSS Explore over WAN
-Securer in remote access
-Seamlessly IDE integrated

For an overview of SourceAnyWhere please refer to
http://www.dynamsoft.com/Products/SAW_Overview.aspx

Highlights of the major improvements in SAW 4.0

SourceAnyWhere 4.0 continues its features of previous versions with major innovations and enhancements.

Here are the highlights of new features in SAW 4.0:

-Macromedia DreamWeaver MX 2004 Integration
-Cross Platform
-More powerful Explore Client operations

For a more detailed list of improvements in this release, please go to
http://www.dynamsoft.com/Products/SAW_News.aspx
[ August 28, 2006: Message edited by: maya moring ]
 
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