SecureZone 5 for Apple’s Xserve and Mac OS X Server 10.2 is now available from
Grey Zone Inc., a company that provides extranet application software. Announced at this week’s Seybold San Francisco conference and expo, SecureZone 5 offers Xserve users the essential features required of extranets, such as access control, content management, personalization, and presentation.
The Xserve is Apple’s rackmount server. Grey Zone’s software is designed to be an end-to-end solution that provides a “great foundation for extranets as well as corporate intranets and public web sites,” said Ken Toren, CEO of Grey Zone. He added that SecureZone 5 provides: Personalized support extranets to customers, partners, and project teams; The ability to deploy new extranets in minutes; Differentiated content distribution with team-oriented audience groups; The capability to publish multiple extranet, intranet and Internet sites with one technology; Management of collaboration with securely distributed and shared documents; Distribution of rights to create and manage content by business users; Explicit modification rights to individual content items with unique Reverse Data Driven Access Control (RDDAC).
A demo version is available for download at the Grey Zone Web site.