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Short Take: Tivoli announces two new products

IBM subsidiary Tivoli Systems announced two new application management modules for Netscape Communications' SuiteSpot servers and Microsoft's Commercial Internet System (MCIS) software. The modules are optimized to integrate with Tivoli's TME 10 enterprise management software platform. Users can configure, monitor, administer, and maintain the applications from a central management console. The new modules are available now for $2,000 per physical server.

IBM subsidiary Tivoli Systems announced two new application management modules for Netscape Communications' SuiteSpot servers and Microsoft's Commercial Internet System (MCIS) software. The modules are optimized to integrate with Tivoli's TME 10 enterprise management software platform. Users can configure, monitor, administer, and maintain the applications from a central management console. The new modules are available now for $2,000 per physical server.