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Sypherlink, G.A. Sullivan to join forces on platform

Atlanta-based Sypherlink Inc., a provider of privacy software solutions, has teamed up with G.A. Sullivan, a global e-business solutions provider, to design and deploy the first collaborative platform for the health care industry. The platform will be used to move and manage health information and will allow health care participants achieve compliance with HIPAA’s Standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information.

Sypherlink and G.A. Sullivan’s platform will minimize costs, complexity, and maintenance for those customers who need to comply with the privacy regulations by the April 14, 2003 deadline. HIPAA’s privacy rule establishes national standards to protect individuals’ medical records and other personal health information, and compliance is the most costly implementation of all HIPAA regulations–estimated at more than $30 billion for the industry. Compliance necessitates a change in behavioral and procedural changes, new business processes and technology infrastructure, and secure communications with up to tens of thousands of business partners.

Sypherlink will provide a broad range of subscription-based outsourced services to payors, providers, and government organizations. G.A. Sullivan will assist customers in defining and executing compliance strategies and building solutions for compliance. -CU Staff

American Megatrends releases new version of AMIDiag

Atlanta-based American Megatrends, a developer of computing and storage software, has released version 2 of AMIDiag for Windows diagnostic software.

New features of the release include Windows XP compatibility, Common Diagnostics Model compliance, increased Windows Management Instrumentation integration, a detailed activity log, and an improved console to utilize Windows scheduler for scheduling diagnostics and scripting execution via Microsoft Script Hosting. -CU Staff

InsiderAdvantage buys Suppliers Directory

Atlanta-based, an Internet-based provider of government-related information and consulting services, has acquired The Suppliers Directory, a Boise, Idaho-based publisher of a directory listing government suppliers in the Pacific Northwest. The company will add the new service to its current offerings, and

The Suppliers Directory will match public companies and organizations with over 350 government suppliers and over 25,000 buyers and will also provide direct contacts with purchasing departments across the entire Northwest, as well as private industry businesses and Internet services. -CU Staff

TechNet certified by Security Certified Program

Marietta-based TechNet Training Centers, a provider of technical-certification training, has been recognized as an authorized training partner by The Security Certified Program. TechNet Training Centers now certifies individuals as Security Certified Network Professionals or a Security Certified Network Architects. The former focuses on defense, using technologies such as firewalls, intrusion detection, and virtual private networks; the latter focuses on emerging security technologies like Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), biometrics, and smart cards. -CU Staff

Synchrologic iMobile Suite cited by Network Computing

Synchrologic’s iMobile Suite was recently named a Network Computing 2002 Editor’s Choice Award winner. The Atlanta-based company’s mobile software suite was chosen for its performance in the magazine’s testing labs.

iMobile Suite is enterprise mobile infrastructure software that mobilizes enterprise applications and provides users with the ability to remotely manage synchronized devices. The suite is optimized for wireless networks and can deliver data to handhelds while compensating for irregular connections, low bandwidth, and frequent line drops. -CU Staff

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