We are pleased to announced that Pulse 2.5 Private Label can standardize development team environments and workspace settings, thereby eliminating the confusion, hassle and wasted time of software incompatibility.

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Our Pulse Private Label solution allows corporations to mange software configurations and easily shift tooling between different operating system environments and securely deliver software to anyone with authorized access. It also allows administrators to set boundaries on where and how their software is used to eliminate environmental threats caused by either malicious software or incompatible add-ons. Finally, enterprises can fully customize the catalogs and branding of the distribution to ensure that all software offerings are consistent with company mandates.

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Posted on Oct 29th 2009