Saturday, February 21, 2004, PCtipp (Switzerland)
February issue of national Switzerland computer magazine PCTipp includes WinMessenger 2.0 review. An editor highlights WinMessenger’ wide range of supported messages sources, such as Linux SMB-clients and Novell server, and also Unicode compatibility, emoticons and German interface.
Tuesday, January 27, 2004, Business Journal (Russia)
A Vypress Messenger review as well as short overview of whole our product line. The editor describes most of important Messenger features, such as scheduled messages, address book and actions. Finalizing, he suggest replacing ICQ in the internal network with Vypress Messenger in order to improve identity management and tight corporate security policy.
Thursday, January 1, 2004, LANline (German)
January issue of popular German specialized magazine, LANLine, includes a write-up regarding new version of WinMessenger. It features some of innovations from the version 2.0, such as improved compatibility with Terminal Service and multi-language interface. The editor suggests trying latest version and provides appropriate links.
Monday, September 1, 2003, Inside NetWare
… NetWare’s built-in messaging utility is very limited in that you can only send messages to users you select or to bindery groups within your context. Other limitations are the length of the text message and the number of individual lines that can be sent. Fortunately, there’s a replacement utility from VyPRESS Research called NWSend that expands on the capabilities of the NetWare messaging system. <…>
Thursday, March 14, 2002, Network Computing
Ignoring the client-choice issue, just bear in mind that all AIM messages are sent via clear text across the Internet, and there is no guarantee of service. If your enterprise is heavily dependent on instant messaging, you should roll out your own service, using client/server solutions from companies such as Jabber and Vypress. Otherwise you’d be outsourcing important services without a Service Level Agreement. <…>
Thursday, February 21, 2002, The Hindu
India’s National Newspaper reviewing four products designed for instant messaging over an intranet, including our Vypress Messenger product:Vypress Messenger is another messenger program worth trying. The software allows you not only send messages across various users of local network, but also lets you send file attachments. <…>
Friday, December 1, 2000, Law Technology News
A write-up regarding latest releases of Vypress Messenger and Vypress Auvis. Auvis is featured as good tool for one way messaging and emergency broadcasting.
Tuesday, October 10, 2000, Hard & Soft #76 (Russian)
… So, let summarize. The most powerful and usable program is, no doubt, the Vypress Chat. It is really profession product, designed for both, large and small networks. Handy user interface and tons of functions brings this software on top of others, described in the article. <…>
Friday, September 29, 2000, InfoBusiness (Russia)
Info Business is respect Russian magazine about businesses in information technologies. The issue #134 devoted to electronically distributed software (shareware). This issues contains large article “Forget this word” by Konstantin Vyatkin, CEO of VyPRESS Research, LLC. Konstantin talked about shareware business, international relationships and the many successes of VyPRESS Research. (In Russian)
Sunday, September 10, 2000, NetworkWorld Fusion Newsletters
Vypress Auvis (http://www.vypress.com/auvis.asp) is a one-way messaging client that allows a network administrator to broadcast e-mails to users over a LAN or WAN, and can receive messages from a variety of services, including UNIX SMB clients, WinPopup, NetWare broadcasts, or Vypress’ Messenger product. An administrator can customize Auvis in order to prevent closing of the application or modification of the filtration settings, for example. <…>
Thursday, September 7, 2000, Ziff Davis Smart Business
Communicating with a remote office isn’t as simple as summoning everyone into the conference room to gather around a speakerphone. Sure, there’s e-mail. But it’s slow and uncertain. Vypress Messenger is a better solution. <…>
Tuesday, August 1, 2000, Government Computer News
… IM is more useful in an agency where you can’t just walk down the hall for a quick chat with co-workers. … Vypress Messenger has an easy interface for setting preferences. Messenger is priced at $3,000 for 1,000 users. <…>
Monday, May 1, 2000, PC Professionell (German)
Overview of business instant messaging solutions, including our Vypress Messenger product. Our software is recommended as well-looking and very useful product at the best price. (In German)
Saturday, April 1, 2000, Microtimes Magazine #206
Instant messaging applications, which use Vypress Messenger, have been a network staple for more than a year at Thomson Financial, a subsidiary of Thomson Corp. Manny Pellicane, systems administrator at New York City-based Thomson Financial, says his company publishes three daily newspapers, each with numerous daily deadlines. Time is of the essence.
Saturday, April 1, 2000, PC Welt (German)
Comprehensive review of our Vypress Chat product. Our product was described as very easy to setup, having non-obstructive user interface and a great set of useful functions. (In German)
Friday, October 1, 1999, Computer Press (Russian)
George A. Filyagin, the Reviewer of Computer Press, selected Vypress Messenger as one of the Top 10 software picks for the October issue of the popular Russian computer magazine, “Computer Press”. (In Russian)
Monday, August 23, 1999, Yahoo! Internet Life
“Yahoo! Internet Life” is a popular computer magazine from Ziff-Davis. On August 23 it features our Vypress Messenger as perfect communication tool for LANs.Send and receive instant messages with others on your local area network or on the Internet with Vypress Messenger— exhorts Preston Gralla, Editor of the Yahoo! Internet Life.
Wednesday, July 28, 1999, ZDNet AnchorDesk — Killer Downloads
Jon C.A. DeKeles, Technical Director, wrote:Industry heavyweights Microsoft and AOL are duking it out in a very public battle for instant messaging dominance.
BO-RING. I haven’t seen this much bickering since Associate Editor Nicci Noteboom and I got into an argument over who was better on M*A*S*H — Trapper or B.J. Just because these two companies won’t solve their problems doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy real-time online chatting now. I’ve got three downloads to keep you in touch with friends and family: Qtalk, Vypress Messenger and BetweenUs.
Tuesday, June 1, 1999, Inter.net (Russian)
The editor of the most popular Russian Internet magazine talks about the best Internet-related software. Inter.net’s editor picked Vypress Messenger 2.8 beta and featured it as the best intranet instant messaging tool. (In Russian).
Friday, February 26, 1999, WIN Magazine (Greek)
WIN Magazine is the only Greek monthly magazine that deals exclusively with MS Windows and products specifically created for this operating environment. In the February, 1999 volume, the editor of WIN Magazine recommended Vypress Messenger as a powerful network utility. It also appears in the “Downloads” section of the magazine’s Internet site. (In Greek).
Saturday, February 6, 1999, Kapital #5 (204)
“How to Work Worldwide Inside Russia” by Maxim Trudolyubov
Kapital, a 35,000-circulation careers and business newspaper published in both Moscow and St.Petersburg by Independent Press, a Dutch-owned media company based in Moscow (also controls The Moscow Times, The St.Petersburg Times, and many magazines), published an interview with Konstantin Vyatkin, CEO of VyPRESS Research.
Konstantin talked about business, international relationships and the many successes of VyPRESS Research.
Tuesday, February 2, 1999, Computerra #5 (283)
This very popular Russian computer magazine writes about VyPRESS Research’s product, describing it as one of the best network applications. The author highly recommend Vypress Messenger to anybody. (In Russian).
Thursday, October 1, 1998, Chip (Polish Edition)
Polish edition of a well-known CHIP magazine compares 14 instant messaging programs, including VypressMessenger 2.0.8. Our product going at top positions and received very positive review. (In Polish)
Tuesday, June 30, 1998, Publico #293
‘Publico’ is a popular Spanish newsletter. In their computer appendix ‘Ciberia,’ Editor Danish Basich selected Vypress Messenger and said that is a very useful program with an attractive user interface! (In Spanish)
Sunday, May 17, 1998, WinFile Update, ISSN 1098-1462
C|Net’s WinFiles.com (http://www.winfiles.com), is widely recognized as the Internet’s largest and most popular source of information, shareware, drivers, and tips for users of Microsoft Windows®.
In addition to the Web content, WinFiles.com also publishes a popular email newsletter, the WinFile Update, which gets delivered to inboxes around the globe each week. As of April 1, 1998, the WinFile Update newsletter had over 200,000 subscribers, with new subscriptions growing at a rate of 5,000 new sign-ups each week, making it one of the most widely circulated newsletters in the world. The unique happening in "WinFile Update"? Vypress Messenger is recommended six times (!!!) in the ‘Shareware Spotlight’ section!