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Midwest Reseller Ummel Group International


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HOLTON, KS., - April. 8, 2003 - Insystek, Inc. , today announced Ummel Group International has joined Insystek's Authorized Reseller Program as a Premier member. Ummel Group International is working directly with Insystek, a provider of enterprise systems management, to extend the availability of the NSMC Product Family to customers in Midwest region allowing them to to monitor systems, applications for performance and availability, in addition to System Inventory and Software Distribution. Insystek's NSMC products provide companies to manage their entire windows enterprise from a central console.

About Ummel Group International

UmmelGroup understands the challenges facing IT organizations today. They partner with you to identify, manage, and minimize complexity within your IT service organization. The result is a positive effect on your ability to provide exceptional IT services, which are melded with your business strategy, and which will lead your company to success. UmmelGroup understands the future role of IT in your organization, and will light the way to the most effective investment of this capital resource. UmmelGroup specializes in delivering optimal business and IT agility to your enterprise through a innovative suite of proven, process-improvement methodologies and assessment services. About Insystek

Insystek provides affordable solutions for enterprise management and monitoring. Our customers include government agencies, small and medium businesses that rely on the NSMC daily to track, manage and monitor remote desktops and servers. Insystek's non-invasive approach to inventory management, software distribution and system monitoring is unparalleled in the industry. Insystek helps corporations monitor workstations and servers, locate lease returns and provide clear accurate inventory data. Insystek's solutions simplify the management of software licenses, computer leases, machine configuration, PC retirement, device allocation, and is an indispensable tool to support helpdesk teams.

Founded in 1999, Insystek is currently headquartered in Holton, Kansas, with resellers in the United States and Europe

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New NSMC Licensing Structure


In a continuing effort to better serve their customers, Insystek Inc. will be providing IT departments with increased savings through the new NSMC licensing structure. Insystek Inc. understands the issues facing IT departments and has been providing affordable and reliable solutions since 1999 through their industry leading enterprise management solution, the NSMC.

Insystek, Inc.Â’s new licensing structure combines their proven products (System Sentinel and Control Center) into one package at an affordable price any IT Department can justify. This new licensing structure provides an extraordinary performance to price ratio for their customers. It allows IT departments the opportunity to take control of their systems and applications at a truly affordable price ($895 base price and only $8 per client). The NSMC offers enterprise control without the enterprise expense.

Insystek Inc.Â’s new NSMC licensing structure provides an affordable and proven solution to Asset Management, Software Distribution, Performance and Availability Monitoring, opening the door for administrators to efficiently take control of their environment.

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NSMC 3.0 Now Available


Insystek Inc announces the 3.0 released of our Agentless enterprise management software. Our Agentless approach provides significant cost savings over our competitors. Insystek is rapidly becoming the solution of choice, reaching far beyond just Agentless monitoring , the NSMC (Network Services Management Console) includes inventory and software distribution without invasive agents, login scripts or open administrative shares. Enterprise management technologies are shifting from an agent-based approach to an Agentless one. Agentless enterprise management provides cheaper and easier-to-maintain technologies. The NSMC allows IT departments to take control of their systems and applications at a truly affordable price ($895 base price and only $8 per system). The NSMC offers enterprise control without the enterprise expense.

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Engineered Materials Solutions Implements NSMC 3.0


Insystek Inc, a leading provider of enterprise management solutions, today announced Engineered Materials Solutions of Attleboro, MA has implemented the company’s NSMC (Network Services Management Console) software suite. The NSMC solution will be used to manage and update all Engineered Materials Solutions business-critical workstations and servers from a single central location. By providing an “Agentless” centralized and automated infrastructure for asset management, software-distribution, and performance monitoring, rather than via traditional invasive and unreliable clients enhances security while lowering the costs and enhancing Engineered Materials Solutions ability to rapidly respond to customer requests.

Engineers throughout the world turn to Engineered Materials Solutions Inc. (EMS) for innovative, cost-effective ways to master problems involving thermal, electrical, mechanical, chemical or magnetic performance in their products. Today bimetal, clad material systems and electrical contacts from EMS are delivered to leading global firms in the appliance, automotive, and heavy truck, electrical distribution, home ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), industrial control and telecommunications industries.

In taking over the metallurgical materials business of Texas Instruments, EMS inherited a rich reserve of talent for assisting design engineers, decades of proprietary experience in an array of roll-bonding processes and some 350,000 sq. ft. of fully integrated manufacturing that extends to high speed stamping and custom assembly. EMS maintains a world wide network for sales and distribution.

Insystek, Inc. is an enterprise systems management company based out of Soldier, Kansas. They can be reached at www.Insystek.com or by phone at 877-INSYSTEK or 877-467-9783.

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NSMC Competitive Upgrade Program


Later this year, with the release of Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2), Microsoft is introducing a set of security enhancements that will dramatically improve Microsoft Windows XP’s security and ability to withstand attacks from viruses and worms. These technologies include Network protection, Memory protection, improved email security and safer browsing. These security improvements make it more difficult to attack Windows XP systems, even if the latest hot-fixes and updates are not applied. To most enterprise management solutions these security enhancements will have a profound impact on the features they offer. By securing the remote system, many agent-based and invasive approaches to Agentless™ solutions may not function properly, leaving the administrator the choice between security and manageability.

"SP2 will break some applications because they are insecure," said Tony Goodhew, a product manager in Microsoft's developer group. "Security is important, and it is not just a Microsoft problem but a developer community problem. We all need to work together to create a more secure computing environment." If developers find that SP2 breaks their applications, it most likely means that they weren't following best practices in terms of security when writing their applications, according to Goodhew.**

Alex Turner, Senior Application Architect for Insystek, Inc. said, “We welcome the release of Microsoft’s Service Pack 2 (SP2) for Windows XP. It affirms the secure non-invasive approach to enterprise management we have been advocating for close to five years. The NSMC does not require invasive technologies, such as agents, file and print sharing, remote registry service, or proprietary ports to be exposed on remote Windows systems.” Insystek’s non-invasive approach to enterprise management means that the Windows XP System running SP2 communicates with specific IP addresses across a single TCP port, dramatically increasing security. Enabling Windows XP SP2 systems to communicate with the scheduler, software distribution and sentinel services will provide administrators a high level of manageability without compromising security.

To ensure administrators can continue to securely manage their environments. Insystek is offering upgrade incentives for customers of LANDesk, SMS, Shavlik, Altiris and most other enterprise management products that utilize agent-based, and less secure approaches to enterprise management prior to the release of Windows XP Service Pack 2.

SP2 went into beta testing in 2003. Microsoft has announced the availability of Release Candidate 1 for testing. Microsoft plans to release the final version of the update sometime in mid-2004.

**Windows XP SP2 could break existing applications

News Story by Joris Evers


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