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Press Releases from CyberMatrix Corporation, Inc. (4 total)

Project Clock Version 10 Released

CyberMatrix Corporation has released version 10 of Project Clock, an easy to use project time recording and time billing program for Windows. Project Clock 10 contains several important improvements. The most significant change in version 10 is the new billing module that provides a more convenient way to bill clients for time and expenses. Full Unicode support was added to allow translations of all multi-byte languages such as Chinese, Japanese

Clipboard Magic 5.0 Released

CyberMatrix has released version 5 of Clipboard Magic, a freeware Windows clipboard manager for plain text. This latest release contains several important new features to make copying and pasting text easier and more efficient. Clipboard Magic users can end up with many clips in one list that are difficult to differentiate between. For example, a technical support analyst using Clipboard Magic can have many similar canned responses that are hard

CyberMatrix Timesheets Version 4 Released

CyberMatrix Corporation has released version 4 of CyberMatrix Timesheets, an easy to use Windows-based timesheet entry application. Timesheets version 4 contains several important improvements. The most significant change in version 4 is the complete rewrite of the Timesheets Web edition. Timesheets Web now includes its own web server eliminating the need to configure and maintain an unwieldy web server like Microsoft's IIS. Timesheets Web now also makes use of AJAX

CyberMatrix Pro Schedule Version 6 Released

CyberMatrix Corporation has released version 6 of Pro Schedule, a Windows-based application for group appointment scheduling. With this new release several important features have been added. Appointments can be cut and pasted from person to person or day to day. The new email scripting feature enables you to specify which information is sent in emails. Appointments can now be synchronized with Microsoft Outlook. Pro Schedule Web administrators can now change