August 22, 2014
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CaseLogistix 6.0.2 released
The new version of the CaseLogistix suite was released in April. Included in this release are updated versions of the CaseLogistix Repository, Waypoint, Dashboard, CaseProduction, and the new feature, Analytics.
CLX 6.0.2 now uses SQl 2008 R2 as the back end, improving stability and speed. Additionally, you now have the option of placing the Indexing Service on a dedicated server, reducing the load on your SQL server.
Did you know?
August 1977: “Lewis Kornfeld announces the TRS-80 Model I microcomputer. This 8-bit computer had 4KB RAM, 4KB ROM, 12-inch RCA video, and came with the CP/M OS. The computer was $399.95, but add all the extras and it would come to $599.95. The computer was presented by Lewis Kornfeld, president.”
Courtesy of This Day In Tech History.