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Moreover Technologies Announces CI-Newsdesk 3.0

Moreover Technologies, a VeriSign Company, has announced the release of the Moreover Connected Intelligence (CI) Newsdesk 3.0, an easy-to-use, customizable news and blogs search portal for up to the minute information essential to strategic decision making for global enterprises. CI-Newsdesk is an example of VeriSign Real-Time Publisher Services, a suite of intelligent infrastructure services that allow organizations to review and organize massive amounts of constantly updated public information, and distribute links, in real time, to enterprises, Web-portal developers, application developers, and consumers.

Providing personalized viewing to more than 20.000 news sources and millions of blogs, CI-Newsdesk delivers a broad and comprehensive view of current events impacting an organization, enabling corporations of any size to make well informed decisions and execute initiatives more swiftly. CI-Newsdesk requires no technical resources to install or maintain and can be customized to match operational and individual requirements.

The CI-Newsdesk conveniently combines several powerful features in a single, integrated, fully accessible interface:

* Search
- A fully customizable search runs simultaneously across public news and blog information sources giving a clear view of breaking news by topic and source.
- Results can be viewed merged or separated while CI-Newsdesk's 30 advanced filters further focus results.
- Search parameters are customizable.

* Browse
- Viewing of newsfeeds, sources and other feeds allows the quick assimilation of information for faster, more accurate decision making..
- Users can select from more than 380 categories for searching, build a separate category or have one built for them. Categories can be refined or enlarged as needs change for access to the most relevant information for any organization.

* Email Alerts
- Links to searches and newsfeeds can be set for automatic delivery as an email alert. Delivery frequency can be set to best match an organization's or individual's needs.



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