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After an initial rush to market by a horde of "push" technology companies, a second wave of more mature and functional push options are making their appearance.
Both XcelleNet and Intermind will introduce new products and product upgrades this week that begin to address filtering, bandwidth constraints, and other user concerns.
XcelleNet is rolling out the first in a product family called NetEssentials, based on the company's RemoteWare software-distribution and session-management technology for dial-up connections. The first NetEssentials product is SessionXpress, which will allow system administrators to manage client systems, including disks, files, and …