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a small opening covered with membrane (especially one in the bone between the middle and inner ear)

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Fenestrae has launched Udocx for Google Drive: a cloud- based document capture and processing service that allows users to securely scan, share and edit paper documents in Google Drive.
Small liver fenestrae may explain the susceptibility of rabbits to atherosclerosis.
Mobile software solutions provider Fenestrae has launched version 1.
Fenestrae's Fenestrae Enterprise Mobility Server won in the mobility category.
This reduces development times to mere days, rather than weeks or months," said Marcel van der Heijden, product manager at Fenestrae.
Fenestrae, the leading provider of Web services-based enterprise wireless connectivity and multi-channel messaging software, has become one of the first mobility-based ISVs (Independent Software Vendors) to offer immediate support for the new version of Microsoft Windows - Windows Server 2003.
The Mobility category finalists are Synchrologic's Synchrologic Email Accelerator, Interactive Intelligence's Mobilite, Bindview Corporation's bv-Admin Mobile, Fenestrae B.
Utilizing new features in Exchange 2003, Fenestrae provides secure, mobile access to full Exchange 2003 and Outlook functionality using any mobile device, including all versions of WAP and I-mode.
In addition to Live Communication Server, Fenestrae solutions support Microsoft Office System, Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and SQL Server.
For businesses of all sizes worldwide, Fenestrae offers enterprise-class software solutions that work with Brooktrout's intelligent fax boards to help businesses access and manage critical business information from wherever they are.
With Fenestrae we can now extend communication options for employees to include the sending and receiving of faxes and SMS messages from Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 just as they would email.