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CoreData Inc. Announces Release of RemoteWorx 2.0.

PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 21, 1997--

Innovative Product Line Targets Remote/Mobile Market

with "Byte-Level" Backup and Systems Management

CoreData Inc., an innovative company specializing in "byte-level change detection" technology, Aug. 12 officially released RemoteWorx(TM), a client-server software product for Windows '95 and NT 4.0 that delivers centralized control and management of the remote/mobile workforce.

RemoteWorx(TM) is the first in a series of company products aimed at the rapidly-growing laptop and remote computer universe. It features automated processes for data protection, system tracking and data storage management that results in speed, efficiency and security of system data being transmitted to a central server agent. Key features and benefits of RemoteWorx(TM) include:

-- Backup of remote and mobile computers (scheduled or manual)

-- Highly-efficient data transmission via multiple communication protocols

-- Auto-discovery and change reporting of laptop system configurations

-- Business (on-board) and disaster recovery (corporate site)

-- Unique data storage management with enterprise system reporting

An intelligent on-board agent detects and captures changes to any hardware, software and data assets. The capture process involves a byte-level inventory of the entire hard drive, and usually takes less than a minute. Changes are proactively reported to the RemoteWorx(TM) Server.

CoreData's RemoteWorx(TM) technology evolved from the extensive nuclear power industry experience of company co-founders Gary Legner and Jim Parker.

"Data protection and configuration tracking weren't just catchy phrases, they were ongoing requirements," said Legner, who is also vice president of sales.

"We worked under federal requirements in the area of Configuration Management that included data backup, tracking system configuration changes, data validation processes and disaster recovery. The needs for data protection and system tracking exists in all business environments, large or small, mobile or desktop.

"We've automated these processes into one easy to use and scaleable product, RemoteWorx."

CoreData will market RemoteWorx(TM) and follow-on products through major distributors, resellers, strategic alliances and OEM partnerships.

Early previews of the RemoteWorx(TM) product and CoreData technology have resulted in a flurry of interest from international distributors, OEM candidates and companies seeking co-marketing opportunities that include: hardware suppliers, service companies, help desk and Sales Force Automation applications.

RemoteWorx(TM) contains many unique and exclusive features that deliver cost and productivity savings to CFOs, CIOs and users. The auto-discovery process provides CFOs with immediate access to the current inventory of computing assets, and continuous reporting of changes to these assets.

CIOs receive near on-line reporting of system configurations and changes, data storage by organization and "point and click" data restoration/recovery. Users can utilize "file clustering," the ability to capture multiple file types under one topic name, and the ability to retrieve this data set from any given point in time.

This retrieval can be from on-board their laptops or from the RemoteWorx(TM) server.

"We are very excited about the initial response to our RemoteWorx(TM) product and the many benefits it can provide to companies -- but even more exciting is the interest expressed from OEM candidates for licensing the technology," said Dave Riley, CoreData president/chief executive officer.

"Since our technology is modular, it makes for easy OEM integration, creating differentiators and rapid revenue opportunities for our partners."

CoreData Inc., headquartered in Phoenix, is an innovative software company specializing in "byte-level change detection" technology providing centralized control and management of remote/mobile assets through data protection, system tracking and data management processes. Information about CoreData is available on the World Wide Web at http://www.coredata.com . -0-

NOTE TO EDITORS: RemoteWorx(TM) and CoreData are registered trademarks of CoreData Inc. Windows '95 and Windows NT are trademarks of Microsoft Corp.

CONTACT: CoreData Inc., Phoenix

Betsy Bailey, 602/437-6575

betsyb@coredata.com

or

Gary Legner, 602/437-6575

garyl@coredata.com
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