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In the United Kingdom

Command Software Systems has moved its London office to Millbank Tower, next to the Tate Gallery and across the Thames River from the new, MI5 building.

The new, spacious quarters located on Millbank's ground floor, house Command Sales, Technical and Marketing Departments.

"We're excited about our new location," said Bruce Walton, CSS' United Kingdom Manager. "This move affords us an opportunity to introduce Command Software's anti-virus products to our esteemed political neighbors; as well as private industry," he added.

Command Software's neighbors include the House of Parliament, the United Nations, the Labour Party Campaign Headquarters, and the National Statistical Office.

UK Phone: +44 20 7 9319301
UK Toll Free: 500-202444
UK Fax: +44 20 7 9319302
UK BBS: +44 20 7 9319303
E-Mail: [email protected]
E-Mail: [email protected]

Message from the President

The In Command editorial staff interviewed CSS President Dyan Dyer to concerning industry issues, below is an excerpt from that interview.

Q Where is Command Software going in the year 2000?

A When I formed Command Software, it was never my intention to become the biggest software company; just the best in our field of endeavor; and we�re accomplishing this feat. As we move steadily toward Year 2000, Command Software is also moving forward in the anti-virus industry. We�ve produced m@ilCOMMAND, a product that protects against E-Mail borne viruses; added more customer support; and expanded our facilities. This is the Age of Change and Command Software is changing and improving every day. The best is yet to come.

Q Will viruses ever be completely eliminated ?

A It�s possible, but unlikely in the near future. However, in the Year 2000 plus, we�ll be supplying the best anti-virus solutions possible. Microsoft is working closely with the anti-virus community to provide information essential to combating these new types of viruses macro viruses in particular.

Q Who�s winning the Virus War ?.

A They keep writing. We keep fixing. As new platforms are introduced, the writers will be introducing new types of viruses. We must stay one step ahead of these writers; and this is our goal.

Dyan Dyer

New Faces In The Crowd

Alaaeddin Al-Jallad, Manager of Windows Development, served three years as Project Manager for Corel Corp. in Ottawa, Canada. Previous to that position, he worked as Project Manager for Lead Technologist in Charlotte, North Carolina. Alaaeddin graduated from Kuwait University in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science.

Carol McIntosh, Receptionist, was employed as Secretary for David Wood Personnel in West Palm Beach, Florida, before joining Command Software. Before that, she worked for Integro Resources in Parsippany, New Jersey. Carol graduated from American Business Institute, New York City, in 1984.

Demetrius Tsitrelis, Programmer, was employed as Software Engineer for NETinc and Genus, both located in Houston, Texas. He graduated from The University of Texas in 1992, with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics degree.

John Bergman, Programmer, was employed by IBM, in Boca Raton, for 10 years as a Senior Programmer. He also served as consultant for Interzine, an Internet publishing company in Boca Raton.

And across the Atlantic at CSS London, we welcome...David Millard, Tech Support Manager, who served five years in the Royal Air Force as an Air Traffic Controller; and worked five years for the Royal London Insurance Co. as Section Manager.

Alpha Romeo Tan, Sales Executive, was employed as a Sales Executive for Global Business Services, London, where he sold advertising space (Russian version) for the 1996 Summer Olympics. He attended Atteneo de Manilla University; and Oxford House College (London).

Joe Reynolds, Shipping Manager, served a year as HTML Programmer for Business Partners Limited, London, before joining Command Software; and, previous to that position, was involved in Net Support Training.

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