San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 8, 2006
SeeFile Software CEO Sam Bogoch is available for immediate comment regarding Apple's rumored "iWeb" media application, immediately after Steve Jobs' keynote. AppleInsider.com has described the new Apple software as a Web authoring tool to be released on Tuesday as part of Apple's iLife suite: http://www.appleinsider.com/article.php?id=1440
SeeFile, a privately-held software firm headquartered in Boston, Mass. recently released the 1.7 version of its acclaimed SeeFile web sharing software. The software turns Macs into web servers with live access to folders and graphics files by user-specific logins. SeeFile's software is in use by a wide range of advertising agencies, printers and professional photographers. SeeFile was featured in the September edition of Apple's eNews online bulletin; a highly favorable review of the product also appeared in October's Studio Photography and Design magazine.
Mr. Bogoch has previously said "The Mac's OSX is a uniquely powerful platform for letting graphics professionals communicate their work on the web. We look forward to more development by Apple in helping bringing this kind of power to its users."
A veteran of the graphic arts industry, Bogoch co-founded and managed Torque Systems, a San Francisco-based systems integrator with over a decade of double-digit revenue growth through the 90's. He has spoken at events such as PMA, DIMA, and the Seybold Conferences. Mr. Bogoch has managed deployments of a broad range of enterprise-level Web asset management systems including Cumulus WebPublisher, MediaBank, MediaBeacon, and WebNative. He was named one of Electronic Publishing magazine's Minds on the Millennium in 2000.
Mr. Bogoch will be at the press area of the MacWorld Expo at Moscone center immediately after Jobs' keynote, and will be available for background comment throughout the show. Press needing perspectives on the impact of Apple's announcements on the creative community, or on other OSX web-based applications, should contact SeeFile's Eliot Hariton at 415-845-2240, or Mr. Bogoch at 415-225-1926.
Writers seeking review copies of SeeFile's software should contact Ted Bevenour at 617-262-2464.
SeeFile is also co-sponsoring the 2006 MacWorld Party For the People, 8-11PM Tuesday evening at the Parc55 Hotel in downtown San Francisco. All those with MacWorld press credentials are welcome.
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