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The bos KG on the EDV – Gerichtstag 2009 “farewell to the Aktenberg” is the motto of this year’s computer court day, on which this year again bremen online services GmbH & co. KG (bos KG) will be found. In addition to the proven, to thinking away from the judicial communications no longer EGVP KG the bos this year has some new solutions for the electronic legal relations in the luggage. “We are particularly curious Add-in on the reactions to our new offer, the Governikus for Microsoft Office”, Werner Hartnick, Manager of bos KG, “the add-in can be sent by OSCI news directly from Office applications such as Word, Excel, or PowerPoint, as well as from Windows Explorer without any installation of own clients. The complete message management is carried out in a separate mailbox from Outlook.” In addition, the bos KG presents the current state to a project that is being implemented currently together with dataport and IBM: S.A.F.E. (secure access to federated E-Justice/E-Government). This is a modern identity management System with a directory service.

It will bring great benefits for the users of E-justice services, because they will need in the future when each individual service log on and authenticate, but do this only once. S.a.f.e. then checks whether users are entitled to use the service and to send data and documents and confirmed this to the subject application. Two new developments of the product group Governikus signer is aimed mainly to manufacturers of specialist software. The Governikus signer integration Edition can be integrated into specialised software and enables to create and test electronic signatures directly from within the application, without having to use a custom signature software. The Governikus Web signer can be used within Web-based applications. Users from the judiciary and administration as well as the manufacturers of specialized software are invited to the bos to visit KG on level 3, to inform and consult. The EDV – Gerichtstag will take place from 23 to 25 September 2009 in the University of Saarland in Saarbrucken.