CARRBORO, NC, July 10, 2007 - Point In Space Internet Solutions today announced immediate availability of FileMaker Pro 9 database hosting on FileMaker Server 9 Advanced.

"FileMaker Pro 9 provides major new features and updates to the FileMaker product," says John May, Point In Space's President.  "By hosting on FileMaker Server 9 Advanced, all of these new features are available to our clients - including Instant Web Publishing and ODBC/JDBC connectivity.

Additionally, FileMaker Server 9 Advanced allows FileMaker databases to connect to external data sources, and we include a MySQL datasource with all FileMaker accounts to allow our customers to start using this amazing new feature immediately."

Point In Space is offering FileMaker Pro 9 hosting, available immediately, at the same price as their other FileMaker accounts.  Current Point In Space clients should contact the company directly regarding special offers for migrating from previous FileMaker versions.

For complete details on Point In Space's FileMaker Pro 9 hosting, visit <>.

About Point In Space Internet Solutions

Point In Space Internet Solutions is a North Carolina based company specializing in FileMaker Pro, MySQL, PHP, Lasso Professional, Web, E-Mail, Listserv and FTP hosting solutions.  For more information, visit Point In Space's web site at <>, or contact them at or (800) 664-8610.

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