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QED Connect, Inc. (QEDC.PK) Announces First Quarter Revenues

Friday, May 2nd, 2008

QED Connect, Inc. (OTC: QEDC) yesterday announced their first quarter 2008 revenue numbers. The company’s revenue doubled from $70,000 for the fourth quarter of 2007 to $140,000 reported for first quarter 2008. Not only did revenue increase, but the company’s customer base rose 67% in the first quarter from its year 2007 totals.

“As we entered 2008, our goal was to continue building a strong customer base among our core markets of small to medium-sized businesses and educational organizations, through renewals as well as new contracts,” stated Tom Makmann, Chairman of QED Connect. “The fact that we doubled our revenue from the previous quarter demonstrates that we achieved that goal, and the demand for our information security products remains solid. QED has recently announced customers in healthcare, manufacturing, automotive and distribution, demonstrating Omni Manager’s applicability across many vertical segments. We are continuing to create potential revenue streams with new offerings such as IM Manager and QED Confidential, while enhancing our flagship SaaS, Omni Manager, to remain competitive.”

QED Connect, Inc. engages in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) security to provide greater visibility, management and control of activity on all their computers, laptops, and wireless devices. The company’s well-known SaaS, Omni Manager, is an inexpensive avenue to monitoring and managing how employees use company computers and the Internet at any time in various locations. Omni Manager is a web-hosted software application that includes email and Internet filtering and blocking, antivirus, instant messaging, asset tracking, application usage monitoring, and policy management.

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Beacon Equity Featured Company: QED Connect, Inc. (QEDC.PK)

Monday, January 14th, 2008

QED Connect, Inc. (QEDC.PK) is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider. The company offers various Internet protection software products to small-to-medium-sized businesses, regional school districts, government agencies and not-for-profit groups.

QED also provides easy to use Web-based services that include e-mail filtering, Internet filtering, blocking and monitoring; anti-virus, instant messaging control, policy management and enforcement; as well as monitoring and asset tracking. The products offered are affordable and provide easy on-demand security solutions for the Company’s clients. Using the products, businesses are able to more easily monitor and manage Internet usage by its employees at any time, from any location in the world.

Omni Manager is QED’s most popular product. It is an affordable and easy to use product that offers all essential IT security applications in one subscription-based service. Omni Manager is also entirely maintained and operated by QED. The Company also provides its client with delivery SaaS models so that customers are not required to install any software or incur fees for owning or maintaining the software.

Concerns regarding viruses, spam and other security threats that are easily delivered via the Internet are rising, which is consequently driving high demand for more powerful and affordable IT security solutions. QED has experienced high sales volume due to these growing concerns with the introduction of Omni Manager. The market for SaaS services is large and growing causing QED’s future to look very promising.

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Small Cap Voice Featured Company: QED Connect, Inc. (QEDC.PK)

Tuesday, December 4th, 2007

QED Connect, Inc. (QEDC.PK) is focused on providing Internet-based security software applications to small-to-medium-sized businesses, regional school districts, government agencies and nonprofit groups. The Company’s Web-based services offer an array of options including e-mail filtering, Internet filtering, blocking and monitoring; anti-virus, instant messaging control, policy management and enforcement; monitoring and asset tracking.

The increasing concerns concerning viruses, spam and other security threats are driving demand for more powerful, but still affordable IT security solutions. Security protocols required by industry trade groups and government agencies create a greater focus on data integrity. The increasing number of remote and traveling employee users are fueling growth of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). The global SaaS market is anticipated to grow from approximately $10 billion this year to nearly $11 billion by 2009 and more than $19 billion by 2011.

The Company has a great advantage since it is led by a highly experienced management team. The top executives have comprehensive experience in hardware and software for data storage and data integrity applications. QED Connect’s Chairman and CEO, Thomas Makmann, has 30 years IT experience and has held senior management positions with Network Storage Solutions, Inc., nStor Technologies, Archive Corporation and Maxtor Corporation. The Company’s VP of Sales & Marketing, has more than 25 years sales and marketing experience with companies such as Network Storage Solutions, Inc, Hardware Planning Services and Rexon Corp.

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Beacon Equity Research Rates QED Connect, Inc. (QEDC.PK) a “Speculative Buy” and Awards $1.20 Price Target

Tuesday, December 4th, 2007

QED Connect, Inc. is focused on providing Internet-based security software applications to small-to-medium-sized businesses, regional school districts, government agencies and nonprofit groups. The Company’s Web-based services offer an array of options including e-mail filtering, Internet filtering, blocking and monitoring; anti-virus, instant messaging control, policy management and enforcement; monitoring and asset tracking.

The increasing concerns concerning viruses, spam and other security threats are driving demand for more powerful, but still affordable IT security solutions. Security protocols required by industry trade groups and government agencies create a greater focus on data integrity. The increasing number of remote and traveling employee users are fueling growth of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). The market for SaaS services is large and expanding. The global SaaS market is anticipated to grow from approximately $10 billion this year to nearly $11 billion by 2009 and more than $19 billion by 2011.

The Company has a great advantage since it is led by a highly experienced management team. The top executives have comprehensive experience in hardware and software for data storage and data integrity applications. The Company’s Chairman and CEO, Thomas Makmann, has 30 years IT experience and has held senior management positions with Network Storage Solutions, Inc., nStor Technologies, Archive Corporation and Maxtor Corporation. Roger Kirkland, QED’s VP of Sales & Marketing, has more than 25 years sales and marketing experience with companies such as Network Storage Solutions, Inc, Hardware Planning Services and Rexon Corp. Mr. Kirkland has recognized global distribution channels for several US companies through his contacts in Europe, Asia, South Africa, Japan and the Middle East.

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