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Princeton Softech, a subsidiary of Computer Horizons Corp. (Nasdaq: CHRZ), announced the
appointment of Jim Lee to the position of vice president of product marketing. Lee will be
responsible for market research, product launch and life cycle management for Princeton Softech’s
industry leading Active Archive Solutions(TM) and Relational Tools(TM).

Lee brings over 15 years of software industry experience to his new role. After joining Princeton
Softech in 1997, as product manager, he was instrumental in working with customers to clearly
define the active archiving category. Active archiving benefits customers who need to improve the
performance and availability of their mission-critical applications, especially those who need to
easily research and restore their archived data. He then translated these requirements into
Princeton Softech’s Archive for DB2(TM) software, which according to Meta Group, “goes the furthest
in providing a complete archiving methodology.”

Prior to Princeton Softech, Lee held the position of director of application development technology
at Seer Technologies, Inc., where he managed all aspects of software development for an integrated
test tool that accounted for 20% of the company’s software revenue. In addition to his extensive
experience in product development, Lee’s background includes expertise in product planning, cost
benefit analysis, risk assessment, quality assurance, evaluating new technologies and providing
technical consulting to customers and clients. Earlier in his career, Lee held development and
management positions at Automated Data Processing, Inc., First Boston Corporation, and IBM.

“Jim was the natural choice for this position,” said Lisa Cash, president and CEO of Princeton
Softech. “His in-depth knowledge of the active archiving category and Princeton Softech technology
is a great asset to us. Jim’s leadership will ensure that we maintain our technical edge in this
market and across our entire product line.”

Lee’s promotion comes at an important time for Princeton Softech. This data management software
leader is among the first companies to offer a complete active archiving solution and Princeton
Softech is committed to helping companies optimise the performance and availability of enterprise


For additional information please contact:
Jennifer Reese
Princeton Softech
Tel: +1 609 627 5500

Press contact:
Catherine Eyres/Mary Brain
Strategic Relations
Tel: +44 (0) 1494 434434

About Princeton Softech
Princeton Softech (, a wholly owned subsidiary of Computer Horizons Corp.
(Nasdaq: CHRZ), is a software products and services company that helps enterprises enhance the
performance of their systems by managing data smarter. The company allows enterprises to manage
their mission-critical applications more efficiently through “active archiving.” By using
Princeton Softech's suite of Active Archive Solutions, companies can identify and move complete
sets of infrequently used data to the periphery of the production database, while maintaining
accuracy, integrity, and business context. Princeton Softech is a leader in enterprise-scale data
management solutions, with over 2,000 of the world's largest companies in more than 30 countries
using Princeton Softech's products and services.

About Computer Horizons Corp.
Computer Horizons Corp. (Nasdaq: CHRZ) is a strategic e-Business solutions and professional
services company that is powering a new breed of rapid growth Web developers. With thirty years of
experience, CHC is a global leader in systems integration, migration and innovation, enabling
companies to stay ahead of the technological curve. By leveraging its core business in IT services,
CHC is offering a new breed of professional services through its E-Solutions Group, including its
Princeton Softech and Chimes subsidiaries, to enable its Global 1000 customer base to compete in
this new digital business environment. For more information on Computer Horizons, please visit our
Web site at

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