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                             Forgent Networks, Inc.
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     Pinnacle Fund, LLLP, a Colorado limited liability limited partnership;

       Bear Market Opportunity Fund, L.P., a Delaware limited partnership;

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          Red Oak Partners, LLC, a New York limited liability company;

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  Pinnacle Fund and Red Oak Partners Reject Claims Made by ASUR and Challenge
	   ASUR's Directors to Disclose Information to Shareholders

New York, New York, July 7, 2009.  Pinnacle Fund ("Pinnacle") and Red Oak
Partners rejected the allegations in the June 30 and July 1 press releases by
Asure Software's ("ASUR's") Board of Directors and management and called on
them to disclose the information described in Pinnacle's June 29 press release
which was originally requested in Pinnacle's June 15 letter to ASUR's Board,
such as how many hundreds of thousands of shareholder dollars have been paid to
the Chairman's son and on executive's visits to the prestigious "Cooper Clinic"
in Dallas, as well as basic information such as the final voting results and
how much was spent on ASUR's Board's failed Go-Private effort.

David Sandberg, Pinnacle's portfolio manager, noted that Asure's actions in
response to this call for information have been to attack Pinnacle and its
nominees, to file meritless litigation in an attempt to distract shareholders
from the mismanagement of the company, and to bully their critics into silence.
"Pinnacle believes ASUR's desperate desire to avoid its shareholders led it to
sue not just Red Oak and Pinnacle but numerous (12) other unaffiliated
shareholders, including many whom Pinnacle has never spoken to or met with and
all of whom Pinnacle and Red Oak have no economic affiliation with."  Mr.
Sandberg continued, "ASUR's agenda is transparent - they named every
shareholder who openly opposed them in an attempt to characterize all critics
as a single "group," giving ASUR's Directors a greater chance to preserve
themselves in office.  They even alleged a supposed plan to take over the
company and liquidate its assets which has no basis in fact or reason.  Since
ASUR's Directors first joined the company, its share price has declined over
90% as it has reported in excess of $40 million in net losses. During this
time, Directors have not bought stock yet have repriced their own options not
once but twice.  We believe they know they do not have shareholder support in
part because of the comments on public message boards, and as evidenced by what
we believe was an overwhelming rejection of their Go-Private efforts."

Mr. Sandberg disclosed that Pinnacle and Red Oak have filed preliminary proxy
materials with the Securities and Exchange Commission as the next step towards
holding the Asure board accountable to shareholders.   "We intend to proceed in
as orderly a fashion as possible to give shareholders a real chance to tell
this board exactly what they think of its history of losses and its tactics of
avoidance" he said. "Our slate of nominees has industry experience and their
share ownership (multiple times that of ASUR's Directors) aligns them directly
with shareholders.  Our proxy material set out an agenda to begin a cost
reduction effort first disclosed in a June 9 email sent to ASUR's Chairman (and
then CEO) Richard Snyder, but Asure has responded by avoiding questions,
attacking its critics, and claiming that this information was never provided."

Mr. Sandberg also noted a new disclosure from the lawsuit Asure filed.  "Asure
disclosed in their lawsuit that they now have just over $8 million in cash and
thus have burned a whopping $3 million in shareholder money in just 2 months
since the April 30 quarter ended.   We believe this cash burn is far greater
than any shareholder would have expected given ASUR's continual forecasts for
growth and claims that ASUR is nearing year-end EBITDA breakeven.  This cash
burn can only be explained either by an increase in operating losses or a
significant non-operating spend since the end of the April quarter (such as
excessive amounts spent on their failed Go-Private effort which they have still
refused to disclose), or both.  Either way, we believe ASUR's unwillingness to
disclose how it has spent shareholder money and to answer any questions from
shareholders is largely explained by the magnitude of this loss in the face of
their publicly claimed efforts to reduce costs.  How much more are these
incumbents prepared to spend to keep themselves in control at any cost to
shareholders?" said Mr. Sandberg.

"When ASUR's Directors were publicly questioned about how they spent
shareholder money, they promptly responded by refusing to disclose the
requested information to shareholders, refusing to allow shareholders to ask
questions on a public call after reporting what we view as an awful quarter
(with a $1.4 million operating loss and a $1 million cash burn), and filing a
lawsuit to silence their critics.  This should concern all shareholders as it
does us." said David Sandberg.  Mr. Sandberg asks the Asure management, "We
have publicly released our correspondence.  Why are we the only ones disclosing
information while you are attempting to misdirect shareholders from the
important points - where has shareholder money gone?  Even in your June 30
press release, ASUR avoids all mention of the requested items.  If the
requested information is not damaging, disclose it.  If you're not paying your
son large sums of our money, disclose it.  If you have not sent executives for
years to an elite and incredibly pricey Cooper Clinic, please tell us.  If you
have not spent absurd amounts of shareholder money on a wasteful Go-Private
effort where someone dared to 'oppose' you and is now asking about it - after
shareholders soundly defeated your wasteful proposals across the board - please
tell us.  However, we are openly concerned that you have done all of these
things and that your refusal to disclose information or allow shareholders to
communicate with you is an effort to hide this information.  As a public
company, ASUR should disclose information to the owners of the business,
especially as none of these requests relate to information ASUR would need to
withhold from its competition."

Mr. Sandberg concludes, "we intend to vigorously defend these attacks and
litigation clearly aimed at hiding information and sterilizing the voting power
of shareholders who oppose entrenched Directors.  We encourage any and all
shareholders who are as outraged as we are to ask ASUR where shareholder money
has been spent - and why."

Red Oak's and Pinnacle's filings can be found at www.sec.gov by selecting
"Search" at the top right and then typing "forgent" into the box asking for the
Company Name.

If you have further questions please contact David Sandberg at (212) 614-8952
or dsandberg@redoakpartners.com.

Important Information
Pinnacle intends to file a definitive proxy statement soliciting votes for
Pinnacle's nominees to the Company's board of directors.  Pinnacle is not
asking you at this time to vote on its slate of directors.  Once Pinnacle's
definitive proxy statement for the annual meeting becomes available, Pinnacle
strongly advises stockholders to carefully read that definitive proxy
statement, as it will contain important information.   Information concerning
Pinnacle and any other persons deemed participants in Pinnacle's solicitation
of proxies from stockholders in connection with the annual meeting will be
available in Pinnacle's definitive proxy statement for the annual meeting.
Once Pinnacle's definitive proxy statement for the annual meeting becomes
available, stockholders will be able to obtain, free of charge, copies of that
statement and any other documents Pinnacle files with or furnishes to the
Securities and Exchange Commission through the Securities and Exchange
Commission's website at www.sec.gov.