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AdaptivePersona is Tranxition's entry into the market for virtualized desktop environments. Can Tranxition out-maneuver rivals such as Citrix, Microsoft, Virtual Computer, VMware, and Wanova?
Making sure users always have access to their data is critical for business success. On Windows systems, roaming profiles have long been the answer, but those using Windows XP, Vista and now Windows 7 should consider an alternative–Windows Folder Redirection.
Here's a look at today's headlines from ZDNet and around the Web: In this edition: Apple; malware cocktails and a historical look at packaged software.
Japanese technology giant Fujitsu has won itself a place alongside IBM and others in delivering the Australian Treasury's Standard Business Reporting project.
Handset manufacturer announces netbook weighing 1.25kg and just over 2cm thick, that includes many of the same features as its high-end smartphones.
The total remuneration of Suncorp chief information officer Jeff Smith sank by more than $419,000 over the past year as the executive missed hitting short-term targets.
HP-owned EDS has won the bulk of a three-year application development and maintenance outsourcing deal with Australia's number two telco, Optus.
I received an email yesterday from a Microsoft representative regarding their Unlimited Potential Group's announcement for a new mobile software application. The funny thing about the email was that it stated the OneApp application was designed for feature phones to access mobile apps like Facebook, Twitter, Windows Live Messenger, and more around the world (and especially in emerging markets). Looking at the list of compatible devices we see a lineup of some of Nokia's finest S60 smartphones, including the E71, N95, N85, and N96. I think someone may want to educate Microsoft on their competitors since these devices are much more than just feature phones and are high end Nseries and Eseries devices.
Google Voice is a cool new service that Google is working hard on -- and part of their effort includes bringing it to mobile devices.Google has already made apps for Android, and Blackberry phones, however, Apple is playing hard to get.
I've not written about my old Floridian muckers in xG Technology for a while, because there's not been anything to write about. That's changed.
Sci-fi fans already know that director James Cameron's long-awaited follow-up to Titanic is Avatar, the biggest release so far that makes use of the latest 3-D film technologies. No doubt calculating future home-video revenues, Cameron is now teaming up with Panasonic to promote the company's 3-D HDTVs, which are slated for 2010 release.
My own feelings on Apple aside, many of us have a significant investment in Apple technology. Friday marks an important upgrade to OS X with some analysts expecting 5 million upgrades to sell by the end of September. These numbers are all well and good, but the real question is "Should we bother upgrading in Ed Tech?"
Finally, startups have access to standard legal documents that can save them as much as $50k when raising money--and protect them from predatory VCs.
Because of an upcoming job interview (yes, I am still looking, unsuccessfully), I wanted to set up a system with openSolaris and perhaps CentOS. As long as I was doing that, I decided to set up a few other server-oriented Linux distributions, and see if I could get the whole thing multi-booting.
If your company would like to take control of its greenhouse gas emissions information and other data related to energy usage and sustainability initiatives, Carbonetworks has flipped the switch on what it is calling a Performance Management Platform for this information. The application is offered as a service, so you can start pretty quickly and commit as much or as little as your company's managers are prepared.
BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion has picked up Torch Mobile, the company behind the Iris handheld browser.Iris, which is based on the WebKit rendering engine, is currently available for Windows Mobile handsets.
Traveling for work can take you to little-known cities, but that doesn't mean you need to wander the streets when you're looking for the closest copy center, train station or restaurant. ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das visits Microsoft to learn how it's multi-touch computer, Surface can point you in the right direction.