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FileRecover

FileRecover 2008 is a powerful file-recovery and undelete solution for FAT, NTFS, NTFS5, and Ext2FS file systems FileRecover2008 is...

September 8, 2008 by Aceterm

Windows Intune Wave D: Tooled up for BYOD

Microsoft has updated its cloud-hosted management platform with expanded OS support and direct (EAS-free) management of a range of mobile devices. It can also integrate with the on-premises System Center 2012.

March 5, 2013 by

SabPub Mac Trojan in the wild, says Kaspersky

Hackers have targeted Apple users with a fresh Mac OS X Trojan, weeks after Apple released two OS X updates to combat the Flashback Trojan.The SabPub Trojan is being controlled from a website hosted in Fremont, California, security company Kaspersky said in a blog post on Saturday.

April 16, 2012 by

Google's Chrome OS: Printing works fine

Everything on Google's Cr-48 laptop is browser based, but printing a document---hosted in the cloud of course---requires Google Cloud Print. Verdict: Ease of printing won't be a hurdle for the Chrome OS.

December 9, 2010 by

vOptimizer Pro 2.1

This suite automatically reclaims over-allocated and under-utilised storage in Windows virtual machines. With SAN storage costing around £10/GB, Vizioncore's vOptimizer Pro could quickly pay for itself.

April 30, 2009 by

Sun VDI 3.0 offers choice

Sun's approach would allow it to support the overwhelming majority of workloads. About the only exception would be hosting Apple Mac OS X applications. That isn't Sun's issue, however. Apple's terms and conditions simply don't allow Mac OS X to be hosted inside of a virtual machine (talk about missing the boat.)

March 24, 2009 by

Power Email Recovery for Outlook Express

Power Email Recovery for Outlook Express is a professional data recovery software that recovers damaged *.dbx files where MS Outlook...

April 2, 2008 by MT Solution

Conversation with Juergen Geck of Open-Xchange

Open-Xchange has made a great deal of progress since my time with them. They've developed a hosted version of their collaborative application software (available as an offering through several hosting companies), updated their packaged server solution, added a new "appliance" edition and have announced the support of iPhone and Mac OS X-based systems to the long list of supported clients.

December 10, 2008 by

Apple restricts 3rd party developers with lack of multi-tasking on the iPhone

I was on a research vessel working offline last week when the iPhone SDK details were revealed by Steve Jobs and others at Apple, but that evening when I read all the news I was extremely happy to see Exchange ActiveSync support because my hosted Exchange service with 4Smartphone is what allows me to bounce between about 6 mobile phones and 2 or 3 notebooks in a given week without worrying about what PIM data is created and used on any of them. However, after reading more about the iPhone SDK and calming down a bit after seeing the amazing game possibilities and other 3rd party applications the news of lack of multi-tasking took me back to 1999 and thoughts of the Palm OS.

March 9, 2008 by

Recover - Drive and Data Recovery

Undelete and recover your important files such as Word/Excel documents, database files, and all other files even MP3s and MPGs as were...

July 24, 2005 by Wrinx Labs

Palm offers wireless backup option for Palm OS-based devices

I travel quite a bit and for people like us that rely on the data stored on their handhelds having a good backup is critical. I discovered how valuable a hosted Exchange service can be and rarely sync directly to a computer anymore. The new beta of Palm Backup does even more than a hosted Exchange service can do in terms of backing up your data. Palm Backup saves a copy of your contacts, calendar, memo, tasks, browser bookmarks, speed dials, and call logs to a secure server from anywhere you have wireless coverage. You can setup a backup schedule or perform manual backups when you want. You should still perform regular backups to a storage card for your applications and other files, but this is a great way to know your vital data is backed up. The service is available from Palm for free for now, but there will be a fee structure when the service rolls out of beta. The Palm Backup service works with the Treo 700p, Treo 680, and Treo 650 Palm OS based smartphones.

April 13, 2007 by

Apple makes play for gamers

The Mac made a strong showing on the floor of last week's Game Developers Conference, where Apple hosted sessions covering Mac OS X and other technologies.

March 12, 2000 by

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