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Kar Power Faster

KAR Power Faster is the only software used to optimize the energy power of your laptop, notebook or ultrabook making it faster and...

December 18, 2012 by IA-KAR

Syncing Evolution & Google Apps

I have been playing with my new Android phone, the T-Mobile Pulse Mini. It’s great, because I can use Remember The Milk task management (in a GTD-stylee) on my laptop, and sync it with my phone.

May 21, 2010 by

CPU Frequency Scaling

Reducing the CPU speed is an important part of power management in modern laptop computers. In fact, running the CPU at a lower speed not only saves power, it reduces the heat production, which reduces the need for the cooling fan to run, saving even more power, and making the laptop itself feel less "hot" or "warm" to the touch (or to your lap).

April 3, 2009 by

Xandros joins Viyya Tech in mobile device push

Xandros, which makes the Windows-like Linux distribution used in ASUS's popular Eee PC sub-laptop, has signed a deal with information-management software maker Viyya Technologies to jointly target portable devices such as laptops and mobile Internet devices.

May 6, 2008 by

ManageEngine Desktop Central

This Enterprise Desktop Management Software provides Software Deployment, Patch Management, Asset Management, Remote Desktop Sharing,...

June 5, 2011 by ZOHO

Volt

Leaving your computer on all the time is one way to have your computer ready for you whenever you need it, but it is not the smart...

May 17, 2009 by ACAPsoft

Rethinking Risk Management

Almost every white paper on IT Risk Management starts with the advice to first identify and assign values to every IT asset. This means finding and cataloging every PC, laptop, printer, server, etc.

June 21, 2005 by

Keeping up with on-the-go attorneys

As far back as 1995, the management of Los Angeles-based law firm Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP knew it had to furnish its attorneys with a way to stay productive while visiting scores of clients and traveling between sites, including the firm's nine offices.Until 1999, the preferred method of communication was the laptop computer.

January 16, 2002 by

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