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March 11, 2015 By Berry Wing

Barcode Scan to Web

Scan barcodes into;- Google Docs Forms (spreadsheets)- Your own intranet web site- Any web siteScan to Web provides the iOS device...

April 16, 2012 by

SQL Server 2012

SQL Server 2012 supports everything from departmental servers to large-scale enterprise clouds. With Hadoop integration imminent there's much to be said for upgrading — if only to prepare your datacentre for big-data private clouds. Just keep an eye out for the effect of per-core licensing on your costs.

November 4, 2011 by

Fujitsu introduces pay-as-you-grow storage array

Fujitsu has introduced a data storage array with a revamped licensing model and better software for tiering data across different types of drives.The Eternus DX8700 S2 Disk Storage Systems family, announced by Fujitsu on Wednesday and due for general availability in February 2012, is a storage array that can support 3,072 drives in either SAS, Nearline SAS and SSD formats across both 2.

March 9, 2015 By Berry Wing

Scan to Note

Scan to Note is a basic barcode scanner.A great option for bring your own device (BYOD) barcode scanning and/or inventory. Use scanning...

July 30, 2014 By ccSolutions


Serial-vault securely stores all your software registration keys, files, and install programs making it easy to re-install your programs...

May 5, 2006 by

Storage licensing doesn't add up

A fledgling user group claims plenty of storage vendors are unfairly using per terabyte pricing/licensing models for storage software, despite the explosion in data levels. Naveen Sharma, Griffith University's associate director of information services, recently started the first Storage Networking User Group (SNUG) in Brisbane.

December 20, 2004 by

Telstra maps out future with Universal buyout

Sensis has acquired mapping specialist and licensing partner Universal Publishers in a transaction the Telstra subsidiary claims places it at the forefront of the digital mapping industry.The acquisition -- announced this morning -- brings together Universal's urban and regional mapping data and Sensis' digital mapping business.

June 2, 2004 by

U.N. guides Sun software pricing in developing world

Sun Microsystems announced in Shanghai today that it would use United Nations economic data to set fees under a new population-based enterprise software licensing scheme aimed at developing countries.Laurie Wong, software business manager for Sun, said that the new licensing scheme would allow developing nations to pay between US$0.

March 4, 2003 by

EMC, Hitachi settle storage suits

Storage makers EMC and Hitachi on Tuesday settled their patent-infringement suits and countersuits, agreeing to cross-license patents and exchange technology. The five-year agreement calls for cross-licensing of their intellectual property and for mutual releases between EMC and Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) and Hitachi Computer Products, subsidiaries of the Japanese manufacturing giant.

June 24, 2002 by

Loudcloud: High stakes in EDS deal

The company is betting its business on hopes that its licensing deal with Electronic Data Systems will be approved. But if the deal disintegrates, Loudcloud could face a cash crunch.

May 20, 2002 by

Companies prepare video-recording format

Nine companies announced Monday that they will begin disclosing details for the latest large-capacity digital video-recording format, called "Blu-ray Disc," on June 14. The companies include Hitachi, LG Electronics, Matsushita Electric Industrial, Pioneer, Royal Philips Electronics, Samsung Electronics, Sharp, Sony and Thomson Multimedia. The companies will be called "Blu-ray Disc Founders" and will pursue a broad acceptance of the format. The companies will promote the new format and begin licensing it around the end of June. "Blu-ray Disc" discs will store up to 27GB of data on a single-sided 12cm disc. Drives will use a short-wavelength blue-violet laser instead of the red lasers in current optical drives to read data off discs. --Richard Shim, Special to ZDNet Net

January 24, 2002

Nextel, Motorola to cultivate BlackBerry

Research In Motion said Thursday that it will work with Motorola to develop a version of the BlackBerry handheld that works on Nextel Communications' network. The device, which will look like a handheld computer but be able to make voice calls as well as handle wireless data, should be available in the fourth quarter. RIM said the deal was a multiyear agreement to provide units to Nextel. Also, Motorola and RIM have signed a licensing agreement allowing each company to incorporate technology from the other in certain of its products. RIM has a separate deal with VoiceStream to bring the BlackBerry to its network. The company has been talking since last year about enabling its devices to make phone calls. --Ian Fried, Special to ZDNet News

July 16, 2001 by

Court affirms download patent

E-Data insists it owns the patent for Internet software downloads, and an appeals court says the company may be right. At stake are licensing fees that could make the E-Data richer than Microsoft.


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