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Apple's video cloud: A first step toward a new direction?

Apple is reportedly preparing a service called iTunes Replay, which would allow users to store and stream their iTunes video purchases from Apple's servers to any Web-enabled device.The service, first reported by the Appleinsider blog and confirmed by CNET, would free up the hard drive space of iTunes customers who buy and store large video files such as movies and TV shows.

February 12, 2009 by

Zune manual sync mode lets you control your content

I upgraded one of my Zunes to the latest 3.0 software and was very pleased to read the latest news that manual sync capability is now a part of the Zune desktop software. In the past I had issues connecting my Zune to my home and work PC and losing content. You can now manually control your content and if you connect your Zune to a PC with limited hard disk space this could actually be quite beneficial. You may now delete large movie files from your PC after getting it onto the Zune and then delete it from the PC drive while it remains on the Zune.

September 18, 2008 by

IT Dojo: Remove all remnants of the Windows Vista SP1 installation files

When you install Microsoft Windows Vista Service Pack 1, the installation process leaves behind about 800 MBs of original Windows Vista files--in case you later want to remove SP1. Relative to current hard drives, 800 MBs isn't that much space. But, it's still enough space to store a couple hundred MP3 files or a few video clips. Personally, I just don't like useless files taking up space on my drives. In this IT Dojo video, Bill Detwiler shows you how to remove all those old files using the SP1 Files Removal Tool.Once you’ve watched this IT Dojo video, you can find a link to the original TechRepublic article, print the tip, and get links to additional remote support and administration resources from our IT Dojo Blog.

July 28, 2008 by

More Vista SP1 answers

Earlier this week I posted a FAQ on Windows Vista Service Pack 1. In the Talkback section of that post and via e-mail, I got a few additional questions. In this follow-up I explain why you don't need a product key and why slipstreaming a copy of SP1 into your existing Vista installation media is (almost) impossible. I also show how to reclaim disk space used by the backed-up copies of your old system files.

February 13, 2008 by

News.com: IBM patches Lotus flaw

CNET and others have reported on new securitypatches that were already included in Notes 6.5.5 and now this week areavailable in Notes 7.0.1.IBM has issued a patch for ahalf dozen "highly critical" security flaws in versions of itsLotus Notes, which could allow a malicious attacker to execute arbitrarycode remotely when users access files through the Notes attachment viewer.I acknowledge a left-hand right-hand problem here.  Imade a particularly boastful claim about the Notes client not having hadto be security patched over the years during one of my Lotusphere sessions,while we had in fact put such a patch in the most recent version of thecode.  My mistake.  However, I'd still take Notes/Domino's historyin the security space over 20 other enterprise software products -- theythought it out right at the start, and even in this case, the file viewersare somewhat orthogonal to the "core" code.Link: News.com:IBM patches Lotus flaw >Link: Lotus.com/security(updated technotes) >

February 13, 2006 by

NASA site collects Columbia pictures

In an attempt to cast the widest possible net in its investigation into the destruction of the space shuttle, NASA posted a site that lets people send pictures and images via the Web. The site, which went live Saturday, gives instructions for submitting files through an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) Web site.

February 3, 2003 by

EMC upgrades Celerra file server

Storage giant EMC has upgraded its Celerra File Server, a device that enables fast access to files and data stored over computer networks, with larger capacity and other improvements, the company said Thursday. The Celerra Data Mover 510 product lets 14 file servers be ganged together, providing a total of 52 terabytes of storage space that collectively can handle 224 direct network connections. In addition, Celerra supports several high-end software features at EMC, including replication of file systems in case of emergency and protection against network failure. The product also natively supports Windows 2000, has a software to ease configuration, and can have its data backed up without a performance drop. --Stephan Shankland, Special to ZDNet News

March 4, 2002 by

Apple enters Internet services arena

With the launch of Apple Computer Corp.'s (Nasdaq: AAPL) new Internet strategy, the company is entering a new arena, one already populated with companies offering comparable services, such as free disk space for files.

February 4, 2000 by

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