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Mailit for Filemaker

Mailit is the ultimate email plug-in for FileMaker. Send and receive emails with this powerful and user friendly plug-in. No external...

December 17, 2014 By Dacons International

Egnyte HybridCloud

Most file sharing in businesses is done through email, which clogs up your mail server and multiplies versions of files confusingly. SharePoint is a runaway success, but there are plenty of alternatives that don't require you to run your own servers (or find ways of making them available to external partners).

January 27, 2012

FileBrowser for Business

FileBrowser for Business is an extended version of FileBrowser with enhanced security and control features for enterprises using MDM...

December 3, 2014 By Stratospherix

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

Another setback for university P2P

Last week, a federal judge dismissed the University of Oregon's arguments that the RIAA's attempts to obtain information on student file sharers was unduly burdensome. According to Ars Technica, the judge also ruled that the school did not receive protection under the Digital Millenium Copyright Act, since none of the files were hosted on school servers.

October 1, 2008 by

FileBrowser with Symantec

FileBrowser with Symantec is an extended version of FileBrowser with enhanced security and control features for enterprises using Symantecs...

December 2, 2014 By Stratospherix

Are Microsoft's update servers broken?

Millions of people rely on Microsoft's Automatic Updates and Windows Update to deliver critical security patches. But four days after this month's Patch Tuesday, those updates are not being delivered for many Windows users. Windows Update log files point to "heavy download traffic" as the culprit. Are Microsoft's servers collapsing under the load?

August 12, 2006 by

Inbox management

Well, I was supposed to be in Kingston,Jamaica, right about now, but there was this hurricane that passed throughFlorida earlier in the week, and the airlines/airport have understandablynot yet caught up.  So, Miami for now.  22nd floor of the Hyatt,looking out at the ocean.  Not bad.In the thread a fewdays ago about Notes client performance,the comments went off in the direction of e-mail inbox management.  We'vegot the usual "pilers" vs. "filers" arguement, withmany noting that Notes full-text search makes it so dead easy to find stuff,why bother filing.  I'm in that camp.  Others say that they can'tstand to have anything in the inbox (my friend Karen is in that camp).A recent article on IBM developerWorks:Lotus focuses on this topic as well.  Entitled, "Bestpractices for large Lotus Notes mail files",two software engineers examine the effect of large mailbox files, largeinboxes, and the number of mailboxes per server on Domino performance. The tests were done on iSeries servers, but the results certainlyhave applicability across the board.  Now if you'll excuse me, I've got togo clean up my inbox.

October 28, 2005 by

AOL home pages hit by glitch

America Online confirmed Wednesday that a "hardware error" caused a "small amount" of people to lose personal home pages hosted on the Internet giant's servers. Those affected were people using AOL Hometown, a free service that lets them publish and design personal Web pages. Hometown users began noticing the effects of the glitch last week when they tried accessing their file transfer protocol (FTP) pages and found nothing. FTP is a popular means of publishing content on the Web. This not the first time in recent memory that technical problems left some Hometown users brooding in the dark. In February, a routine server upgrade caused problems for people accessing and uploading files onto Hometown pages. AOL spokesman Nicholas Graham denied any connection between the latest issue and the previous server upgrade problems. --Jim Hu, Special to ZDNet News

June 26, 2002 by

Iomega storage takes a biz turn

Iomega is heading in a new direction. The manufacturer of personal storage products such as the Zip drive launched a new line of business Monday. It announced four new network-attached storage file servers, which lets multiple computers share a single storage device over a network. The storage file servers, aimed at small and medium businesses, start at $1,099. The new network storage products arrive at an opportune moment. They come at a time when Iomega is battling slower sales of its traditional Jazz and Zip drives, which allow people to back up files on to a removable disk. --John G. Spooner, Special to ZDNet News

March 18, 2002 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

MS warns of 'critical' flaws

Microsoft sounds the alert for security glitches in Internet Explorer, XML handling software, SQL Server and Commerce Server that could allow hackers to read files off victims' PCs or to crash servers.

February 25, 2002 by

Gateway dishes up new low-end server

Gateway has begun selling its new 930 Series servers, a low-end dual-processor model for small businesses needing to share files or run e-mail and basic databases. The system uses Intel's new Pentium III "Tualatin" processors running at 1.

November 28, 2001 by

DFS replicas the key to better data availability

A few months ago, I wrote an article entitled "Building a Windows 2000 Distributed File System." In it, I talked about how a distributed file system (DFS) can make files and directories that are scattered across multiple servers appear as though they exist on the same server.

April 15, 2001 by

The utilities that NT 4.0 forgot: Disk Defragmenter

No matter how sophisticated your RAID hardware is or how fast your disk devices are, servers that actively write and delete files slow to a crawl without routine disk defragmentation.Microsoft neglected to bundle a defrag utility with Windows NT, but several third parties stepped into the breach.

February 21, 2001 by

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