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Verdiem extends power management software to Mac

In a concession to growing marketshare for the Macintosh operating system, power management software company Verdiem has extended its flagship product to support the OS with Surveyor 5.5.
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Written by Heather Clancy, Contributor on

In a concession to growing marketshare for the Macintosh operating system, power management software company Verdiem has extended its flagship product to support the OS with Surveyor 5.5. Other features in the new version include additional integration with the power management features in Windows 7 and expanded security support, including support for 802.1x Network Authentication Protocol. The software also includes additional support for the sorts for reports that people want to run to keep track of their energy efficiency efforts, including baseline energy comparisons and actual operational hours for desktops and laptops.

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