SugarSync is my favorite cloud backup, access, and sync service and today launched updated Android and iOS apps to improve the service for both platforms.
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It was way back in early 2006 when we read that ACCESS and PalmSource announced the ACCESS Linux Platform (ALP) that was initially intended to be the next Palm operating system. While Palm no longer has any ties to ACCESS, we heard in October that Emblaze Mobile Ltd. introduced the first ELSE mobile device running the ELSE INTUITION platform based on ALP. I had the chance to talk with Amir Kupervas, CEO, and Eldad Eilam, Chief Technology Officer, from Else Mobile and captured much of our conversation in the 20+ minute video you see below.
I occasionaly use database applications on my mobile devices, primarily for tracking my paid time off and for making gift lists. Many enterprise users need a database program that provides lots of functionality and that works with desktop solutions like Access (bi-directional conduit support in HanDBase). One of the most powerful, yet easy-to-use programs I have tried on my devices in HanDBase and it was just updated to version 4.0. There are over 2,000 databases already created by users that you can use or even download and modify for your own customization on the HanDBase site. Check out the press release for all the details.
Going on the road with only a mobile device can be a tragic experience if your data gets corrupted or lost and you do not have a recent backup in hand. There are solutions for all mobile platforms and Sprite Software develops some of the most powerful and user friendly utilities. Get a backup solution now and backup your devices regularly.