IT Weekly Roundup, Sept. 30
From the business wires this week: a remote desktop solution for 64-bit Windows, a portable fingerprint scanner for laptops, a spam filter for Outlook and 64-bit servers and workstations.
- By Dan Hong
- September 30, 2005
released Remote Desktop Suite Premium 64 bit
server-based support for 64-bit Windows, network printers, thin clients and
Microsoft Terminal Service licenses. http://www.thinprint.com
Bocada Inc. announced that its BackupReport software now supports
Oracle Recovery Manager, in addition to prior support for storage management
applications from IBM, HP, StorageTek, Veritas, EMC/Legato, CA and others. Additional
modules to support Exchange, IBM DB2, SQL Server, SAP and other enterprise apps
are in development. http://www.bocada.com
Bharosa Inc. announced the launch of its Virtual Authentication Devices,
graphical images users can use for online account login. The products offer
fraud monitoring, analysis and tracking of each login session, and server-side
infrastructure which deploys to any number of users or groups of users. http://www.bharosa.com
|Store and access all your login
IDs on your laptop with APC's PCMIA Password Manager.
American Power Conversion released a fingerprint scanner for laptop
users with its PCMIA Password Manager solution, allowing users to biometrically
secure their notebooks. With the PCMIA card, users can store up to 20 different
fingerprints, or users, and an unlimited number of login names and passwords.
Priced at $149.99. http://www.apc.com
Highwall Technologies released an outdoor model of its Highwall Sentinel
sensor. The Highwall Sentinel 600 is a waterproof, hardened sensor that
monitors for wireless 802.11a/b/g network devices and detects and prevents intrusions.
The sensor has built-in support for Power over Ethernet, giving it power and
data over a single Ethernet cable. http://www.highwalltech.com
Axaware LLC released its artificial intelligence-based spam filter,
SpamBully 3 for Outlook and Outlook Express. The filter can also allow
or block messages based by e-mail address, domain or keywords. Priced at $29.95
for a single-user license. http://www.spambully.com
HPC Systems Inc. announced the availability of the new Dual-Core AMD
Opteron processors Model 880 and Model 280 across its entire line of products,
which includes servers, workstations, storage and supercomputing cluster solutions.
Penguin Computing also announced that its Altus family or Linux-based
rackmount servers will feature the 64-bit Dual-Core AMD Operton processor Model
Data Networks International launched its new Web site for buying, selling
and servicing used, refurbished and surplus networking hardware from manufacturers
like Cisco, Juniper, Extreme and Foundry at 50-90 percent discount. http://www.dni-llc.com
TechRestore Inc. launched its LaptopRestore service, offering
overnight repair and upgrade of PC notebooks in the continental United States.
Service costs $79, which includes all overnight shipping charges, and can be
scheduled online at TechRestore.com
or by calling 1-877-34-REPAIR.