The Stellar Benefits of SOS Backup?

Post dateDecember 10th, 2015 by SuperAdministrator! in Uncategorized | No Comments »

SOS-BackupIf you use a computer on a regular basis you probably need to start thinking about how you are going to back up your data so that you can protect it. If you use a computer constantly you have probably already been thinking about this issue. Either way, we are here to tell you the benefits of using the SOS Backup? system.

SOS Backup? is one of the best online backup systems you can find. It?s cloud-based and it allows you to have an unlimited amount of storage. Did you read that? I wrote unlimited! And it?s true! Many other programs boast that they will provide their users with unlimited storage but there is usually a catch or additional fee attached to that. The only catch for SOS Backup? is that the unlimited …

HP’s Services Define The Company

Post dateDecember 3rd, 2015 by SuperAdministrator! in Business Models | No Comments »

hpsFor Hewlett-Packard Co., the problem isn’t selling its line of printers, PCs, servers and other high-tech products; the problem is figuring out who it is selling to.

The problem – compounded in business-to-business direct marketing by the high degree of job mobility and the fact that the end users and the buyers are often not the same people – is Judith Kincaid’s to overcome.

Ms. Kincaid is worldwide customer information manager for HP, the Palo Alto, Calif.based computer company that had $38.4 billion in sales last year and that last month announced its goal of jumping from the No. 3 PC maker to No. 1 by the year 2001.

Ms. Kincaid, a 19-year company veteran who oversaw the construction of the company’s U.S. marketing database when she was U.S. database marketing manager from

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Changing Direction In The Best Way Possible

Post dateDecember 2nd, 2015 by SuperAdministrator! in Business Models, Marketing | 1 Comment »

ptpibFor years, Thermwood Corp. produced custom routers for the woodworking and plastics industries. But while customization made customers happy, it wreaked havoc at Thermwood.

Its engineers couldn’t keep pace with the design requirements of its customers and, as a job shop, it couldn’t exploit any process or cost efficiencies. In fact, customization was putting the Dale, Ind.-based manufacturer out of business.

To turn itself around, Thermwood cloned the advertising techniques of leading PC makers and adopted a radical – for it – marketing approach that flies in the face of what many gurus are preaching today: Thermwood shifted to a standardized product line.

Thermwood’s top-to-bottom marketing overhaul has pulled the company back from the brink after fundamental changes in its business had pushed the company close to extinction.

Custom product, low profit

“Business

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Technology Changes Research Markedly

Post dateNovember 30th, 2015 by SuperAdministrator! in Marketing | No Comments »

tcrmRichard Hare’s new briefcase epitomizes changes hitting the average business research company.

The senior VP-general manager-North East of Elrick & Lavidge, Paramus, N.J., used to carry his cellular phone, laptop and other modern business accoutrements with him, but as work began infringing more into his personal life, he soon found his conservative leather briefcase impractical.

“We are all stuck in business 24 hours a day, seven days a week,” Mr. Hare says. “I got so tired of transferring all of my electronics from a briefcase to a ditty bag, I decided that if I’m going to live my life as much as my job, I’m going to get one bag that will be good for everything.”

Thanks to the ongoing communications revolution, many in business research, like Mr. Hare, are finding that

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How To Recover Promise RAID Arrays

Post dateNovember 25th, 2015 by SuperAdministrator! in The Web | No Comments »

rgeoSure, the companies say you can recover promise RAID arrays but at what price does RAID recovery come in at? (The answer is here.)? Some people still call their customer service hotline saying it is not as effective as the advertisements say because they still lose their files. This is actually not true and the way they recover the files is incorrect. The files will be recovered when they are properly backed up. There are actually so many customers complaining about the RAID service but there is nothing they can do because their files were not backed up properly and it is not RAID?s fault.

There is no other reliable brands in the market for hard drives but the best one you can get is RAID. They are reliable and fast unlike other brands in the market. RAID is one of the most famous brands in the market but according to some users, they are not that perfect and reliable because of their own negligence. They have some recovery systems for their hard drives but most of the times, the files get infected because the user fails to install anti-virus so it gets infected and corrupted despite the separated folder for back up. There are many reasons why the RAID fails to recover the files and most of the time, the customer neglects saving backup?which cause file loss.

What Does The Recover Promise RAID Promise?

According to what the commercial advertises, recover promise RAID promises to recover your lost but backed up files. However, according to the users, some RAID recovery services do more than they promise! Most reports or calls to customer service centers have said that they lost their backed up files after their hard drive has been infested with virus or when the whole file has been corrupted because of incompatibility. When it comes to recovering files, it seems like their maintenance system is not worth downloading. Many have complained about the poor service of other brands but none for RAID.

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LAN Manager Was A Dog Straight Out Of The Box

Post dateNovember 21st, 2015 by SuperAdministrator! in The Web | No Comments »

lanmOne of the most confusing issues concerning Windows NT has been the degree of networking that NT will include and the role of LAN Manager in future NT-based networks. Microsoft itself has obscured the facts on occasion, referring to the network services in Windows NT as peer-to-peer when, in reality, Windows NT will include the same kind of file-server software that has traditionally been provided in LAN Manager.

That server software will be limited to serving single-domain networks of DOS, Windows and OS/2 workstations. Networks can have any number of servers, and you can use the software on a peer-to-peer or a client/server basis. In other words, you can run the server and share your local hard disk, and run the client and access other servers, or you can simply dedicate a few …