Nokia delays 770 Tablet to iron out bugs
Nokia has delayed shipping its Linux-driven Internet Tablet PC because of software problems. The 770 Internet Tablet was due to be launched last month, but Nokia has confirmed it is being withheld to iron out software bugs in the system. The device is now expected later this year. The Internet Tablet is designed to allow users to access the web and e-mail while on the move.
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Print server to support 64-bit environment
Print management software supplier ThinPrint has developed a print server environment for 64-bit Windows. The Remote Desktop Suite Premium 64-bit is designed to provide remote access, up to 70% more users per server, 80% less network load during printing, and direct support for 32-bit printer drivers, the company said. The product includes Microsoft Terminal Service licences for turning a Windows 2003 server into a complete 64-bit server-based computing environment.
QLogic HBAs certified by EMC as E-Lab Tested
The Sanblade 4Gbytes Fibre Channel host bus adapter (HBA) from QLogic has been certified by storage supplier EMC as E-Lab Tested. The certification means QLogic HBAs can be used to connect EMC Clariion networked storage systems to servers with high-performance PCI-X 2.0 and PCI-Express slots, to support business continuity. Both single and dual-port versions of Sanblade 4Gbyte HBAs have been certified.
Deviceshield developed to stop theft via mobiles
IT auditing and helpdesk software supplier Layton Technology has developed a product to help prevent people stealing corporate data via mobile devices. Deviceshield controls who is authorised to connect which devices to their PCs, and therefore the corporate network, and which files can be downloaded to or uploaded from portable storage devices. Alerts are generated in the event of an unauthorised device being used.