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DataCore adds iSCSI package to Sanmelody

DataCore has introduced a range of iSCSI management software based on its Sanmelody 2.0 product. The basic package supports multiterabyte virtual storage pools, disc performance acceleration technology, simple Windows disc migration for SQL and Exchange users, and "point and click" disc capacity. 

Chart FX aids Visual Studio development

Software FX has developed a charting and data visualisation tool for software developers. Chart FX for Visual Studio 2005 integrates with the Smart Tags feature of Visual Studio, and Visual Studio 2005 themes. It allow developers to connect to data sources, create, configure and deploy charts in complex computing environments.

Dell launches disaster recovery services

Dell has launched business continuity services designed for large and small businesses. The services aim to help reduce downtime and prevent business interruption or data loss, Dell said. The services include an equipment replacement service that involves the dispatch of identical or more powerful hardware in as little as two hours.

iAnywhere updates synchronisation tool

Sybase subsidiary iAnywhere has released version 5.4 of its XTNDConnect PC mobile device-to-desktop synchronisation software. Version 5.4 adds support for Windows Mobile 5.0 devices and the latest Sony Ericsson models, including the W800i Walkman phone and K750i device.

New version of Quest Group Policy Manager

Quest Software has released version 2.5 of Quest Group Policy Manager. The company said the product has been redesigned with a client/server architecture for more granular and secure delegation of authority to make changes to group policy in Windows. Change reporting and notification features have also been enhanced.

 


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