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Filmkonzern zieht Komödie zurück: Steckt Nordkorea wirklich hinter dem Sony-Hack?
Sony Pictures hat den Kinostart der Nordkorea-Komödie "The Interview" abgesagt, der Schaden könnte hundert Millionen Dollar betragen. Haben wirklich Hacker aus Pjöngjang den Konzern dazu gezwungen? Antworten auf die wichtigen Fragen.
Les Français veulent imposer à leur banque un nouvel équilibre des forces
Selon une étude de Solucom, le divorce entre les clients et leur banque est consommé. Grâce au numérique, ils souhaitent reprendre la main sur un certain nombre d'opérations et gagner en autonomie.

Asite are pleased to announce the arrival of ABP London on to the Adoddle Cloud platform

(The Hosting News) –   ABP has extensive experience in delivering business ports such as the one to be built in London’s Royal Albert Dock close to London City Airport. The company was founded in China in 2003 by its Chairman, Xu Weiping, and has established a reputation for developing large scale enterprise districts, through significant projects, bringing together clusters of companies. In China, ABP stands for Advanced Business Park and in the UK it refers to the Asian Business Port at Royal Albert Dock.

Royal Albert Dock is being transformed into London’s third business district and represents a unique opportunity for companies from Asia to reach new markets in Europe and for European enterprises seeking to do business with them to locate alongside.

The development is a new trading hub never seen before in the UK which is being created to allow companies to own their own office buildings outright which in itself is a rare opportunity within London, and as a vibrant business district it will bring prosperity and allow expanding companies to thrive. The project is the biggest commercial property deal to be struck by London Mayor Boris Johnson after his extensive promotion to potential Asian investors. It is also one of the largest development schemes planned for the capital and among China’s largest investments in the UK to date. Newham Council agreed to three interconnected planning applications that outline the whole scheme and also contain detailed proposals for its first phase, comprising offices, serviced apartments and shops. The range of companies coming to Royal Albert Dock will be as diverse as the business cultures of Europe and Asia including established financial institutions from both continents, high tech businesses and creative businesses as well as the headquarters for companies with a firm foundation in retail and production.

The benefits the Asian Business Port at Royal Albert Dock in London will cascade to suppliers operating in every sector and the employment opportunities will be extensive with companies setting up business here for the first time in Europe will be seeking a skilled local workers. The Asian Business Port will include 4.7m square feet of floor space in the Royal Docks area, to the east of Canary Wharf, on a site previously owned by the public sector. It aims to attract Asia companies to open European offices in east London.

The developers, Chinese property company Advanced Business Park and Stanhope, of the UK, hope the Royal Docks will become London’s third financial district after the City of London and Canary Wharf. Mr Xu Weiping, said the plans would “transform the derelict site into London’s next business district”, Mr Xu added that Newham Council’s decision to approve the scheme was “a huge step forward for the wider regeneration of the Royal Docks”.

ABP will relocate its headquarters from China to the 35-acre site, which will be connected to London’s transport network by the new Crossrail train line. Wei Jiao, Development Manager at ABP in London had this to say, “Asite have clearly demonstrated the return on investment with their vast spectrum of intuitive cloud Applications that streamline project processes and deliver business intelligence to our teams on the ground, enabling our decision makers to harness instant information that influence project progress positively”.

About Asite
Formed in 2001, Asite helps people share information and build knowledge in a secure environment in the cloud. Every day, people all over the world use Asite to manage their projects and supply chains collaboratively to get the information they need – when and where they need it. As 2014 is now “the year of Adoddle” the Asite team officially launched Adoddle on March 17th in Tech City’s Shoreditch Town Hall. Asite are set to change the face of Collaborative Software in the Cloud; with 360° clarity, drag & drop simplicity Adoddle users are no more than few clicks away from their data.

Asite offer hosted applications and solutions designed for the construction and infrastructure industries enabling clients to build better, safer, and more cost-effective buildings and assets. With more than 200,000 active users daily, Asite are market leaders and educators in collaborative working, assisting property owners and the AEC and infrastructure supply chains to achieve collaborative working.

Adoddle, Asite’s Collaborative platform is a mature and full-featured content management system which is designed to handle a wide range of content from intelligent forms to multimedia supplier catalogues running into the millions of line items, video, complex BIM and product models, and files of all types. Adoddle allows you to store all of your content in one central, secure repository and enables customers to fully customize the structure of their content with highly controlled access.

For more information on the Royal Albert Docks please check out their website and virtual tour of the new site http://abp-london.co.uk/

Asite are pleased to announce the arrival of ABP London on to the Adoddle Cloud platform

FarStone Released Total Backup Recovery 10.5, 2015 which Greatly Improves Efficiency and Usability

(The Hosting News) – FarStone known for their refined Total Backup and Recovery® solution, announced the release of FarStone Total Backup Recovery 10.5, the 2015 edition. Total Backup Recovery 10.5 is redesigned to 64-bit to maximize its performance. In addition, version 10.5 includes new features such as previewing images inside Windows, Dynamic PE generation, and tools for repairing boot issues. The software size had also been dramatically reduced, allowing the program to be more flexible and less taxing on systems.

Total Backup Recovery automatically backs up your entire machine, including system files, applications, favorites, business contracts, presentations, emails, and documents.

“But what makes Total Backup Recovery different from other backup programs is that not only it backs up all data on a system, but also increase disk efficiency by performing perfect defragmentation and removes junk files on images. It also utilizes the patented Rapid Restore technology that lets business quickly get workstations and servers up and running after disasters strike,” said Peter Lin, Product Manager at FarStone.

Preview Files in Backup Image with Windows Explorer

Double-click a backup image to view its contents. You can browse through folders hierarchy to view, copy, or restore specific files and folders.

True Smart Disk Imaging

Smart disk imaging backup will exclude Windows redundant files, such as temp files, and defrag all files on the fly before writing to the backup image. On average, the result is 30GB-70GB disk space saved and all files in backup image are fully defragged.

Total Backup Recovery 2015 Main Enhancements

Preview backup Images with Windows file explorer
Generate bootable media from current system (Dynamic PE)
Repair tools for repairing boot issues
Backup bootable device settings features
Bitlocker and encrypted file system (EFS) supported
VHDx virtual machine, import/export jobs and logs

Total Backup Recovery 2015 Key Features

Preview contents in backup images with Windows file explorer
Cloud backup
AES 256 bit encryption, compression, and password
Universal/dissimilar restore
True Rapid restore
Perfect Defrag
True Smart Disk Imaging
Convert to VMware or Hyper-v (P2V and V2P)
Bare-metal system restore

Availability & Pricing:

Total Backup Recovery is $59.95 for home edition, and is $79.95 for business workstations. Committing to our customer satisfaction policy, Total Backup Recovery 10.5 is free to upgrade for all version 10 users. 50% off for all prior edition users. Please visit http://www.farstone.com/software/totalrecovery-pro.php for more info.

About FarStone Technology, Inc.

Founded in 1993, FarStone is one of the leading providers to consumers and businesses for PC backup, data recovery, hard disk imaging, and virtual CD/DVD solution. Headquartered in Irvine, CA, the company licenses its PC and server backup software to corporations, small-medium businesses, educational institutions and consumers worldwide. FarStone’s global technology partners include Intel, AOL, Asus, Phoenix Technologies, Trend Micro, and MSI.

FarStone Released Total Backup Recovery 10.5, 2015 which Greatly Improves Efficiency and Usability

Satcom Direct Introduces Data Center Solutions Provider TerraCom Direct

(The Hosting News) – Satcom Direct, the leading provider of satellite communications products, training and support services, has expanded its capabilities by launching a new data center solutions provider, TerraCom Direct.

“Information security is a huge issue for businesses and individuals. Our new data center is the key to safeguarding connectivity and communications streams, and better securing the missions of our customers. Satcom Direct and TerraCom Direct customers can have enterprise level security for air, land and sea,” said Jim Jensen, CEO and Founder of Satcom Direct.

The facility not only hosts and protects clients’ critical business technology systems and information, it secures Satcom Direct aviation, maritime and terrestrial-based services. Whether data traffic is generated in the air, on the ground, or on the water, TerraCom Direct is constantly monitoring in an effort to detect and report potentially malicious activity to customers.

TerraCom Direct creates highly-secure solutions designed to meet client specifications and corporate security requirements. All security policies are in accordance with SSAE 16 and FISMA recommendations and the operation is SSAE 16 SOC 1 type 2 compliant. TerraCom Direct was built to accommodate a wide array of network requirements – whether hosting, power, cooling, or security, all can be scaled to meet changing demands.

“The key advantage we have over other data solution providers is flexibility. We offer a wide range of connectivity options, so whether the client simply needs rack space, a private network, or full migration to the cloud, we have the expertise and the capabilities. With our highly-redundant infrastructure and 24/7 support, we do everything possible to ensure 100 percent uptime and uninterrupted service,” said Rich Pilock, president of TerraCom Direct.

TerraCom Direct: TerraCom Direct brings enterprise-level security capabilities to data transmissions in the air, on the ground and on the water. Headquartered in Viera, FL, TerraCom Direct’s 25,000-sq-ft facility is built to Tier III standards, incorporates state-of-the-art data center construction techniques and is designed to withstand a Category 5 hurricane. Services include co-location of clients’ servers and infrastructure, cloud hosting including private and public options, as well as consulting expertise to develop and implement solutions such as migration to the cloud and setting up private networks.

To learn about airborne and terrestrial data security solutions, visit http://www.terracomdirect.com or call +1.321.610.5900.

“Terracom Direct” is a d/b/a for ndtHost,LLC.

Satcom Direct: Satcom Direct is the leading provider of satellite voice and broadband data solutions serving businesses, military, governments and heads of state. The company is a premier Inmarsat Distribution Partner, Iridium Service Partner, and ViaSat Yonder’s preferred reseller. Satcom Direct continues to advance its services through mobile applications and value adds – from flight deck datalink to cabin communications – making Satcom Direct the leader in aeronautical satcom service.

Satcom Direct’s headquarters and primary operations center is located in Satellite Beach, Florida, with additional office locations in the United States (+1.321.777.3000); Canada (+1.514.900.3009); Brazil (+55.11.2538.9068); Farnborough, UK (+44.1252.554.460); Dubai, UAE (+971.488.79118); Hong Kong (+852.5364.0279); Geneva, Switzerland (+; and Moscow, Russia (+7.926.283.66.06).

For more information regarding Satcom Direct, visit http://www.satcomdirect.com. To view Satcom Direct’s portable satellite communication equipment and services, including satellite phones and BGAN units, visit http://www.satcomstore.com, e-mail mobileops(at)satcomdirect(dot)com, or call +1.321.777.0771.

Satcom Direct Introduces Data Center Solutions Provider TerraCom Direct

Century 21, l'enseigne immobilière la plus numérique
Selon un baromètre de l'agence conseil Estives, Century 21 est l'enseigne immobilière la plus active sur les réseaux sociaux devant Orpi et Era. Constat : les réseaux les plus importants ne sont pas nécessairement les plus efficaces sur la Toile.

L'ICANN victime d'une campagne d'hameçonnage : des données exposées
L'Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) en charge de la gestion des noms de domaine de premier niveau, a annoncé avoir été victime d'une attaque de phishing sur ses employés. Des [...]

Sigfox et Matooma surfent sur la vague de l'Internet des objets
Les deux start-up, présentes au CES de Las Vegas 2015, engrangent clients et revenus sur les marchés télécoms liés aux objets connectés. Avec des levées de fonds en perspective.

L'Europe étudie la plainte d'Uber contre la justice française
Le leader des VTC, Uber, a porté plainte auprès de la Commission européenne contre la loi Thévenoud, qu'il juge en faveur des taxis. L'Europe étudie les arguments de la société. Uber est sous le f [...]

BSI-Sicherheitsbericht: Hacker legten deutschen Hochofen lahm
Der Sicherheitsbericht des IT-Bundesamts zeichnet ein düsteres Bild: Computerkriminelle werden immer professioneller, besonders betroffen sind alte Windows- und Android-Versionen. Sogar ein Stahlwerk wurde zum Hacker-Ziel.
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