September 21, 2008
Even though there is a constant flow of new technologies and inventions in the software and music industries, I am always on the lookout for quality programs that are efficient and easy to use. One such a product that I recently came across is Blaze Media Pro. This is basically an all-in-one multimedia application that allows you to accomplish all of your conversion needs quickly and simply. This isn’t just a regular audio converter. With this software you can covert, burn, rip, record, and playback music and video files. VCD, DVD, and SVCD are all supported so you can be sure your converting needs are taken care of.
One of the many concerns that people have when converting their audio and video files is making sure that whatever file it is saved on is able to be converted successfully to the desired format, without jeopardizing the quality of the file. This software supports all of the major formats including CD, MP3, WAV, WMA, OGG, MPEG-4, AIFF, M4A, AAC, AC3, FLAC, and ALAC. Video formats with two-way conversions include ASF, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, AVI, and others. Features included in this software are video editing, copying of music CDs, combining and extraction, video creation, audio tag editing and more. This software can serve as your audio converter, video encoder, and MOV Converter all in one.
September 15, 2008
A Linux family is made up of many distributions or distros numbering to hundreds that are in active development. They are constantly being revised and improved and have taken a wide variety of forms because most of the kernel and supporting packages are some combination of free software and open source. These forms would range from fully featured desktop and server operating systems to minimal environments, usually in embedded systems or for booting from a floppy disk.
A distro essentially refers to a particular assortment of applications that are used with a particularly compiled kernel, enabling its capabilities to meet most of the needs of its end-user base. Assembling and testing a distribution prior to release are generally more elaborate as the user base become larger.
September 11, 2008
The only Mobile VPN software solution based on the Mobile IP and IPSEC standards that supports Linux is the Viatores. Viatores is a great solution for increasing employee productivity since it simplifies access to enterprise resources while maintaining an “always on” security. Ecutel, the company behind the product, believes that it is giving enterprises an opportunity to increase their respective employee productivity with the use of a cost-effective platform like Linux.
The trusted security of a VPN is combined with the simplicity of a mobile phone to bring about an enterprise-class secure mobility solution. Enterprise users are provided secure and simple access to their network resources with the use of any device and from any network, whether wired or wireless.