East Tec Eraser to help prevent identity theft
EAST Technologies has released East-Tec Eraser 2007, a Windows application that protects your data and privacy. It permanently removes from your computer any files that you want erased, as well as all information about your Internet activities. East-Tec Eraser 2007 can prevent identity theft, as well as ensuring that your private information remains private.
Additional features in the release include support for dozens of popular applications. East-Tec Eraser 2007 also lets you import and export options. You can opt to not show the files and folders being cleaned while the program is erasing your files. There are also additional ways to protect specified folders from being erased.
East-Tec Eraser 2007 works with all browsers, including Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, Mozilla Firefox, America Online, MSN Explorer and Opera. It also works with the peer-to-peer programs, including Kazaa, Kazaa Lite, iMesh, Napster, Morpheus, Direct Connect, Limewire and Shareaza. In addition, East-Tec Eraser 2007 supports ICQ, Yahoo Messenger, Windows Media Player, RealPlayer, Microsoft Office, Google Toolbar and many other popular programs. The program knows where your computer has stored sensitive information and deletes it permanently.
Users can employ command-line parameters to set the program’s options, integrate the program with Windows Explorer and create user-defined erasure methods. You can run the program in stealth mode, invisible to other computer users. Set filters to prevent specific data from being erased. You can even implement a password-protected system of permissions for each computer user.
East-Tec Eraser 2007 runs under Windows XP/2003/2000/NT/Me/98, costs US$49.95 for a single-user licence, and may be purchased online at www.east-tec.com.
For more information, contact EAST Technologies at: Phone: 1-305-455-8122 (US), +43 650 8506061 (Germany), 04 42 631922 (France), +40 745 926200 (International), Email: email@example.com, Internet: www.east-tec.com.
Adaptec launches network storage platform
Adaptec Inc. announced its Snap Server 650 that is optimized for demanding data protection applications such as video surveillance, email database archive, performance-sensitive disk-based backup and long distance disaster recovery.
The Snap Server 650 also offers a full suite of integrated data protection solutions including antivirus, backup and recovery, and data replication. Built on the AMD Opteron architecture, the Snap Server 650 provides a base capacity of 1.2TB with Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) drives and available memory that is scalable from 2GB to 4GB for fast throughput for performance-intensive application and data protection environments.
Additional features and benefits of Snap Server 650:
- Comprehensive data backup
- Instantaneous file access in case of disaster
- Flexible, scalable storage architecture
- Data protection & security continuous desktop backup
Pricing and Availability
The Snap Server 650 is currently available through distribution partners. Pricing for the Snap Server 650 (1.2TB SAS) starts at a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of US$15,695. Expansion for the Snap Server 650 is available through the SANbloc S50 JBOD, which starts at US$4,431 MSRP. Adaptec’s suite of data protection software is integrated with Snap Servers – some applications are standard offerings and some are available as optional features for additional purchase. For more information, go to www.snapserver.com or call 1-888-343-7627.
ATEN unveils rackmount IP KVM switches
ATEN Technology announced the availability of its rackmount LCD KVM switches with built-in IP access.
The KL9108/KL9116 units provide simultaneous access for one local and one remote user via IP to control up to 16 servers and support 32 concurrent users. Through cascading, users can access up to 128 servers. Available now, the KL9108/KL9116 IP LCD KVM on the NET switches are priced at US$3195.95 and US$3495.95, respectively.
The KL9108/KL9116 was designed for medium to large server rooms and data centres at business facilities, educational environments and government facilities. These products’ built-in independent IP ports give administrators access to server racks and data centres from off-site locations via a Web browser without conflict with local IT users. The units feature a multi-session visual capability that enables users to monitor up to eight and 16 computers simultaneously on-screen.
The KVM units offer an additional PS2 port to connect the peripheral. The local access port gives users access to the data centre while inside the server room using local console. The KL9108 and KL9116 feature a dual-rail “hideaway” design that allows the console to slide back while the LCD panel remains in plain sight to monitor and troubleshoot servers.
For more product details, please visit the ATEN Technology Web site: http://www.aten-usa.com.