mSecure for Windows 8

Portland, OR (PRWEB) February 29, 2012

mSecure, a leading password manager app in the Productivity categories of the iTunes App Store and Android Marketplace, is now available for Windows 8 computing devices via Windows Store, which opened this week. mSeven is among a select group of developers to create a Metro style app for the Windows 8 Consumer Preview.

mSevens made simple mantra goes hand-in-hand with the Metro design philosophy of Windows 8, said Ray Marshall, President and CEO of mSeven Software. mSeven is proud to bring mSecures security made simple to Windows 8 users.

mSecure for the Windows 8 Consumer Preview is a Metro style app using the simplicity of modern typography, alignment and design principles to create an app for everyday users. Intuitive navigation, easy-to-read lists and snap view search and viewing panels enable users to find and interact with their important data quickly with all the security that mSecure users have come to trust.

mSecure uses ultra-secure encryption to protect personal information such as account numbers, usernames, passwords and more. mSecure provides seventeen popular personal information templates with the ability to create custom templates, making it easier to input user information. mSecure for Windows 8 will also be fully compatible with the companys mobile products to help make personal information accessible and secure virtually everywhere its needed.

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Avectra Announces 2012 Award Winners

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McLean, VA. (PRWEB) March 01, 2012

Avectra, a leading web-based Social CRM developer of web-based member and donor-based software for associations and not-for-profits, today announced its 2012 Innovation Award Winners at its annual user conference, the Avectra Users and Developers Conference(AUDC 2012), held February 26-28, 2012 in Orlando, Florida.

The Innovation Awards are presented to Avectra customers and partners in recognition of best practices and outstanding achievements accomplished with Avectra technology. The awards were peer nominated and selected by Avectra staff as well as a committee of users from the Avectra community.

Avectra Innovation Awards were presented to the following organizations in categories.

Opensource

Open source is the concept of provide the design, functionalities, development, editing of the product for free usage and access.

All software has source code. Open source grants every user access to that code. Freedom means choice. Choice means power.

That’s why we believe OSS is inevitable. It returns control to the customer. You can see the code, change it, learn from it. Bugs are found and fixed quickly. And when customers are unhappy with one vendor, they can choose another without overhauling their entire infrastructure. No more technology lock-in. No more monopolies.

Benefits of OSS

Let’s consider the first question: “Why use open source?”
OSS applications are now available for every common type of enterprise software — from databases, application servers and Web servers, to Web browsers and office applications, to network monitoring software and security software. Of course, in all these categories, mature commercial software alternatives also exist. So why choose open source?

As we are talking about mobile technology, we take Opensource (OSS) in consideration.

Generally computer software which is provided to use are not provide with writes to change the codes and comes with copyrights. Such software is called close source software. While Opensource software comes with source code, with the rights of the full access and modifications. So we can analyze, edit and distribute that software. Generally Opensource software for the consideration of public usage. Now the question come in mind is why to use Opensource software?

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Opensource Website Development – Open Source For Small Business

Opensource is widely accepted solutions for big to small businesses. The lure for opensource is its price. Opensource software is software that is developed by people with a real interest in developing applications for everyone to use for free.

It is free to use and usually distributed for free. Some companies packages it up so it can be easy to install and for this they charge small fees. While some companies sell the product and give support for limited time.

Most of the opensource product develop for the Linux platform. Before accepting Linux as operating system assure that Linux support is adequate if needed. Taking support from the same person who sold you the software is not a good sign after all. He’ll end up owing your business.

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The OpenSource Zoo innovation

OpenSource Zoo

www.opensourcezoo.com was created to encourage the opensource (or OSS/FS) world of software, developers create opensource software to give users the freedom to customise and modify applications the way they want.

OpenSource applications include Mozilla Firefox, OpenOffice.org office suite, and the opensource operating system, Linux, as some popular examples. These compare to Microsoft products such as, Windows and Microsoft Office, these are more strongly advertised as Microsoft is a giant in the commercial Technology and Software market.

OpenSource software is almost always distributed under the GPL(General Public Licence), which is an Opensourse linux project, more information can be found at http://www.gnu.org/

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Opensource Development, Open source For Small Business

Opensource is widely accepted solutions for big to small businesses. The lure for opensource is its price. Opensource software is software that is developed by people with a real interest in developing applications for everyone to use for free.

It is free to use and usually distributed for free. Some companies packages it up so it can be easy to install and for this they charge small fees. While some companies sell the product and give support for limited time.

Most of the opensource product develop for the Linux platform. Before accepting Linux as operating system assure that Linux support is adequate if needed. Taking support from the same person who sold you the software is not a good sign after all. He’ll end up owing your business.

Operating cost of opensource is extremely low. You need not to spend anything on license fee or server fees. Voluntary nature of developers further reduce the cost. There is no need of any secrecy for the matter such as audits with the opensource. There are no pesky encryption or activation code to download. You need not worry about to pay for any upgrade or for improved version which is already free.

If you want to evaluate opensource for small businesses you have to establish an evaluation system for opensource. The first step is to set up a test bed server. This can be older server which can be reliable and fast enough to approximate in real world results. Most of the opensource software is Linux based so you have to decide on Linux distribution. Red Hat Linux and Suse Linux are two of the best and both are supported by the companies that distribute them.

Now, you need a development environment and a SQL server. MySQL is the best choice. You need a distribution package. The best for Apache, MySQL and PHP is XAMPP which can be downloaded at apachefriends.org. Just install in piece by piece. Make sure that application you are considering has external support. Also assure that application has user manual. Many open source packages are released with nothing more than a few sentences describing the installation process.

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