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Microsoft OneDrive for Business v1.2 – For iOS platform

OneDrive for Business (formerly SkyDrive Pro)…Previous versions of OneDrive for Business for iOS focused on connecting to the multi-tenant environment of Office 365. Office 365 for dedicated systems are separate from the multi-tenant infrastructure and use both Windows NT LAN Manager (NTLM) and forms-based authentication (FBA) protocols. Now, with v1.2, SharePoint Online dedicated customers can download the iOS app from the App Store and seamlessly connect to their personal OneDrive for Business files and folders.

To read more, Click here

March 12, 2014 Posted by | Apple, iCloud, iPad, Microsoft, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, SkyDrive, SkyDrive Pro, Software | , , , | Leave a comment

CRM – Double Mind; Cloud Mind …. looking for the best!!!

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Living in a region; where there are no presence of Online CRM from the giants. So i start google it with a few keywords… “BEST CRM”. No wonder … results is there for a reason. Customer relationship management is lacking for big guys..

See the results

  1. Software Advise
  2. Top10 Reviews
  3. G2 crowd
  4. Forbes

Asking “Which CRM software is best?” is actually like asking “Which restaurant is best?” – Brian

Enjoy!!

February 20, 2014 Posted by | Cloud Computing, CRM Online, Dynamics CRM, Microsoft, Sales Force, Software | , , , , , | 1 Comment

Stream and store content with out internet – SanDisk

SanDisk Connect let you do this

SanDisk Connect

 

Wireless Media Drive features

  • Share multimedia files across iPad, iPhone, Kindle or Android via Wi-Fi with SanDisk free app or web browser
  • Stream HD videos up to 5 devices simultaneously; max 8 connections when accessing other data
  • 64G built in Flash storage, streaming up to 8 hours on a single charge
  • Expandable SDHC/SDXC memory card slot for instant viewing of your camera’s card & extra storage
  • An instant on the go storage in pocket-sized & stylish design
  • Compatible with iOS 5.0 or later, Android 2.3 or later via SanDisk free app, or Wi-Fi-enabled devices with a web browser
  • Optional Wi-Fi password protection for your personal data security
  • USB 2.0 port for connection to your computer or charger;

Wireless flash drive features

  • Wirelessly store, share, stream movies, photos, music, and documents across your smartphones, tablets and computers
  • Simultaneously connect & access data stored on up to 8 devices via Wi-Fi
  • No internet connection, cables or router required, works on all Wi-Fi enabled devices
  • Up to 4 hours of video streaming on a single charge
  • Access with free app, compatible with iOS 5.0 or later, Android 2.3 or later and Kindle devices
  • Access with internet browser, compatible with all Wi-Fi enabled devices
  • Charging and accessing with USB 2.0 connection interface or higher
  • Optional Wi-Fi password protection and 128-bit AES encryption

Enjoy!!!

January 7, 2014 Posted by | Gadgets, Personnel, Phone, Photography, San Disk | , , , | Leave a comment

Microsoft releases Remote Desktop 8.0 – for iOS and Mac

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Microsoft Remote Desktop app, you can connect to a remote PC and your work resources from almost anywhere. Experience the power of Windows with RemoteFX in a Remote Desktop client designed to help you get your work done wherever you are. Once these new Remote Desktop apps, which include an overhauled version of the two-year-old Mac Remote Desktop client, are available, Microsoft will be providing access to virtual desktops on everything from Windows and Windows RT, to iOS, OS X and Android.

The iOS version for iPhone and iPad can be found here – Apple App Store.

October 21, 2013 Posted by | Apple, iPad, iPad, Mac Pro, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Microsoft, Remote Desktop Client, Remote Server Administration Tool, Software | , , , | Leave a comment

Windows Updates Cleanup Utility Add-on for Windows 7 SP1

Microsoft has just released a new add-on (but, they call it a Hotfix for some reason) for Windows 7 computers running SP1. The new Windows Update Cleanup installs and plugs in to the standard Windows 7 Disk Cleanup wizard maintenance utility. Once installed, Windows Update Cleanup becomes just another option you can choose in the wizard.

  • The Windows Update Cleanup option is available only when the Disk Cleanup wizard detects Windows updates that you do not need on the computer.
  • To enable you to roll back to previous updates, updates are stored in the WinSxS store even after they are superseded by later updates. Therefore, after you run the Disk Cleanup wizard, you may be unable to roll back to a superseded update. If you want to roll back to a superseded update that the Disk Cleanup wizard deletes, you can manually install the update.

You must have administrator permissions to clean up Windows update files.

  1. Start the Disk Cleanup wizard. To do this, use one of the following methods:
    • Method 1: Click Start, type cleanmgr in the Start Search box, and then click OK.
    • Method 2: Click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, click System Tools, and then click Disk Cleanup.
    • Method 3: If a Low Disk Space notification appears, click the notification to open the Disk Cleanup wizard.
  2. Select the Windows 7 system drive, and then click OK.

    Note This operation might take several seconds because the Disk Cleanup wizard searches for files on the drive that can be cleaned up.

  3. If the Windows Update Cleanup option is not displayed on the Disk Cleanup tab, click Clean up system files. If the Windows Update Cleanup option is displayed on the Disk Cleanup tab, go to step 5.

    Note The Windows Update Cleanup option is available only when you log on by using administrator permissions.

  4. Select the Windows 7 system drive, and then click OK.
  5. On the Disk Cleanup tab, select Windows Update Cleanup, and then click OK.

    Note By default, the Windows Update Cleanup option is already selected.

  6. When a dialog box appears, click Delete Files.

To download the utility (Hotfix) from here: Windows Update Cleanup

October 10, 2013 Posted by | Microsoft, Software, Windows 7 | , , , , | Leave a comment

End of support for Windows XP

RIP XP

Microsoft will end all support for Windows XP on 8 April 2014—please upgrade all Windows XP workstations to Windows 8 or Windows 7 prior to this date.

While Office 365/Other services will not block connections from fully patched Windows XP computers after 8 April 2014, connectivity to the service will be at risk. Windows XP workstations that have not deployed all service packs and automatic updates run an even higher risk of Office 365 connectivity issues after support for Windows XP ends.

September 21, 2013 Posted by | Microsoft, Software, Windows XP | , | 1 Comment

Internet Explorer 11 – Preview

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Internet Explorer 11 Release Preview is a prerelease version of Internet Explorer 11. It includes enhancements to browsing performance, and better protections for your PC and your privacy. Here’s your chance to be one of the first to try out the preview. We’ll use your feedback to make the final product even better.

Click here to get it

September 21, 2013 Posted by | IE 11, Microsoft, Software | , , | Leave a comment

Moving Bookmarks – Internet Explorer Favorites to Safari Bookmarks

  1. One quick way to move your Favorites, or browser bookmarks, to a new computer is to start Internet Explorer.
  2. Go to the File menu and select “Import and Export.”
  3. When the Import/Export wizard starts up, choose “Export Favorites” from the list of actions and click on the Next button.
  4. Once you select your Favorites file, you can export it to the desktop or a folder on your PC.
  5. From there, you can copy the exported Favorites file onto an external drive.
  6. Copy it to your new Mac.
  7. Once you get the file on your Mac, you can add the Favorites to the Mac OS X Safari Web browser.
  8. Start the Safari program.
  9. Go to the File menu and choose Import Bookmarks.
  10. Navigate to the folder where you have stored your exported Favorites file.
  11. Click on the Import button to pull in the bookmarks.

 

September 19, 2013 Posted by | Apple, Hardware, Microsoft, Switching OS | , , | Leave a comment

Import & export Safari bookmarks

(OS X Lion / Mountain Lion)

Import bookmarks into Safari

  1. Open Safari if it is not already open.
  2. Choose File > Import Bookmarks.
  3. Browse to find the file that contains the bookmarks you want to import, and then click Import.Normally the file has “.html” or “.plist” at the end of its name.

Export bookmarks from Safari

  1. Open Safari if it is not already open.
  2. Choose File > Export Bookmarks.
  3. Specify a location for the exported file.The file’s name is “Safari bookmarks.html.” Most browsers are able to import this type of file.

Sync the Bookmarks Between a MacBook & an iPad

  1. Connect the iPad to the MacBook using the USB cable.
  2. Launch iTunes if it doesn’t open automatically.
  3. Click the “Info” tab near the top of the iTunes window.
  4. Place a check mark in front of the “Sync Safari Bookmarks” option in the “Other” section near the bottom of the screen.
  5. Click the “Sync” button to sync the bookmarks between the MacBook and the iPad.

September 19, 2013 Posted by | Apple, Hardware, iPad, iPod, Lion OS, Mac Mini, Mac Mini, Mac Pro, MacBook Air, Macbook Pro, MacBook Pro, Mountain Lion, OS X, Safari | , , , , | Leave a comment

Problem installing Mac OS – How to fix

Its a bit strange…but good to know that!!! Tried it…and it worked.

I got myself into this cruise boat with out auto pilot.  After wiping my entire drive, and rebuild the RAID, I wondered “HOW could it be possibly not to install any version?”  The answer is PRAM.  You need to reset your PRAM. Your Mac stores certain settings in a special memory area even if it is turned off.  On Intel-based Macs, this is stored in memory known as NVRAM; on PowerPC-based Macs, this is stored in memory known as PRAM.

Information stored in NVRAM / PRAM includes:

  • Speaker volume
  • Screen resolution
  • Startup disk selection
  • Recent kernel panic information, if any

How to do?

  1. Shut down your Mac.
  2. Locate the following keys on the keyboard: Command (⌘), Option, P, and R. You will need to hold these keys down simultaneously in step 4.
  3. Turn on the computer.
  4. Press and hold the Command-Option-P-R keys before the gray screen appears.
  5. Hold the keys down until the computer restarts and you hear the startup sound for the second time.
  6. Release the keys.

After resetting NVRAM or PRAM, you may need to reconfigure your settings for speaker volume, screen resolution, startup disk selection, and time zone information. Also OS X does not store network settings in NVRAM / PRAM.

Enjoy!!!

September 17, 2013 Posted by | Apple, Lion OS, Mac Mini, Macbook Pro, Mountain Lion, OS X | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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