Showing posts from December 5, 2010

5 Higher Ed Tech Trends To Watch in 2011 (Outside Indonesia)

5 Higher Ed Tech Trends To Watch in 2011Three higher ed tech experts discuss technology trends for the year ahead,
citing increased mobile and wireless access and cloud computing among
them. But are campuses also in for a little bit of a return to the
"basics" in the coming year? * By Bridget McCrea
* 12/09/10Technology that was unimaginable a decade or so ago is commonplace on
today's campuses. In 2010 American colleges and universities responded to
the ever-advancing IT requirements of their students and faculty with
mobile pilot programs, investments in online learning, massive network
overhauls, and initiatives designed to offset some of the increases in
energy use brought on by all these new technologies, among other novel
programs.What will 2011 bring? Campus Technology spoke with a handful of higher
education technology experts to get their take. We've compiled their top 5
responses here.1. The Cloud Computing Movement Will Continue.Investing in purchase-and-instal…

Ozeki NG SMS Gateway v3.16 released

for SMS,MMS and Voice calls Check out the new voice call feature...Ozeki NG is known to be a very reliable software when it comes to SMS/MMS
messaging. It can handle large load of traffic and it operates seemlesly
in the background 24/7. It also integrates very well with the corporate
infrastructure as it can send SMS messages directly from a database
through various communication channels.With the release of Ozeki NG v3.16, companies will have a new ability to
dial telephone numbers automatically and to play in a voice messages after
the call has been picked up.To jump to some early conclusions about the new voice call feature of
Ozeki NG SMS Gateway, we can state that it is a great addition to mobile
messaging. Adding voice messaging capability to mobile messaging systems
is a benefit for all. Now the users can select the best suited message
type for the given situation. A decision can be made to send out an SMS
text message to a mobile phone, to send out a multimedia MMS message
containing pic…

Navicat for SQL Server

Today we are glad to announce the release of Navicat™ for SQL Server,
adding a new member to the Navicat family.To meet the wishes of Navicat customers and the demand of managing
Microsoft® SQL Server database through a GUI, Navicat for SQL Server
is introduced to the Navicat family in this launch. This new product
provides SQL Server users a tool for administering and managing
database objects as well as for database migration, data import,
export, synchronization, reporting, and more.Major Features in Navicat for SQL Server:# Support of Microsoft SQL Server version 2000 to 2008R2
# Management of SQL Server objects
# Cross data transfer between different SQL Server databases
# Synchronizing data between different SQL Server databases
# Importing data to SQL Server from various data sources
# Exporting data from SQL Server to various formats
# Available for MS Windows and Mac OS XWe are Navicat reseller for Indonesia, contact us for detail.
- Fanky Christian - 08121057533
- Alexander K.S - 021-3907…

Five+ tips to ensure PCI DSS compliance

On occasion, I help a friend who owns several businesses. His latest venture is required to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). My friend is computer savvy. So between the two of us, I assumed the network was up to snuff. Then went through a compliance audit. The audit was eye opening. We embarked on a crash course in PCI DSS compliance with the help of a consultant. My friend thought the consultant could help prepare for the mandatory adoption of PCI DSS 2.0 by January 1, 2011. The PCI Security Standards Council defines PCI DSS this way: "The goal of the PCI Data Security Standard is to protect cardholder data that is processed, stored, or transmitted by merchants. The security controls and processes required by PCI DSS are vital for protecting cardholder account data, including the PAN -- the primary account number printed on the front of a payment card." The consultant's first step was to get familiar with the network. He eventually…