Hypervisor Reviews

Review: CloudBerry Backup Desktop Edition

Reviews 19th October

Cloud based storage such as Amazon S3, Amazon Glacier, Google Storage or Microsoft Azure are low cost options that can be used by business and home users alike. Put simply, they provide storage that’s great for backing-up important data. It really doesn’t matter if you are a home user with a collection of letters and […]

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Review: SYNCING.NET 2.8

Reviews 14th April

SYNCING.NET enables data from multiple Windows PCs to be kept in perfect sync. As well as handling normal data files, it’s also an excellent option for sharing Outlook calendars and folders. It works over LAN and internet, and automatically connects with your other PCs without needing an IT expert to configure firewalls or VPN links. […]

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Hands-On Review: Dell’s latest netbook

Reviews 16th September

Fitted with a touch screen and weighing just 2.91 lbs (1.32 kg), the Dell Latitude 2100 is an ultra-portable with a difference. Originally designed for kids in college, the 2100 has a tough rubberised exterior and sturdy screen hinges. You shouldn’t throw it off a building but it is probably stronger than many laptops. But […]

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First look review: iTunes 9

Reviews 10th September

Apple today launched the new version of its iTunes software for Mac and Windows PCs. The new software is available as a free download and will be installed automatically provided users allow the automatic update feature to function normally. In The Hypervisor tests the first thing that most people noticed was the Snow Leopard style […]

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Review: Techinline Remote Desktop

Reviews 3rd September

Techinline Remote Desktop is a web based remote access system for consultants, IT experts and technical support groups. Techinline works with PCs running Windows, and provides remote control and desktop viewing, clipboard synchronisation, file transfer and text based chat. The combination of remote control and remote viewing mean the suite is equally well suited to […]

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Review: gSyncit 1.15

Reviews 3rd September

gSyncit is a plugin for Microsoft Outlook that synchronizes Contacts and Calendars between Google’s free Gmail service and those in Outlook. In The Hypervisor tests we found gSyncit could handle multiple Outlook calendar and contact folders and offered a wide range of flexible configuration options. For example, calendars and contacts are configured separately, and for […]

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First Look Review:RapidSSL

Reviews 1st September

RapidSSL specializes in selling SSL certificates to businesses and non profit organisations. In The Hypervisor labs tests we found the thing that sets it apart from many of its competitors is the quick purchase process and excellent support documentation. For example, some SSL certificate suppliers require you to send them documentary proof of your business […]

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Sync options for iPhone

Reviews 27th August

Synchronizing contacts and calendars in your iPhone with Microsoft Outlook is easy enough if you use one computer, but it gets more tricky if you want to sync with two or more PCs. Apple’s iTunes software is available for Windows and Mac computers, and will synchronize the iPhone with Microsoft Outlook Contacts, Calendar, Email and […]

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First look review: Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2

Reviews 29th July

Last week Microsoft released Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 to manufacture. This is the free version of Microsoft’s server virtualization engine, and the same updated software is also included in Windows Server 2008 R2, which was also released to manufacturing last week. Firms could download and install as many copies of the free Hyper-V 2008 R2 […]

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Automatically reclaim lost storage

Reviews 7th July

In June Virtualisation tools specialist Vizioncore released vOptimizer Pro 2.2. The suite works with VMware ESX Server and helps manage the size and contents of the virtual disk (VMDK) files used by virtual machines (VMs) running Windows. Administrators could use vOptimizer to ensure their VMDKs have just the right amount of free space. In many […]

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