Saturday, March 19, 2011

2011 Rental Manager Software Released by Xgensoft

Michael Saunders, President of Xgensoft, recently announced their 2011 version of their Rental Manager software, the small business rental management software, which has a few noteworthy changes that a lot of people will be interested in hearing about.

Saunders went on to explain that, "Xgensoft has rebuilt its Rental Manager software in Access 2007, allowing a much greater processing speed and a larger number of simultaneous users." Saunders went on to say that, "the significance of this is faster data retrieval with more users accessing the data simultaneously."

The Rental Manager software from Xgensoft has been used to provide smaller rental businesses with a comprehensive, integrated rental inventory/business management program at an affordable price. This has been the goal of Xgensoft since they released the software for the first time back in 2003.

The upper limits of the software were originally between 5 and 10 simultaneous users. One concern for multi-user environments is always data retrieval speeds. The software will now support a lot more simultaneous users with an increased retrieval speed.

The 2011 edition of the software strengthens the Rental Manager program by providing rental business entrepreneurs with a software that handles the needs of a smaller rental business. The software also continues to handle their expansion needs by supporting more concurrent users while maintaining the integrity and speed of the program.

In addition to that, Xgensoft has now ensured that the 2011 Rental Manager software is 64-bit and 32-bit compatible which makes the software able to be used with the next generation of small business computer technology.

Source: - Xgensoft Releases 2011 Edition of Rental Manager Software
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Saturday, March 05, 2011

Amazon Extends Its Reach to Japan

Amazon recently expanded its remote computing service to Japan. That's right, the Land of the Rising Sun has been added to Amazon's remote computing services after the company found out that developers in Japan required more data storage as well as faster data transfer times.

AWS, the Amazon Web Service, has just opened a Tokyo Region Cloud Services and computing resources dedicated to Japan. The company offers Amazon EC2, which is a virtual computer rental service, as well as Amazon S3, a web storage service. Both services have a Japanese forum as well as a Japanese web site.

Amazon used the term Region to call its Amazon Web Services due to the computing resources which are dedicated to Japan. However, the company did not say where the resources are located which implies that the data centers may be located somewhere else.

Amazon's Web Services began in 2006 and is estimated to have 330,000 developers using the service. Amazon Web Services also has other regions which include Singapore, Europe and the United States. The access, data storage and general computer use from a remote location is known as Cloud computing.

Amazon began in 1995 as an online retailer but quickly expanded to a plethora of online businesses. Amazon is only one of the cloud service providers in the world with one of its fiercest competitors being Rackspace. The two companies find different ways to provide users more control over their data in the cloud.

Source: Top Tech Reviews - Amazon Web Services Expands to Japan

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