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Should you move your antivirus protection to the cloud?

This review compares three cloud-based antivirus services with a traditional antivirus product — as well as with one another. Find out if it’s a good idea to move your endpoint protection services to the cloud.

The products tested

The following cloud antivirus products were tested for this review:

  • McAfee Total Protection Service v5.0.0
  • Trend Micro TRVProtect v8 SP1
  • Panda Cloud Office Protection v5.04.01

These three products work only on Windows PCs since they each install software on the desktop.

To put these offerings into perspective, we compared them with Symantec Endpoint Protection Small Business Edition v12.0.1. In this traditional client/server antivirus product, a central server manages the various endpoint desktop clients. (While Symantec doesn’t have a comparable cloud-based antivirus service, its MessageLabs division has a cloud-based email protection.)

Note: Microsoft offers two free cloud-based antivirus services: Security Essentials and Intune. However, since both these products are designed for single PC installations, they weren’t reviewed for this article.

The testing process

We focused on how to prevent malware such as spam and viruses from being transmitted around your network, how to protect desktops from phishing and other attacks that can be launched from a browser window, and ways to beef up the supplied Windows firewall to detect and repel intrusions.

Our test PCs ran Windows XP with Service Pack 3 and Internet Explorer 8. On each, the C: drive was reimaged with Acronis True Image Workstation to return it to a virgin state without antivirus software installed. On one PC, we purposely installed Metasploit — a common hacking tool that contains all sorts of mischief — to see how each product’s scanner would react.

How cloud antivirus products work

Cloud antivirus services all work the same way — a small agent or client piece of software runs on each desktop and makes a connection to the central monitoring server in the cloud. As long as you have an Internet connection, updates to the virus signatures are automatic. In terms of protection and processing, most of the heavy lifting happens in the cloud, and as a result, the client needs little memory footprint. The central server’s console is where you keep track of infections, users and other reports, and it can be viewed from an ordinary Web browser.

Benefits for moving your endpoint protection to the cloud include the following:

  1. You don’t have to worry about users turning off protection software or forgetting to install the latest virus signatures.
  2. You can instantly see what is happening across your network and which PCs are protected.
  3. PC deployment is simplified because there is less software to install.
  4. In some cases, you can even initiate antivirus scans through the cloud service and, once again, not have to depend on individual user behavior.

This was last published in July 2010

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    Product review: HEAT PowerDesk, call center tracking software #call #center #tracking #software


    Product review: HEAT PowerDesk, call center tracking software

    When evaluating help desk call-tracking software, you should always consider your organization’s current practices and procedures, how your agents would use such a system, call queuing, routing and escalation, system integration points, and the program’s reporting and adaptability. With these criteria in mind, let’s look at HEAT PowerDesk —an entry-level call tracking system from FrontRange Solutions .

    HEAT PowerDesk is designed for small and midsize organizations. It offers solid call logging and reporting features and integrates with FrontRange Solutions’ GoldMine Sales And Marketing software. For businesses needing greater customization and more advanced features, FrontRange Solutions offers HEAT Service Support —an enterprise-level system that I will review in a future article.
    Call-tracking software evaluation toolkit
    To help you evaluate call-tracking software and choose the best product for your help desk, I’ve developed a simple needs analysis checklist and product comparison spreadsheet. You can download this call-tracking software evaluation toolkit by following this link or by clicking on the Downloads link in the navigation bar at the top of this page.

    My call-tracking software evaluation toolkit contains both a Word document and Excel spreadsheet. To increase download speed, we’ve zipped these two files together into one file. You will need an unzip utility such as WinZip or PKZIP to expand the zipped file. You will also need Microsoft Word and Excel.
    Agent use and call logging
    PowerDesk’s main screen is divided into several panes. The HEATBoard and Call Map are located on the left, and the Call Logging pane is located on the right, as shown in Figure A. The Call Logging pane has four tabs: Call Log, Detail, Assignment, and Journal. PowerDesk’s screens are easy to use and navigate but the actual call-logging process takes practice to master. Techs will need adequate training time before being able to use the system effectively and efficiently.

    HEAT PowerDesk main call screen with HEATBoard visible

    New calls are easy to create and once one is open, help desk techs can enter a caller’s information onto the Call Log tab by browsing or searching a Validate Field dialog box—accessed by right-clicking a particular field, such as Employee ID. Once the caller’s information is entered and the tech has entered the basic call information (e.g. problem description, call source, call type, and so forth), the call can be assigned to a specific tech using the Assignment tab. You can even create multiple assignments from a single call; each with it’s own start, acknowledgement, and resolution dates and times. Actions taken to resolve a call, such as follow-up phone calls, and information related to a call, such as research notes, can be entered using the Journal tab. If you need to view all the various components of a call, you can easily do so using the Call Map tab, which displays this information in a familiar tree format.

    To ensure that techs collect all the information relevant to a particular call (e.g. software, virus, training, and the like), PowerDesk uses a variable Detail tab that changes configuration depending on the call type. Techs may be required to enter more information on some calls than other. The Detail tab can be turned on or off during Administrative setup. It provides a useful tool for information gathering.

    Save time and effort with the HEATBoard and Auto Tasks
    One of PowerDesk’s best features is the ability to create lead calls and post them to the HEATBoard—a bulletin board onto which techs can post important calls and information. You can add a lead call to the HEATBoard that represents a widespread problem or important issue for all agents, such as a network outage. You can then link subsequent calls for the same problem to the lead call and ultimately close all the calls simultaneously when the issue is resolved.

    PowerDesk also allows you to create Auto Tasks that can automate some steps in the call logging process. Several common Auto Tasks come preconfigured, but you can create new ones for individual techs or the entire help desk. Although this advanced feature is complex, it can save you significant time and effort.

    Call queuing, routing, and escalation
    PowerDesk allows you to assign calls to an individual tech or a group of techs. But the software lacks an automatic notification system, so your help desk will need create procedures to ensure that calls are not neglected.

    You can search and arrange calls using PowerDesk’s Group feature, as shown in Figure B. Several predefined Call Groups such as Active Calls, My Active Assignments, and Overdue Calls are available but you can create new groups when needed. Once a particular Call Group is selected, the calls can be displayed in several formats including a list or grid view. Call Groups give you a high level of control over how you view calls, but the default navigation of individual call tickets and the group selection processes isn’t overly intuitive and takes time to master.

    HEAT PowerDesk Call Group menu

    You can create new assignments at any time and can route both new and existing assignments to other techs. You must keep in mind, however, that PowerDesk doesn’t track changes to an assignment’s owner (i.e. tech); only the current owner is listed. You can manually send an e-mail notification when an assignment is routed or escalated to a particular tech and this process can be expedited using an Auto Task, but it cannot be totally automated.

    Integration with other systems and add-on modules
    If your help desk wants a complete CRM solution, HEAT PowerDesk can be integrated with FrontRange Solutions’ GoldMine Sales And Marketing contact management system. PowerDesk also offers the iHeat add-on module that allows technicians to access PowerDesk via a network connection and Web Browser. iHeat looks and feels identical to the regular PowerDesk client.

    PowerDesk includes a fairly powerful knowledge base utility, called First Level Support, that is easy to use and allows techs to quickly transfer pertinent information directly to call tickets. Administrators can even set up key areas of a call ticket to automatically be included in knowledge base searches. Although a good feature, I found PowerDesk’s knowledge base more difficult to configure than one would expect in something categorized as an entry-level product.

    PowerDesk allows help desks to track assets by entering equipment information for each customer, as shown in Figure C. Automated equipment auditing is not offered however. If your help desk tracks training and purchase order information, special call ticket forms and reports are also available for these items.

    HEAT PowerDesk Equipment Configuration screen

    Reporting and adaptability
    HEAT PowerDesk offers a wide selection of canned reports, and graphs are available for most of them. The reporting tool is a separate executable called Answer Wizard that uses common metric-related questions as the starting point for defining the desired report. Custom reports can be created using Crystal Reports.

    In terms of customization, PowerDesk is rather limited, but this is usually the case with entry-level, call-tracking packages. There are a set number of user definable fields in each key area of the system and although field labels and drop-down lists can be customized, you can’t add new fields or redesign call tracking forms.

    System requirements and licensing
    HEAT PowerDesk requires an Access 2000 or SQL Server 2000 database for the back end and the client requires Windows 95 or later. A license for a single concurrent user costs $795 and an evaluation version is available for download. The iHeat add-on costs $295 per user.

    Although I believe PowerDesk’s high level of call detail and integrated knowledge base make it worthy of a second-look, organizations should be aware that training and setup time is likely to be greater than with other entry-level call tracking systems on the market.

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    This page includes a profession resume for a IT professional with formal job experience as Project Manager and Consultant. This document can serve as a resource for people targeting general IT management or project consulting job positions.

    The summary identifies 10 years of IT experience. The statements show expertise in IT management, project design, solutions development, communications and team building.

    The job seeker documents their expertise in a variety of technical fields, such as object oriented analysis, software implementation, requirements analysis, system design and programming. They utilize a computer skills section which highlights their most important hands-on knowledge like C, C++ and Visual Basic.

    The job section includes statements of responsibilities and achievements. A brief paragraph explains their major obligation for each job or project. The bullet point statements highlight the accomplishments or core technologies utilized in the project.

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    • Coordinate with product developers, software designers, testing and consultants to ensure completion of project requirements in a timely manner.
    • Oversee project and software department budgets, managing multiple development projects simultaneously.
    • Manage code review sessions to ensure that best practices and procedures are implemented while recommending modifications and optimization.
    • Develop comprehensive multi-departmental project plans and track progress through deployment process.
    • Collaborate with human resources to recruit, hire and train software design and information systems teams.
    • Identify bottlenecks in development process and facilitate usage of advanced technologies, new tools or enhanced processes.
    • Facilitate workflow, re-allocate resources, decrease project cycle time and ensure attainment of development goals.
    • Oversee creation of documentation and technical drawings used as manuals or guides for internal systems or external products.

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    O-Fleet – Car Rental Management Software – Rental Management #car #rental #software, #car #hire


    Rental Management

    Handle your reservations and rentals in a seamless way

    Manage your reservations, plan your fleet utilization and keep tabs on your deliveries and returns calendars efficiently

    Availabilities calendar

    • Display your vehicles availability calendar with regards to the commercial class, the transmission type and the ACRISS code of each vehicle.
    • Use the “Drag-and-Drop” feature to easily replace vehicles assignments on any rental.
    • Display your vehicle’s planned work orders in the availabilities calendar along with the reservations and avoid any overlaps or mix-ups.

    Rental management tools

    • Handle short or long-term reservations from different sources (phone, walk-in or via the website’s booking engine).
    • Manage additional extras (equipment and insurances/waivers)
    • Get an at-a-glance view on the current status of each rental.
    • Keep everyone informed about your clients’ special requests, comments or delivery/drop off information. Save their arrival/departure flight numbers as well as their staying hotels.
    • Record all accidents, tolls and fines occurred during the reservation. Bill the amount directly to the client.

    Vehicle Inspection

    • Define your own inspection checklist with items such as radio tape, lifting jack, seatbelts.
    • Create and fill online pick-up and drop-off inspection sheets to compare the vehicle state before and after rental for any loss or damages (scratches, dents, dings and cracks).
    • Record vehicle delivery and return information including the agent, the odometer value, the fuel level and the vehicle condition before and after rental.
    • Display and print the scheduled pick-ups and drop-offs of the day and assign the vehicles delivery or return to agents.

    Electronic Documents

    • Generate automatically a printable rental agreement, inspection statements and customer invoices.
    • Enable your clients to sign electronically the rental agreements and inspection sheets on a signature pad device.
    • Print the rental contracts with both the signatures of your clients and assigned agents without having to ask them to sign again.

    Invoicing management

    • Generate automatically your rental invoices and send them to your clients.
    • Track your clients payments, visualize your clients balances and display paid and outstanding amounts.
    • Manage your long-term rentals and generate recurring monthly invoices automatically.
    • Integrate O-Fleet invoicing with your favorite accounting software. We currently support Quickbooks and Xero software.

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    PassMark WirelessMon – Wireless WiFi monitoring software #wifi #network #monitoring #software


    Latest release date:
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    Free 30 day evaluation, then:

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    Windows XP, 2003, 2008, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 32bit and 64bit.

    Note: Windows 95, 98, 2000 and NT are not supported.

    64 MB RAM, 15 MB of disk space, compatible 802.11 wireless adapter(s).

    Version 4.0 is now available. see what’s new for more information.

    WirelessMon is a software tool that allows users to monitor the status of wireless WiFi adapter(s) and gather information about nearby wireless access points and hot spots in real time. WirelessMon can log the information it collects into a file, while also providing comprehensive graphing of signal level and real time IP and 802.11 WiFi statistics.

    • Verify 802.11 network configuration is correct.
    • Test WiFi hardware and device drivers are functioning correctly.
    • Check signal levels from your local WiFi network and nearby networks.
    • Help locate sources of interference to your network.
    • WirelessMon supports the MetaGeek Wi-Spy (2.4i, 2.4x and DBx) useful for finding interference from non 802.11A/B/G/N devices transmitting on the same frequencies
    • Scan for hot spots in your local area (wardriving)
    • Create signal strength maps of an area (also known as heat maps)
    • GPS support for logging and mapping signal strength
    • Mapping can be performed with or without a GPS unit
    • Correctly locate your wireless antenna (especially important for directional antennas).
    • Verify the security settings for local access points.
    • Measure network speed throughput and view available data rates.
    • Help check Wifi network coverage and range
    • A feature-rich, value-for-money alternative to NetStumbler.


    Any wireless adapter complies with the NDIS_802.11 should be able to report information to WirelessMon. Note that only Windows XP, 2003, Vista Win7 support this software. Windows 95, 98 and NT are not supported. Windows 2000 (Service pack 4 and above) may work but is not actively supported.

    All the various IEEE 802.11 standards are supported, including 802.11a, 802.11b and 802.11g. 802.11N and 802.11AC is supported to the extent provided by Windows, as the drafts become a completed standard more support should become available. Some features may not be supported by some wireless adapters, typically they will report only partial information in this case. It has been also been noted that several wireless adapter manufacturers are not providing device drivers that are fully Windows compliant.

    From version 4 some Garmin USB GPS devices (developed using the standalone OEM USB units) are supported via USB connection.

    Wireless LAN information

    The following wireless LAN information is displayed by WirelessMon (when available, as not all wireless adapters will support all of these features).

    • Current connection information: SSID; Connected access point MAC address; Signal strength; Tx Power; Authentication type; RTS Threshold; Fragmentation Threshold; Channel in use; Frequency being used; Number of Antennas; Beacon Period; ATIM Window; Dwell Time; Hop Pattern; Hop Set.

    • Statistics information: More than 30 parameters are reported. Including a detailed break down of frames sent and received, error counts, transmission retry counters and related low level data.

    • IP information: Information about the current TCP/IP connection is reported. Including the adapter MAC address; Adapter device driver name; the IP Address; Subnet Mask; if DHCP is enabled; the Gateway Address and the DHCP server IP address.

    • IP counter information: Network throughput is monitored and displayed. This includes the maximum bandwidth available from the network adapter hardware, the current send and receive data rates in bytes per second and packets per second, plus error counters.

    Standard and Professional Version Differences

    There are two registered version available, standard and professional. The professional version has all of WirelessMon’s features enabled while the standard version has the following restrictions;

    • No GPS: GPS coordinates are not supported and cannot be used for logging or creating a signal strength map
    • No signal strength map: The map tab and options are disabled so a signal strength map can not be created, saved or printed.

    Free Upgrade

    We are offering a free upgrade to WirelessMon 4.0 to our existing users who purchased previous versions from us. If you have and older version of WirelessMon you will require a new registration key. Please see the Free Upgrades Page for details of upgrades.


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    With more than 200 vendors in the facilities management software landscape, this market can be difficult to navigate. Vendors use different terms to describe software functionality similar to computer-aided facility management (CAFM), including computerized maintenance management software (CMMS), enterprise asset management (EAM) and integrated workplace management systems (IWMS). We wrote this guide to help buyers through the selection process.

    Web based facilities management software

    HippoFM offers CAD mapping tools to track assets and maintenance requests

    What Is Facility Management Software?

    In general, facility management software is designed to perform the following functions:

    • Mange assets and track important equipment information
    • Manage maintenance costs
    • Automate maintenance workflows
    • Create and manage recurring tasks
    • Increase asset efficiency
    • Streamline work order processes (e.g., repair requests, completion tracking)
    • Reduce space and maintenance costs

    The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) defines facility management as the practice of coordinating the physical workplace with the people and work of the organization. This encompasses a range of activities, from portfolio forecasting to equipment maintenance and space planning.

    Common Features of Facility Management Software

    A well-implemented system will help companies reduce the costs of maintaining their facilities, improve the flow of information across departments and boost operational efficiencies. Common applications found in CAFM include:

    Infor is an example of a vendor that offers energy performance dashboards

    Benefits of Facility Management Software Applications

    Reduce churn rates and the expenses associated with managing space poorly. Moving is expensive, particularly if an organization lacks formal planning surrounding its moves. Churns the process of moving employees and assets require both downtime and investment, which can be significantly reduced by utilizing CAFM applications.

    Extend asset lifespans. An attentive maintenance program extends the lifespan of assets while minimizing the total cost of ownership. Reactive maintenance is costly, results in unplanned downtime and can create an unsafe work environment. Developing a rigid asset upkeep schedule ensures that assets perform at their peak while maintaining a smooth operational schedule and employee safety all without unexpected costs due to equipment failure.

    Reduce energy-related expenses. Some organizations are taking a look at their energy performance for the first time. Reporting dashboards calculate total energy consumption while helping to identify operational inefficiencies. This kind of analysis demonstrates how an organization is performing and where there s room for improvement, while encouraging sustainable behavior among a building s occupants. Organizations can often see an immediate savings in energy-related costs by implementing environmental performance dashboards.

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    Beautiful, Smart, Relevant Email Marketing

    Choose the email template that is right for your campaign from a selection of stunning, professionally designed templates that render beautifully across all devices. Easily add vibrant imagery, videos, surveys and other interactive elements using our drag and drop editor.

    Our streamlined interface and smart delivery system make it easy to send, manage and track campaigns. Powerful automation and behavioral targeting features give you the ability to send highly targeted and timely automated campaigns.

    We provide dedicated support every step of the way!

    Behavioral Automation

    Send the Right Message to the Right Person at the Right Time

    Ecommerce Campaigns

    Browse Abandonment, Shopping Cart Abandonment and More

    Lead Nurturing

    Drip Campaigns, Welcome Series and More

    Website Engagement

    Website Pop-Ups, Engagement Tiles and More

    Easily configure highly personalized automated campaigns with our marketing automation workflow builder. Based on your customers’ behavior and interests, you’ll start a one-on-one dialogue by delivering content that matters to them.

    Centralize and Automate Your Content Strategy!

    With the click of a button, curate content, post it to the web and email it to your subscribers’ inboxes, automatically .

    Content boards act as a repository for your web and social content. They are an easy way to centralize and automate your content strategy and grow your list.

    You can populate boards manually using the Bookmarklet in your browser, or you can automatically populate your board using RSS or Facebook feeds.

    Content boards can automatically be converted into newsletters that are delivered to your subscribers and can be embedded in any web page.

    Tracking and Reporting

    StreamSend gives you the ability to track email campaigns, social engagement and video views from one central location.

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