Intuit, the publishers of such essential financial management software as Quicken and QuickBooks, has recently released the newest version of their flagship software, Intuit QuickBooks 2013. SoftwareMedia is also happy to announce that these products are in stock and ready to ship.
Corel Corporation, makers of CorelDraw and PaintShop Pro are known for their awesome product support and for constantly putting out updates and service packs. They understand that the world of art is ever-changing, and Painter users rely on having the most up-to-date tools, features, brushes and fixes to keep their software on the cutting-edge. True to form, Corel has recently released yet another awesome update for their flagship digital art software, Corel Painter 12.
Visit the Corel website to download the Corel Painter 12.2 Update
As a Graphic Design Student, I am always hearing a high demand for classes for auto CAD classes. After working with TurboCAD Pro 19 I understand why. This program creates a strong advantage for individuals in fields of expertise ranging from Architectures to Educators so they can have a visual diagram of a project plan for a client to really seal the deal.
On September 25th, Enfocus has released major updates for their flagship software programs: PitStop Pro 11, PitStop Server 11 and Switch 11.
PitStop Pro 11 introduces Smart Preflight & Correction – a more accurate and flexible way of preflighting and correcting files to their specific production requirements. Most PitStop Pro users never unleash the full power of preflight and correction today.
What’s New in Pitstop Pro 11 Update 1?
About the same time every year, software companies begin to release the newest versions of their security software, in order to arm customers against yet another year of viruses, hackers, rootkits, worms and slew of other nastiness from the deepest bowels of the internet. Right on schedule, BitDefender 2013 security products have been released and are available at SoftwareMedia.com.
You read that right. As of September 1st, 2012, Microsoft will discontinue Windows Server 2008 R2, in the wake of the upcoming Windows Server 2012 release. This development comes amidst a veritable torrent of new releases from Microsoft. Other anticipated releases for 2012 include Visual Studio 2012, a cloud-based reimagining of the famed Microsoft Office…
Microsoft, this week, announced that the Windows Server 2012 official release date will come on September 4th, 2012. The software has already begun shipping to hardware and software vendors, and now all we have left to do is wait.
Microsoft has also announced that they will be hosting an online launch event on the same day, which will feature talks with various Microsoft developers, executives and other partners. Attendees will have the chance to learn more about the multitude of enhancements and new features that Windows Server 2012 offers, as well as the opportunity to win prizes.
The software licensing model offered by Symantec, makers of Backup Exec, has long included several maintenance and support options that customers could choose from. However, in an effort to simplify their licensing model, and improve their interactions with customers, Symantec has begun to consolidate their maintenance packages into a single, 24×7 support offering for all of their software products.
As of July 2, 2012, Symantec has simplified their support offerings by publishing only the Essential Support products to customers and partners, the goal being to reduce the complexity of their licensing program.
Yesterday, Symantec announced that Enrique Salem has stepped down as president and CEO of Symantec. In his stead, the board of directors has appointed Steve Bennett as Symantec’s president and CEO. Reports from Symantec state that the change wasn’t due to any single event or problem but instead from a long and considered debate from the board.
While these sort things happen daily in the corporate world, it is always difficult for a business of any size to handle. Consumer confidence always takes a hit when the top man gets the axe, and Symantec will no doubt face some turbulence in the following weeks and months. However, Symantec had reassured partners and consumers alike that it will be business as usual and that Symantec leadership is quite optimistic about the future of the company.