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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.
Microsoft has released some long-awaited new products this month, and they are all now available through licensing at SoftwareMedia.com! Windows Server 2012, Visual Studio 2012 and, yes, even Windows 8 are available through the Microsoft Open License Program!
Cloud computing presents many opportunities for helping you solve your organization’s fundamental business and IT challenges. Windows Server 2012 captures Microsoft experience gained from building and operating public clouds to deliver a highly dynamic and cost effective server platform for your private cloud. It offers businesses and hosting providers a scalable, dynamic, and multi-tenant aware cloud infrastructure that securely connects across premises and allows IT to respond to business needs more efficiently.
UPDATE: Customers are loving the free mouse giveaway. We still have plenty to get rid of, so we’re extending the promo to the end of September, or while supplies last. Don’t miss out on this chance to get a free mouse with your order!
The SoftwareMedia warehouse has recently become overrun with computer mice, and we need your help! From now through Labor Day, get a Microsoft Wireless Mouse added to your order FREE!* Simply use promo code MOUSEHUNT at checkout.
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 …
Premiere Pro CS6 is the newest incarnation of Adobe’s professional non-linear editing system. Combining a sleek user interface, powerful editing tools and effects, broad support for most of the industry’s high-end camera formats, as well as the world-renowned Mercury Playback Engine, it is no wonder that Premiere Pro has seen use in such major Hollywood productions as The Social Network, Monsters, and James Cameron’s Avatar.
Microsoft is raising the prices on Visual Studio on September 1st in preparation for the upcoming release of Visual Studio 2012. If you want Visual Studio, now is the time to buy before the price increase in just a little over a week. Plus, some of the skus are on sale right now, such as Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio Ultimate with MSDN.
Top 10 Reasons to Upgrade Now
From now until September 30, 2012, Microsoft is allowing eligible customers to earn 15% in subsidy payouts on qualifying Microsoft cloud software.
Get 15% back when you purchase any of the following:
- Office 365
- Dynamics CRM Online
- Exchange Online
- Lync Online
- SharePoint Online
Film and video production is an ever-changing, ever-evolving medium. The 1920’s saw the advent of “talkies” which replaced silent films and left behind many who couldn’t adapt to the new technology. In the ‘30’s, the Wizard of Oz introduced new world of full, vibrant color. And now, in 2012, Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 is once again changing the production world, and ushering in a new era of cinematic awesomeness.
I have been shooting and editing videos since before time began (which is to say, around 2003), and over the years I have had the chance to use a number of NLES (non-linear editing system), from Final Cut Pro, to Avid Media Composer and Sony Vegas. The reigning champion, in my opinion, has been and still is Adobe Premiere Pro.