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The 2012 Summer Olympics in London held their closing ceremonies last night. At the SoftwareMedia office we had the events on all day, watching athletes perform feats of speed and strength we could only dream of. It’s been a great Summer Games and we are sad to see it go–so, we’ve decided to keep the Olympic Spirit alive, SoftwareMedia-style.
For the remainder of August, visitors to SoftwareMedia.com will notice little Olympic torches on popular software products throughout the site. These have been selected to be the representatives of some of the best SoftwareMedia Deals we have on our site. Receive extra savings when you buy these products! But hurry, supplies on these great deals are limited.
Intuit Quicken 2012 is personal finance management software developed by Intuit. The four major versions of Quicken 2012 include Quicken Starter Edition, Quicken Deluxe, Quicken Premier and Quicken Home & Business Edition. Learn about the top features in Quicken 2012 and find out how to better manage your finances.
If company-wide virtualization is your IT plan of action, then this deal is for you. Between now and the end of the year, VMware is offering a discount on VMware View 5 Premiere licenses. View Premiere 5 enables highly available, scalable, secure and reliable desktop services unmatched by physical PCs. View Premiere 5 comes with the following:
- View Composer
- View Persona Management
- vShield Endpoint
- View Client for Local Mode (not available in the Enterprise edition)
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.
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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.
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The recent Mac OS release of 10.8 Mountain Lion has made us here at SoftwareMedia.com reflect on the history of Mac OS X and the advancement it has made over the past decade. From the heyday of PowerPCs and G3s to blazingly fast Intel i7s and monster 27-inch iMacs, the Mac operating system history for version ten has been full of “oohs” and “ahhs”.