PROMISE Technology launched a private Dropbox-like cloud storage solution for enterprise file synchronization and sharing last week. Dubbed 'FileCruiser', this is a comprehensive solution targeting SMBs and SMEs (particularly those who still rely on FTP as a mode of data exchange between users). As the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) trend proliferates, mobile apps become an essential part of the enterprise file sharing solution. FileCruiser's apps provides access and sync capabilities across a variety of devices (Android / iOS, Mac / Windows). The IT administrator can set limits on file types and sizes that users can upload to the FileCruiser storage. The platform also provides support for team collaboration, link sharing with password protection and expiry dates. Data security is also important in this market...

Computex 2003 - Day 3: ATI and NVIDIA

With the controversy still looming over DX9 and the verdict still out on drivers; read a bit on the market strategy for these two graphic vendors and their upcoming agenda.

10 by Andrew Ku on 9/24/2003

Computex 2003 - Day 2: Motherboard and Video Coverage

Today we take a look at the motherboards and video cards of Computex and give you a first look at the next generation of AMD and Intel platforms...

8 by Evan Lieb on 9/23/2003

Computex 2003 - Day 1: DX9 Mayhem and Mobile Graphics

So the controversy continues, and we got the scoop on is going on deep in the manufacturing hub concerning NVIDIA and DX9.

14 by Andrew Ku on 9/22/2003

PM Forum - Q3/2003: Part 2

We are back to cover topics relating to the current and future state of VIA, upcoming products, and the latest thoughts on the ongoing Intel and AMD war...

2 by Andrew Ku on 9/21/2003

Intel Developer Forum Fall 2003 - Day 2: All About Mobile

After a long morning of meetings, we're finally able to tell you about what we've seen. Intel has been talking quite a bit about the 140 million 90nm...

7 by Derek Wilson on 9/17/2003

PM Forum - Q3/2003: Part 1

With the CEO Forum, we brought you a one of a kind place to understand the business side of the industry. Now, we are back with 13 Product Managers...

3 by Andrew Ku on 9/16/2003

Intel Developer Forum Fall 2003 - Day 1: Introducing Pentium 4 Extreme Edition

Intel just announced the first Pentium 4 processor for the gaming market - the Pentium 4 Extreme Edition with a massive cache. Update: Now with pricing information...

24 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 9/16/2003

Intel Developer Forum Fall 2003 - Day 1: Gearing up for Prescott

We have die sizes, transistor counts and yield information on Prescott...

4 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 9/16/2003

Intel Developer Forum Fall 2003 – Day 1: Otellini's Keynote

IDF has begun and unlike past years, the first keynote has a decent amount of information to pass on...

5 by Derek Wilson on 9/16/2003

CEO Forum - Q3/2003

What do you get when you gather 13 of the most influential CEOs in the motherboard market? An excellent avenue to understand where this industry is headed. ...

9 by Andrew Ku on 7/20/2003

AMD Opteron Coverage - Part 3: The First Servers Arrive

You've read about the architecture, you've seen the benchmarks, now find out if the servers based on AMD's Opteron platform have what it takes to be competitive.

0 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/23/2003

Xeon 2.8GHz DP & 2.0GHz MP - Part I: Taking over the Enterprise

Intel has completely revamped their server and workstation products. Find out if Hyper-Threading, a 2MB on-die L3 cache and 4 CPUs can pass our rigorous server tests in...

0 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 11/18/2002

AMD Athlon MP 2200+ Server Roundup - September 2002

Instead of providing a review of the Athlon MP 2200+ we decided to round up 6 servers based on AMD's flagship MP CPU. Find out how far Athlon...

0 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 9/5/2002

AMD's Athlon MP 2100+ vs. Intel's Xeon 2.4GHz - Database Server Comparison

We've updated our popular Database Server Comparison tests with the fastest CPUs from both AMD and Intel. Take a look and see how things stack up using AMD's...

0 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 6/19/2002

Database Server CPU Comparison: Athlon MP vs. Hyper Threading Xeon

Desktop CPU comparisons are a dime a dozen, but how easy is it to tell what CPUs perform well in the enterprise market? Featuring the first benchmarks of...

0 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/4/2002

Behind AnandTech - 2002 Server Upgrade

We've upgraded our servers, again. Take a look at what 18 new CPUs in some very high performance servers have been able to do for us.

0 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/1/2002

Digging into Phoneline Networking and HomePNA 2.0

HomePNA 2.0 may lack the hype of its wireless 802.11b brethren, but it offers more bandwidth at a lower cost with a guaranteed upgrade path. Today we take an...

0 by Eric Hagen on 12/20/2001

Cutting all Cables: Phoneline vs. Wireless Networking

Running CAT5 cabling all over the house is not an option, so what do you do? Wireless is the cleanest route to go but what kind of performance...

0 by Eric Hagen on 10/30/2001

Windows XP: AnandTech Readers Speak-Out

With the release of Microsoft's new OS Windows XP, people are bound to have opinions. We asked you our readers, what your thoughts were on the latest from...

0 by Eric Hagen on 10/29/2001

What's Holding Linux Back?

Our own Paul Sullivan examines the question "what is holding Linux back" in his latest editorial.

0 by Paul Sullivan on 10/25/2001

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