Part of running a business is to ensure that you protect what generates money. Often this means your files, business contracts and agreements as well as other confidential and important documents. Most of these important documents are often stored in a computer or laptop system online or offline. This can be dangerous as there are many viruses that can ultimately remove and delete files from your computer without you knowing.
A free antivirus software tool from a Finnish security company can help to detect all forms of the five different malware families used to steal online banking information. The Debank tool was originally created by Fitsec for scanning enterprise machines. It works by scanning the process memory of a computer to detect malware that is compressed before distribution.
Compressing or packing is one technique that can sometimes fool standard antivirus programs which can mistake the malware for a different program each time it is repackaged. Other antivirus programs use heuristics in addition to traditional signatures to detect malware, but this approach does not always yield as much success as performing a full sweep of memory. The Debank program analyzes the core program code which is rarely changed by malware authors.
Cloud-based business intelligence software from OfficeXta is bringing it's Enterprise 2.0 Business Intelligence Reports to the Google Apps marketplace. This new application is geared towards businesses who are seeking a low cost report tool that can be used with a variety of hardware and software platforms.
Best of all, this new software is free to subscribers of the OfficeXta enterprise collaboration platform. It can be accessed from any device to offer users a world class platform that businesses of any size will find useful. This new, cloud based approach allows enables employees and clients to achieve new levels of collaboration and reduce IT costs, improve productivity, and boost the bottom line. Some of the key features of this software include complete support for spreadsheets, HTML, forms, charts, reports and more.
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Walt Disney Company may decide to revise the prices on which it has decided to delist UTV Software. This change in the course of action was brought about by a negative response from investors upon hearing the original delisting price of Rs 1,000 per share for the software entertainment company. UTV Software's stocks rose by 4 % and the software entertainment firm has outdone the Indian benchmark SENSEX, in the past six trading sessions. Analysts say that the offer price will most likely be revised and will only go upwards. Market analysts also stated that a meaningful increase would be unlikely as Disney's offer for UTV Software is already at 71 per cent premium to the average stock prices over the last year.