Epson accused of hidden costs over low-cost remote proofer

Epson accused of hidden costs over low-cost remote proofer
Epson has been accused of misleading printers about the total cost of using its desktop Stylus Pro 4900, which is available with an internal spectrophotometer, as a remote proofing device.
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Mobile devices hit Trevor’s spot
A 10in form factor is just right Sysadmin blog I have spent the past month using Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) as often as possible in my role as a systems administrator. I have worked on my Blackberry 8350i, my HTC Desire and an iPad, using native apps as well as working within a remote environment, to perform tasks ranging from writing articles to managing servers. Using RDP, VNC and …
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After beta, LogMeIn intros join.me, promises new ways to collaborate online
Remote desktop client LogMeIn has announced a new way to collaborate online in join.me , previously released as a beta in August.
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