AMLogic Processor Roadmap: Quad core Cortex A9 (M8), and 64-bit ARM processors (M9)
We already knew AMLogic is about to release a quad core Cortex A9 SoC, previously codenamed AML8726-M8, but recently renamed to M80X...
Windows 8.1 64-bit Gaining Traction Among Gamers, Steam Data Claims
Windows 8.1 is also gaining ground among gamers, with new data provided by Valve’s Steam platform confirming that more users are making...
64-Bit Mobile CPUs Arrive in 2014, Handset Vendors to Widely Adopt Them
Next year is expected to bring to the market a flurry of smartphones powered by 64-bit processors, the latest reports on the matter...
Rumor: Qualcomm, Nvidia and Broadcom to announce 64-bit processors at CES 2014
Ever since Apple launched the iPhone 5S with a 64-bit ARMv8 processor (the A7), Android handset makers, Google and the various...
“When I’m sixty-four”: discussing the 64-bit version(s) of Firestorm
On October 18th, Jessica Lyon poked me about an upcoming blog post she was preparing for Firestorm which would make mention of a 64-bit...
Stardock helps to form Oxide Games; making new 64-bit Nitrous Engine
A few days ago, Stardock announced it was working on Galactic Civilizations III for the PC, and that the game will be made to run...
Solaris X86 64-bit Assembly Programming
This is a simple example on writing, compiling, and debugging Solaris 64-bit x86 assembly language with a C program. This is also...
RyuJIT: Microsoft's new 64-bit .Net compiler
Microsoft made available this week for public testing a build of a new 64-bit .Net compiler built by the company's .Net runtime...
Tizen 3.0 Features Announced: Multiple User Support, 64-bit Architecture & More
Tizen 2.2.1 was announced yesterday in the lead up to today’s Tizen Developer Summit, and the message that was sent out in the keynote...
NVIDIA Prepares Linux Users for a Future Without 32-bit
NVIDIA has announced that it has dropped support for the 32-bit Linux-x86 CUDA and OpenCL applications.
FreeBSD 10.0 Beta 3 Gets Improvements for the 64-bit Version
FreeBSD 10.0 Beta 3, an operating system for x86, ARM, IA-64, PowerPC, PC-98, and UltraSPARC architectures, is now available for...
Linus Acknowledges 32-Bit Linux As Less Important
The Linux 3.12 kernel was released on Sunday evening but prior to that was a last-minute pull request that got rejected by Linus...
Tuesday, 05 June 2012 11:05
New version! - The creation of electronic data in the form of web pages, text documents, spreadsheets, and graphics has grown significantly in the past decade. Because of this growth the complexity of managing, accessing, and collaborating on electronic data has also grown.
Secure access over the Internet has become essential for sharing files with team members in the next office or around the world. WebDrive® offers users secure file access and collaboration.
WebDrive uses industry standard Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and SFTP to ensure secure transmission of your files. WebDrive can provide S/Key password encryption so that passwords cannot be read during transmission. WebDrive supports WebDAV protocol, which allows you to lock files, change the files, and then release the locks to allow other users to review and update the information.
WebDrive allows you to connect to a GroupDrive, FTP, WebDAV, SFTP, Amazon-S3, or FrontPage Server using a LAN or Internet connection and to map a Network Drive to the server. You can then treat the FTP/DAV/FrontPage Server as if it were a hard disk on your system. Drag and drop files or copy files to and from the server using Windows Explorer; or use familiar DOS commands such as copy and xcopy. WebDrive FTP or HTTP enables any application instantly by integrating the server site into the Windows file system.
Windows 2003 Server
Windows Server 2008
WebDrive is supported on both the 32 bit and 64 bit editions of Windows
WebDrive - 64bit software
Latest version: 10.2
Release date: 2012-06-05
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