Skip to main content

Dell reveals Latitude 10 business version

CNETAnalysis: Dell has launched a new version of Latitude 10 tablet computer with a security configuration aimed at the business market. It has been given a dual-authentication function, with an integrated smart card and fingerprint reader, to add to its end point security management suite. The suite uses the readers in the Latitutude 10 as well as third party security devices. A Dell wizard supports the setup. Other security features include the Trusted Platform Module 1.2 hardware, to allow networks to check the integrity of devices, and Microsoft BitLocker Drive Encryption. There is also Computrace Support for stealth tracking software to help recover lost or stolen devices, and a Noble Lock slot. Right tablet for the job “Other tablets being deployed in business environments can cause more harm than good in the long run with unforeseen management costs and unsecure data protection and access,” said Neil Hand, Vice President of Tablets and Performance PCs, End User Computing at Dell. “With Latitude 10 enhanced security configuration, our customers will be able to give their workers the mobility and productivity they want while having the peace of mind they can easily enforce and adhere to some of the most rigorous security regulations.” The move is part of Dell’s effort to make itself a serious presence in the market for business tablets. While the Latitude 10 has been aimed at the education and consumer markets as much as small business, the company believes the extra focus on security will help to strengthen its appeal to the latter. “Small businesses are asking how they can enable workers to move around, access data, meet compliance regulation and keep company information safe,” says Brett Hansen, Executive Director, Client Software Planning and Management for Dell. He says the company’s recent acquisition of security software firm Credant Technologies has made it possib! le to introduce a new approach to data encryption on the Latitude 10. Encryption made easier Data kept on the Latitude’s hard drive can be kept to 128 bit encyrption and shared in that state with other devices. IT administrators can specify the people with whom a user can share different data sets, or allow them the freedom to share some data with they consider appropriate. Dell has attempted to reduce the effort involved in programming the Latitude 10 to match compliance requirements of a specific business or the country within which it works. It has provided a range of templates for the appropriate level of security, although these can be modified by administrators. “It’s provided a lot of restrictions, based on our understanding of the laws of different places and their regulations for various industries,” Hansen says. The Latitude 10, which is priced at £586 in the UK market, is also enabled for the transfer of data to Android or iOS devices. Dell has introduced a longer lasting version of the tablet’s battery, capable of working for up to 20 hours without a recharge rather than the standard 10. It is making replacement batteries quickly available from its customer services, priced at £17 for the two-cell, 30W version, and £40 for the four-cell 59W version. It says these prices make it economical to carry a spare. Related Stories DAP Technologies unveils M9700 rugged tablet Posted by: Maryum

Facebook

Facebook Recommendations

Followers

Ad.fly Partner


Add to Technorati Favorites



Haroof.com


Politics blogs

My Zimbio

Email Subscribe

Enter your email address:

Watch online Live TV

Popular posts from this blog

Dheere Dheere Se Meri Zindagi Mein Aana

Dheere Dheere Lyrics by Yo Yo Honey Singh: The song is sung, composed and written by Yo! Yo! Honey Singh featuring Hrithik Roshan, Sonam Kapoor. It's an alternate version of "Dheere Dheere Se" from Aashiqui, composed by Nadeem-Shravan and lyrics by Rani Malik.
Singer / Composer / Lyrics: Yo Yo Honey Singh
Video Features: Hrithik Roshan, Sonam Kapoor
Music Label: T-Series











Dheere Dheere Lyrics Har pal meriyaan yadaan
Yadaan vich ae tun
Dil di gal main dassa
Te dassa fir kinnu (x2)

Teri meri, meri teri ik jind'di
Ik jind'di what to do
Jhoomu main naachu main gaaun ke likhun
Tere liye main kya karun

Dheere dheere se meri zindagi mein aana
Dheere dheere se dil ko churana (churana..)
Tumse pyaar hume hai kitna jaane jaana
Tumse mil kar tumko hai batana

Sham wahi, kaam wahi
Tere bina o sanam
Neend nahi, chain nahi
Tere bina o sanam (x2)

Teri meri, meri teri ik jind'di
Ik jind'di what to do?
Jhoomu main nachu main gaaun ke likhun
Tere liye main kya karun

Dheer…

Download PTI Songs (Mp3 Audio List)

PTI Audio SongsDownload/Listen to official & Unofficial tracks for PTIInsha Allah Naya PakistanArtists: Junaid Jamshed, Salman Ahmad, Nusrat Hussain & Shahi Hasan
Download Audio
Tabdeeli Aagayi Hai YaaroArtists: Waqqas Qadir Sheikh & Atif Ali
Download Audio

Challo Imran Ke SathArtist:Rahat Fateh Ali Khan
Download Audio

Dil Naik Ho Neyat SaafPTI Official Anthem
Download Audio
Uth Jawana (PTI Version)Band: Soch
Download Audio
Main Baghi HoonArtist: Shahram Azhar
Download Audio
Banay Ga Naya PakistanArtist: Attaullah Khan Esakhelvi
Download Audio

Ding Dong Bubble Gum Releases Animated Full Song 2015

All hail the Ding Dong Bubblegum Super Cat! The latest superhero in the line of brand-inspired animated characters.
Last year, Hilal aired a 1 minute story, showing the animated Super Cat fighting off the mice aka gooneys, who attempt to steal her Ding Dong bubblegum. The video, meant to be a teaser, cuts off with a ‘To Be Continued’ sign.

Now, we see the rest of the story….
Super Cat is back and she’s kicking mice butt, facing multiple obstacles, using her trusted bells and outsmarting her ‘nephew', the Lion.
All this and she manages to take back what’s rightfully hers… the bubblegum!
The best thing about Ding Dong is that the “Cat” in the ad has always been the same. Talk about consistency.
An extended version of the song has been introduced but still goes along the same lines of “Aik billi moti taazi thi, jo mazay se ding dong khati thi”
All in all, a fun video to watch about the age-old brand that most people consider as part of their childhood.
Watch the video below:

Labels

Show more