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RJL Software - Software - Utility - TreeCopy Have you ever needed to copy a directory structure without copying the files? TreeCopy now makes this possible. Our small program will allow you to select the "from directory" and "into directory", and it will proceed to copy ONLY the directory structure. In cloud we trust? The PRISM effect on the future of cloud-computing. The revelation that surveillance was allegedly happening in foreign countries has put the EU in a difficult position, not least for diplomatic reasons. Perhaps more interesting, though, is the number of high-profile technology companies that have understandably waded into the fray in recent weeks – claiming that the government’s activity undermines their customers’ confidence and by proxy, has taken its toll on their hard earned bottom-line. From the cloud-computing perspective, the industry consensus is that this damaged trust will cost US-based providers of hosting services tens of billions of dollars internationally. While Europe’s digital chief, Neelie Kroes has wasted no time in claiming that the PRISM scandal has presented an opportunity for Europe to become the world’s leading “trusted cloud region” – EU providers will not emerge unscathed.

Cloud Will we ever see a common Cloud API standard? Or is this a fanciful notion? Currently, there seems to be several camps in the Cloud Computing world. PRISM revelations result in lost business for US cloud companies. The revelations about the National Security Agency’s (NSA) broad monitoring of traffic and access to the data of cloud providers spurred by the actions of former NSA contractor Edward Snowden may or may not have hurt national security, depending on who you ask. But according to a recent survey by the industry organization Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the exposure of NSA’s PRISM program is having a very real impact on the bottom line of US cloud service providers in the form of lost overseas customers. Concerns about NSA surveillance are hardly new.

Configure ownCloud Last week the source code from ownCloud moved from Gitorious to GitHub. With this move, the core and the apps where splitted. If you now do a “git clone” of the core only the Files app will be available. To get the core and all apps together, we use the apps_paths option in config/config.php and clone the apps repoistory into the apps2/ directory: There are more options available to fine-tune the apps behaviour, like disable the appstore to get more control over apps updates/installs. All options are described in “config/config.sample.php”

United Nations Geospatial Information Section Web Site LINKS TO OTHER WEB SITES: This is the United Nations Geospatial Information Section web site. Links to other sites are provided for information only. The inclusion of these links and their content does not imply official endorsement or approval whatsoever by the United Nations. Recover passwords protecting iPhone/iPod and BlackBerry backups. Recover Password-Protected BlackBerry and Apple Backups Elcomsoft Phone Password Breaker enables forensic access to password-protected backups for smartphones and portable devices based on RIM BlackBerry and Apple iOS platforms. The password recovery tool supports all Blackberry smartphones as well as Apple devices running iOS including iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices of all generations released to date, including the iPhone 5S and iOS 7. Unlock Apple and BlackBerry Backups The new tool recovers the original plain-text passwords protecting encrypted backups for Apple and BlackBerry devices. The backups contain address books, call logs, SMS archives, calendars and other organizer data, camera snapshots, voice mail and email account settings, applications, Web browsing history and cache.

CX - Android App FX File Explorer is a file manager with optional media, networking, cloud, and root capabilities. FX is designed to let you quickly and easily manage all content on your phone or tablet. FX has no ads. The free main module of FX File Explorer (this product) includes all file management features for working with files on your phone/tablet. The "FX Plus" add-on adds media management, network (FTP, SFTP, SMB, WebDAV) and cloud capabilities (Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, Box, SugarSync). The "Plus" add-on is a paid app (with a 7-day free trial).

Comparison of online backup services. This is a comparison of online backup services. Online backup is a particular kind of file hosting service; however, various products that are designed for file storage may not have features or characteristics that others designed for backup have. Comparison[edit] Legend[edit] Installation ownCloud provides ready-to-deploy packages for popular Linux distributions such as Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, RedHat Enterprise Linux, CentOS and openSUSE. Clicking on “Continue” will forward you to the ownCloud community page at the openSUSE Build Service, which hosts the repositories for all distributions. Further instructions on how to install ownCloud for your distribution are also provided there. For setup instructions, please follow the ownCloud Admin manual.

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I know that I need to spend more time with Ubuntu One. So many resources to discover and uncover. by williamellerbe Oct 10

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