Friday, April 17, 2009

[TechRepublic] Software Downloads: April 17, 2009

April 17, 2009

Can't get enough Firefox add-ons?

Personal Menu 4.1.3Neither can CNET editors. As long as developers keep making Firefox add-ons, they'll keep singling out the ones they deem worthy. Take a look at these Firefox add-ons:

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Scan, repair, and restore your Registry
Registry Repair Wizard 2009 build 6.10 is an advanced registry cleaner for Windows that allows you to safely scan, repair, and clean Windows Registry problems with a few simple mouse clicks. [License: Free to try]

Plan your work, track your goals, and manage your contacts
With Daisho 2.7.3, you can set goals and manage time and budgeting, organize contacts, use integrated e-mail client, and enjoy synchronization with Outlook. [License: Free to try]

Mark and save Web pages or parts of Web pages
Cache and Save 3.2 can be used as a standalone program and as a MS Internet Explorer add-on. Parts of Web pages can be saved by one mouse click with user-highlighted parts. [License: Free to try]

Organize your software and information pertaining to it
SoftCAT 4.00 build 2 is the ultimate software organizer database. The AutoCatalog feature will automatically add all programs installed on your computer. [License: Free to try]

Access your databases from Internet Explorer within minutes
DbaBar is an integrated toolbar enabling Oracle Database Administrators to browse their databases from within Internet Explorer within minutes after installation. [License: Purchase]

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Apr. 22nd: Managing Remote Workers with Web Conferencing

Check out this live TechRepublic Webcast on using interactive Web conferencing to keep mobile users and telecommuters connected and contributing efficiently to your business. (Adobe Systems)

Product Spotlight: Varonis Data Governance Suite 4.0

For many enterprises, data governance is more the mere best practice, it is an absolute necessity. Managing access down to the individual employee level requires a sophisticated set of applications. This is the level where the Varonis Intelligent Data Use platform shines.

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