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New Handy Backup Add-on Lets Users Back up PostgreSQL databases

Three weeks after releasing Handy Backup for Yandex.Disk, Novosoft LLC today launched an add-on for Handy Backup that helps users back up PostgreSQL databases in a simple and convenient way. To meet market’s need of information safety, we have implemented advanced support for PostgreSQL backup in Handy Backup. Our new solution is one of the most reliable ways to perform PostgreSQL backup and, I hope, will be appreciated by users. – Aleksey Dolgushev, Business Development Head, Handy Backup. Some of the salient features of the PostgreSQL backup function of Handy Backup are: The advanced Database Backup plug-in uses the  Hot Backup technology to let users back up PostgreSQL tables located on both local and remote computers without stopping them. The plug-in has a smart scheduler that needs u...

How to Add Your Skype Contacts to Lync and Vice versa

Consumer reach of Skype + Enterprise richness of Lync =  Enhanced  communications experience around the world. Skype and Lync users can now connect with each other using the Lync-Skype connectivity. Since Lync’s use is rife among a majority of enterprises for IM, voice, video and meetings, Skype users can leverage it to reach a very wide  network of colleagues, partners and customers across organizations of all sizes. The initial set of features includes: Adding Skype contacts to Lync and vice-versa, enabling presence sharing Audio calling and instant messaging between Lync and Skype users Management settings for Lync administrators How can Skype users connect with their contacts on Lync? Two essential prerequisites for Skype users to connect with their  contacts on Lync are: The lat...

Microsoft to replace Windows Live Messenger with Skype on 15th March

Microsoft confirms to turn off  its Windows Live Messenger service globally (except for  China where Messenger will continue to be available, because it is run under licence there. ) on15 March 2013 and users have to shift to Skype. The service switch is a consequence of Microsoft’s acquisition of Skype in October 2011 for $8.5bn (£5.3bn). The Redmond, Washington-based technology giant announced in November that it was shutting down Messenger in favour of merging users into Skype. The transition began late last year with the release of Skype 6.0 software that lets people sign in to the online communication service using Microsoft accounts. To help people migrate before 15 March, Microsoft has been sending e-mails to its Messenger users, asking them to upgrade to Skype as soon as poss...

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