Protect Data Access

QUALYSTEM's latest products, the LiteNetPC and WinCD-Boot, ensure guaranteed access to user data, even when the local operating system or resident application are not available or accessible due to the instability of the PC. This innovation allows standalone PC users to launch a Windows operating system using a CD-ROM-type support (WinCD-Boot), and allows networked users to use a regular and simple server (LiteNetPC) instead of relying on a local hard disk. Both WinCD-Boot and LiteNetPC can be used in recovery situations, and as a solution for managing systems and application configurations for a complete bank of PCs.

Users can recover Windows 9X and related applications through the network with either product. Any standalone or networked machine will operate independently of the surrounding situation without disruption. This means that users can recover their data and complete work without the assistance of a technician, and without experiencing any downtime as a result of loss of data or power. Universities and schools can avoid the loss of productivity that comes from operating errors, viruses and hardware breakdowns.

Those who want to keep a local hard disk can use LiteNetPC or WinCD-Boot at any time as an immediate solution to recover data and complete work in progress when they can no longer access their data or local applications, simply by rebooting the PC. IT administrators can also prepare software configurations that are used on the same workstation. If a hardware problem arises, it is only necessary to move to another machine to continue work. LiteNetPC is targeted to networked PC applications, while WinCD-Boot is targeted to standalone PCs. QUALYSTEM, L'Hay-les-Roses, France, www.qualystem.com.

QUALYSTEM's latest products, the LiteNetPC and WinCD-Boot, ensure guaranteed access to user data, even when the local operating system or resident application are not available or accessible due to the instability of the PC. This innovation allows standalone PC users to launch a Windows operating system using a CD-ROM-type support (WinCD-Boot), and allows networked users to use a regular and simple server (LiteNetPC) instead of relying on a local hard disk. Both WinCD-Boot and LiteNetPC can be used in recovery situations, and as a solution for managing systems and application configurations for a complete bank of PCs.

Users can recover Windows 9X and related applications through the network with either product. Any standalone or networked machine will operate independently of the surrounding situation without disruption. This means that users can recover their data and complete work without the assistance of a technician, and without experiencing any downtime as a result of loss of data or power. Universities and schools can avoid the loss of productivity that comes from operating errors, viruses and hardware breakdowns.

Those who want to keep a local hard disk can use LiteNetPC or WinCD-Boot at any time as an immediate solution to recover data and complete work in progress when they can no longer access their data or local applications, simply by rebooting the PC. IT administrators can also prepare software configurations that are used on the same workstation. If a hardware problem arises, it is only necessary to move to another machine to continue work. LiteNetPC is targeted to networked PC applications, while WinCD-Boot is targeted to standalone PCs. QUALYSTEM, L'Hay-les-Roses, France, www.qualystem.com.

This article originally appeared in the 02/01/2001 issue of THE Journal.

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