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04.26.2015 - Replify Accelerator runs on Debian Jessie



View Replify related news. The latest Debian Linux distribution (codenamed Jessie) has been released. Debian is the Linux distribution of choice for Replify Accelerator. It has a reputation for stability and its package management features mean that we can deploy new releases with a minimal of fuss
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04.13.2015 - Replify Travel Tips – Part 3 (Traversing the Great Firewall of China)



View Replify related news. I've recently returned from a fairly eventful trip to China where I was a groomsman at a traditional Chinese wedding, ate lots of interesting food and experienced my first ever episode of gout. (This may be related to eating too much interesting food)
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04.03.2015 - Circuit of Ireland speeds into Belfast



View Replify related news. Replify, like the Mitsubishi Evos in the Circuit of Ireland Rally, they get your data to its destination super fast. Because you get there quickly, you free up the road for other users, cutting down on traffic congestion and bottle necks, allowing everyone else to go about their business.
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03.24.2015 - Replify Travel Tips (Part 2)



View Replify related news. We all are in agreement that finding a hotel with free wifi (and good breakfast) and being in a city where free wifi in cafe's is abundant. Otherwise it makes communicating back home for work and personal reasons very difficult - and we at Replify don't like that.
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03.10.2015 - Replify Travel Tips (Part 1)



View Replify related news. I've recently returned from a trip to Cyprus. For those of you who don't know, Cyprus is a little island in the Mediterranean sea with a lot of interesting history. In particular during the Roman era, a lot of metal was mined here. The metal was known as ?yprium (metal of Cyprus) and later shortened to ?uprum. We know this metal as copper which of course has been very important in the development of telecommunications and therefore WAN optimization.
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02.20.2015 - It’s Snow Joke



View Replify related news. Parts of the Eastern US are having very cold weather at the moment and this is causing massive disruption as schools and businesses are closed, roads are blocked and public transport is delayed/cancelled.
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02.11.2015 - Unhappy Valentines Day!



View Replify related news. Getting internet access in remote locations such as at sea, the jungle or a tropical island can be difficult if you need to order cards, flowers or other tack online. Luckily the Replify WAN Optimisation software can be installed in any of these remote locations.
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02.02.2015 - Softland: Backup4all 5.3, with HTML email reports and other updates



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A new major version was released, Backup4all 5.3. The main feature is the support for emailing reports in HTML format, a new interface language, as well as important updates for existing features. You can download the latest version here: Download … Continue reading →

The post Backup4all 5.3, with HTML email reports and other updates appeared first on The Backup4all Blog.

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01.27.2015 - To be seen, but not understood.



View Replify related news. After the terrible events that happened in Paris earlier this month the UK’s Prime Minister, David Cameron said: In our country, do we want to allow a means of communication between people which we cannot read? This utterance was made with the intention of intercepting terrorist communications to prevent further attacks. While his intentions may be honourable, it is obvious the Prime Minister didn’t run this past anyone with an ounce of technical know-how before uttering it.
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01.16.2015 - Replify Announces Maintenance Release



View Replify related news. We always like to announce the release of a new software version at Replify and its now that time again. The new version 4.3.2, is a maintenance release along with a few features that will improve the level of optimisation when using http.
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01.07.2015 - Go Go Get ‘Em



View Replify related news. Those of you following tech news will have spotted the recent story about GoGo, a company that provides WiFi access on aeroplanes. They had been spotted decrypting customers' YouTube traffic. This is traffic that was requested over HTTPS and therefore that was supposed to be encrypted and free from the prying eyes of others.
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12.31.2014 - Happy new year



View Replify related news. Just like a long stream of TCP traffic needs to be split up into small sized blocks for caching and de-deduplication purposes, the long continuum of time is traditionally split up into periods of 365 (or thereabouts) days called years to match the Earth's orbit around the sun.
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11.28.2014 - Softland: Cyber Monday Giveaway: FREE Backup4all Lite 5



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Special promotion for the Black Friday - Cyber Monday 2014 week-end! During 28-November-2014 and 2-December-2014 you can get a free license for Backup4all Lite v5, no strings attached. There’s no catch, you will receive a valid license just like a … Continue reading →

The post Cyber Monday Giveaway: FREE Backup4all Lite 5 appeared first on The Backup4all Blog.

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11.26.2014 - Christmas Markup



View Replify related news. Its that time of year again, when the Christmas market comes to Belfast when everything is overpriced. At Replify, we are doing just the opposite! We are launching a new lower cost product shortly.
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11.17.2014 - Softland: Backup4all 5.2: Sprechen Sie Deutsch?



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Backup4all 5.2 is now available and includes several new features, updates and multiple fixes. The user interface is now translated into German too, a long awaited update by German speakers (and we have plans to release other language in the … Continue reading →

The post Backup4all 5.2: Sprechen Sie Deutsch? appeared first on The Backup4all Blog.

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10.28.2014 - Integrate Replify into your product offering!



View Replify related news. Replify’s accelerator technology could be seamlessly integrated into your product so that it has a competitive advantage that gives your customers an improved user experience and means they use less bandwidth too.
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09.26.2014 - Shell Shock



View Replify related news. There has been a lot of media coverage recently about a potential security vulnerability affecting the bash shell which is a common shell on Unix or Linux systems. The vulnerability is also called "Shell Shock."
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09.23.2014 - Don’t wait in-line



View Replify related news. A question we are often asked when a customer is about to trial Replify Accelerator is whether or not it will impact their network for non-Accelerator users. For most scenarios, the answer is a definitive "No, if anything, it may improve things." The reason we are asked this is because a number of WAN optimization products work "in-line".
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09.04.2014 - It’s someone else’s problem



View Replify related news. Long before starting work in Replify, I had a job where I would provide assistance to customers who were deploying Enterprise software solutions. In general, this was an interesting job, however it could be infuriating whenever customers would raise issues that couldn't reliably be reproduced.
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09.04.2014 - It’s someone elses problem



View Replify related news. Long before starting work in Replify, I had a job where I would provide assistance to customers who were deploying Enterprise software solutions. In general, this was an interesting job, however it could be infuriating whenever customers would raise issues that couldn't reliably be reproduced.
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