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December 12, 2010

Desktop for life launches new platform for tablet, smartphone technologies

DT4Life supports Mac/OS, Windows, Linux, Android, IOS, RIM, WEB/OS trough a virtual connect interface

By CBR Staff Writer

Desktop for life (DT4L), has launched a new era in business and personal computing based on the current Slate/Tablet and Smartphone technologies.

The DT4Life’s platform enables for device, browser, and OS (Operating System) independence in accessing users favorite productivity software and applications.

DT4Life provides all the hardened security and discipline of the traditional "Glass House" data centres with the portability and always on/always there features of today’s Tablet/Slate and mobile devices.

As enterprise users adopt new technologies already embraced by today’s consumers, DT4Life provides an economical, secure and effective manner for the enterprise to manage the proliferation of these devices while safeguarding company data, the company claims.

DT4L technologies enables customers and enterprise users access to an always on/always there desktop image that is free of the technology constraints inherent in today’s desktop and /laptop environments.

Cloud computing offering for desktop/laptop users provides a true virtual desktop in the clouds, not a remotely accessible desktop.

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DT4Life currently supports Mac/OS, Windows, Linux, Android, IOS, RIM, and WEB/OS trough, a virtual connect interface enabling users to personally select and configure their desktop.

The new platform is accessible wherever WiFi or cell service is available while enabling for multiple OS images on a single device.

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