Wondershare Announces Release of Data Recovery 1.0 and 50% Discount

Oct 29th, 2009 – Wondershare Software Co., Ltd, an innovative provider of consumer software, today announced the release of its first item of system security software Wondershare Data Recovery V1.0, which provides users a safe, easy and fast way to recover deleted, formatted and corrupted data.

Wondershare Data Recovery is designed to help users to get lost data back by themselves. This tool enables users to select, scan and recover without any technical skills. The backup and read-only design can protect data of the drive being searched. And the scan limits preselecting function makes the recovery process much faster.

"Wondershare always dedicates to providing well designed and easy-to-use software to users all over the world, and this time we want our users to have an easy yet efficient data recovering experience," said Robert Lee, Product Manager of Data Recovery at Wondershare System Utility Division. "Compared with similar products on the market, I have confidence to say that fast scan and recovery is one of our superiors."

Key Features of Wondershare Data Recovery V1.0:
1. Recover lost data due to damaged, deleted, formatted, or corrupted disks in all logical crashes.
2. Support scan of a single subfolder.
3. Won’t repeatedly display the same files.
4. Have little impact on your system.
5. Spend relatively short time on scanning and recovering.
6. Output a simple file catalog after recovering.
7. Support path restoration.

System requirement:
OS: Windows 9x/Me/2000/XP/2003/VISTA
File systems: FAT12/16/32 or NTFS/NTFS 5.
Minimum hardware requirements: 200 MHz Processor, 128 MB Memory, 10 MB of free space
 

Pricing and Availability:
Wondershare Data Recovery is now available at www.data-recovery-utilities.com. Competitively priced at US$59.95 for a single user license, Wondershare offers 50% off, at $29.95 from now to Nov 15th 2009.
For free trial download, please visit: www.data-recovery-utilities.com/download.html

Special Offer:
A special offer of free license for Wondershare Data Recovery is provided to webmasters, bloggers, and columnists who write a review of software on their website, blog or column link back to our website.
 

About Wondershare:
Established in 2003 and located in Shenzhen, adjacent to the international financial and trade center Hong Kong, Wondershare has extended its business worldwide, consistently dedicated to satisfy customers with diversified consumer software products and services.

Contact:
Maggie Gao
Email: sale-15@wondershare.com
Tel: +86-755-86117747
Fax: +86-755-86117737

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Wondershare Announces Release of Data Recovery 1.0 and 50% Discount

Oct 29th, 2009 – Wondershare Software Co., Ltd, an innovative provider of consumer software, today announced the release of its first item of system security software Wondershare Data Recovery V1.0, which provides users a safe, easy and fast way to recover deleted, formatted and corrupted data.

Wondershare Data Recovery is designed to help users to get lost data back by themselves. This tool enables users to select, scan and recover without any technical skills. The backup and read-only design can protect data of the drive being searched. And the scan limits preselecting function makes the recovery process much faster.

"Wondershare always dedicates to providing well designed and easy-to-use software to users all over the world, and this time we want our users to have an easy yet efficient data recovering experience," said Robert Lee, Product Manager of Data Recovery at Wondershare System Utility Division. "Compared with similar products on the market, I have confidence to say that fast scan and recovery is one of our superiors."

Key Features of Wondershare Data Recovery V1.0:
1. Recover lost data due to damaged, deleted, formatted, or corrupted disks in all logical crashes.
2. Support scan of a single subfolder.
3. Won’t repeatedly display the same files.
4. Have little impact on your system.
5. Spend relatively short time on scanning and recovering.
6. Output a simple file catalog after recovering.
7. Support path restoration.

System requirement:
OS: Windows 9x/Me/2000/XP/2003/VISTA
File systems: FAT12/16/32 or NTFS/NTFS 5.
Minimum hardware requirements: 200 MHz Processor, 128 MB Memory, 10 MB of free space
 

Pricing and Availability:
Wondershare Data Recovery is now available at www.data-recovery-utilities.com. Competitively priced at US$59.95 for a single user license, Wondershare offers 50% off, at $29.95 from now to Nov 15th 2009.
For free trial download, please visit: www.data-recovery-utilities.com/download.html

Special Offer:
A special offer of free license for Wondershare Data Recovery is provided to webmasters, bloggers, and columnists who write a review of software on their website, blog or column link back to our website.
 

About Wondershare:
Established in 2003 and located in Shenzhen, adjacent to the international financial and trade center Hong Kong, Wondershare has extended its business worldwide, consistently dedicated to satisfy customers with diversified consumer software products and services.

Contact:
Maggie Gao
Email: sale-15@wondershare.com
Tel: +86-755-86117747
Fax: +86-755-86117737

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Opening day edges nearer for the Higher Ed Services Portal

October 30, 2009

 

The Higher Ed Services Portal offers Higher Education executives a venue in which to conduct comprehensive research and due diligence on products and services specific to the Higher Education marketplace while saving time and money.

 

For those executives who see time as a barrier The Higher Education Services Portal

www.higheredservicesportal.com might just be an ideal tool for them and their peers. With intentions to go live on November 15th, 2009, The Higher Education Services Portal was strategically designed to provide executive leadership with a free all-inclusive platform in which to conduct research and comparative analysis of the products and services specific to the higher education marketplace.

 

The portal plans to list over 950 vendors with thousands products and services specific to the needs of higher education. With over 50 years experience in the higher education industry, our management team knows the value in connecting institutional executives with the right vendor in an expedient manner. We believe this vendor neutral research platform is the answer to providing vendor product and service specific research needs to the Higher Education community.

 

In early 2009 the Portal will offer a monthly enews letter, an RFP posting board, hosted webinars, white papers and a host of other free services to the members of the educational community. If you wish to pre-subscribe to our monthly enews letter, subscribe to us at

newsletter@higheredservicesportal.com .

 

The Higher Education Services Portal was strategically designed to provide Higher Education executives with an all-inclusive platform in which to conduct research and perform comparative analysis of the thousands of companies, products and services specific to the higher education marketplace.

 

Membership is free to institutions of higher education.

 
 

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$100,000 to institutions that help first-generation students of color achieve academic success

The purpose of the Walmart Minority Student Success Initiative is to increase first-generation student success and degree completion through faculty-driven, academic-focused practices focused on student learning. IHEP and the Walmart Foundation are seeking MSIs with innovative approaches to academic interventions, targeted to first-generation students and directed by institutional faculty and academic affairs staff.

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Win $1,000 or DreamBox subscriptions for their classroom

The "Dream Big" contest calls on kids to imagine their career dreams and submit a video on what they want to be when they grow up.  The videos will be posted on DreamBox.com as well as YouTube, with public voting on the best submissions.  In addition to public opinion, DreamBox Learning has appointed a panel of judges to review the most popular submissions and determine prize winners, to be announced on December 15, 2009.  Family and classroom contestants are strongly encouraged to have fun and focus on the contest theme rather than video production quality as winners will be judged on content and creativity. 
While everyone who enters will be rewarded with a free one-month trial of DreamBox Learning K-2 Math, one entry will be chosen to win a grand prize of $1,000. Additionally, five individual entries will be awarded six-month subscriptions to DreamBox Learning K-2 Math valued at $59.99; and three classrooms will win a DreamBox Math Classroom license for the 2009/10 school year, good for up to 24 students, and valued at $1,200.

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Students can have their short stories published

Reading Rockets and AdLit.org recently launched a new monthly challenge that gives students a chance to flex their writing muscles with writing prompts.
The prompts are inspired by the 18 authors and illustrators participating in the Exquisite Corpse Adventure, a new serial story that’s unfolding on the Library of Congress website.
The Exquisite Prompt contest is a series of monthly writing challenges designed as a classroom activity for kids in grades K-12. Teachers can engage their students by selecting just one of the monthly challenges or try a new challenge every month. The prompts are based on the works or the lives of the 18 participating authors and illustrators and the project can be used in conjunction with, or independent of, the Exquisite Corpse Adventure.

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Fellowships for new high school math and science teachers

The Knowles Science Teaching Foundation is now accepting applications for a comprehensive teaching fellowship available to individuals committed to becoming professional high school science or mathematics teachers. KSTF Teaching Fellowships provide up to five years of financial and professional support to exceptional individuals as they begin their careers teaching in U.S. high schools.

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Up to $10,000 for top teachers

The Fund for Teachers invites educators from across the country to submit proposals for their own do-it-yourself learning odysseys next summer. Destinations and disciplines are limitless as previous itineraries over the past nine years include tours, conferences and independent studies on every continent. Multiple grants – of $5,000 for individuals and team grants of up to $10,000 — will be awarded.

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Students can win a video or digital camera

Pitsco Network is asking for students who participate in their education curriculum to submit their group projects to the Pitsco Education Project contest. Any student creation designed and built as a required project in a Pitsco lab is eligible.
Non-video entries should provide brief written summary with photos. The students who created the project must do the writing and be pictured in the photos. A summary of no more than one page of information (unless project documents are included) and up to five photos may be included. Video entries should be no longer than three minutes in length.
A $100 Pitsco Education gift certificate will be awarded to the teacher of the students who create the winning entry in each category. Top prize in the non-video category is a digital camera for the classroom, and top prize in the video category is a video camera for the classroom.

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Purdue University and SunGard Higher Education to Collaborate on Product to Improve Academic Success

MALVERN, Pa. and WEST LAFAYETTE Ind., October 29,2009 – Signals, an innovative early intervention system that warns students that are at-risk of underperforming in a course and facilitates faculty interventions will be enhanced and brought to higher education institutions through a joint effort by SunGard Higher Education, Purdue University and the Purdue Research Foundation. 

The collaboration is among the first examples of SunGard Higher Education’s new Open Digital Campus strategy in action.
 
Developed by Purdue, the Signals software monitors students’ behavior patterns and academic performance to determine if they are at risk of earning a low grade and allows faculty to intervene with suggestions on actions they can take to help students improve their grades. An intuitive stoplight provides indications to students if they are underperforming, and prompts the students to take action.
 
Today, campus sources for data about students vary greatly and come from different systems, applications and vendors.  The power of Signals’ predictive modeling comes from employing multiple data sources to create a more complete picture of a student’s academic performance. That picture helps identify students at-risk in a course so an intervention can happen early enough to actually make a difference — as early as the second week of class.
 
Officials from Purdue University, the Purdue Research Foundation and SunGard Higher Education signed a memorandum of understanding outlining key points of the parties’ collaboration efforts, and have begun work on a definitive agreement. Their planned efforts will bring Purdue’s original design and expertise together with SunGard Higher Education’s development resources. SunGard Higher Education will create and market a new next-generation software product based on Signals that will be architected to work with multiple course management systems and student information systems. The solution will also provide flexibility for institutions so that they can refine and customize it to fit each their needs and environment.
 
"The old idea of weeding out students, of ‘look left, look right and one of you won’t be here next year,’ is an incredibly wasteful process for both universities and families.  No one thanks educators if their kid lasts two years and then drops out," said Gerry McCartney, Purdue’s vice president for information technology and chief information officer. "Signals helps us keep the students on task and focused, and offers students real opportunities for improvement.“
 
Signals was piloted in the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic year. According to Purdue, the pilot involved nearly 2,000 students, where a double-blind study found that 67 percent of students receiving a yellow or red warning improved their effort and grade.  For students who received a red light only, 78 percent improved their grade and effort during the mid-term period.
 
"Our faculty loves Signals because it helps them quickly identify students who need help, and reach out to them in an effective and efficient way," Mr. McCartney said. "But the students love it even more, which is both pleasing and a bit of a surprise, honestly." 
 
"Signals provides educators and leaders in higher education with valuable information to help them meet the individual educational needs of their students," said Joseph B, Hornett, senior vice president, treasurer and chief operating officer of the Purdue Research Foundation.  "The flexibility of the Signals software is also important, enabling it to fit different needs at different institutions and be modified as new technologies are introduced to the educational environment."
 
Through its recently announced Open Digital Campus vision and technology strategy, SunGard Higher Education is giving colleges and universities new flexibility to shape how technology meets their evolving needs. The open strategy helps reduce dependencies and expand an institution’s ability to choose the technologies, delivery models, open source and vendor solutions that fit its needs. In academics, an area in which SunGard Higher Education has strengthened its efforts over the past year, this includes new opportunities for collaboration such as this project with Purdue.
 
"Through the Open Digital Campus, we are collaborating with our customers and working to deliver more modular and specific components that address precise institution needs, like course success,” said Tom Wagner, vice president at SunGard Higher Education. “We will build on the Purdue team’s outstanding work to offer a flexible solution that helps institutions extend the value of their investments, improve student success, and further the core mission of the institution.”  
 
Signals will complement SunGard Higher Education’s existing Banner Enrollment Management Suite by focusing on improving student success within a course, while components within Banner Enrollment Management focus on retaining the student at the institution or within a particular degree program and creating a loyal relationship that lasts beyond graduation. Data from Signals about student risk within courses will feed into Banner Enrollment Management to help create a complete picture of the student’s education experience.
 
About Purdue University
Purdue University is a public, doctoral-granting research university founded in 1869.  Purdue University’s statewide system includes its main campus in West Lafayette, Indiana, four regional campuses, and numerous teaching and research sites throughout Indiana. Purdue has a system-wide enrollment of more than 69,000 students from 50 states and 130 countries.
 
Purdue’s main campus offers more than 200 majors for undergraduates and more than 70 master’s and doctoral programs. The university also has 18 intercollegiate sports teams and more than 850 student organizations. Purdue is led by France A. Córdova, who serves as the university’s eleventh president, as well as professor of physics and astronomy.
 
About Purdue Research Foundation
The Purdue Research Foundation is a private, nonprofit foundation created to advance the mission of Purdue University. The foundation accepts gifts; administers trusts; funds research, scholarships and grants; acquires property; and negotiates research contracts on behalf of Purdue. In the 1990s, the foundation was charged with helping the university in the realm of economic development. The Purdue Research Foundation oversees the Purdue Research Park, which is the largest university-affiliated business incubator in the country.
 
 
About SunGard Higher Education
SunGard Higher Education serves colleges, universities and foundations in 40 countries worldwide. Through its Open Digital Campus strategy, SunGard collaborates with the higher education community and provides software and services to help institutions find better ways to teach, learn, manage and connect. www.sungardhe.com
 
About SunGard
SunGard is one of the world’s leading software and IT services companies.  SunGard serves more than 25,000 customers in more than 70 countries.
 
SunGard provides software and processing solutions for financial services, higher education and the public sector.   SunGard also provides disaster recovery services, managed IT services, information availability consulting services and business continuity management software.

With annual revenue exceeding $5 billion, SunGard is ranked 435 on the Fortune 500 and is the largest privately held business software and services company on the Forbes list of private businesses. Based on information compiled by Datamonitor*, SunGard is the third largest provider of business applications software after Oracle and SAP. Continuity, Insurance & Risk has recognized SunGard as service provider of the year an unprecedented six times.  For more information, please visit SunGard at www.sungard.com.

*January 2009 Technology Vendors Financial Database Tracker http://www.datamonitor.com

Trademark Information: SunGard, the SunGard logo and Banner are trademarks or registered trademarks of SunGard Data Systems Inc. or its subsidiaries in the U.S. and other countries. All other trade names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.
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