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Sunday, September 24, 2006

Free Software Tuesday

In what I hope becomes a weekly feature here...get ready to download a free piece of software this Tuesday, September 26.

NewTech Infosystems, a digital media and storage management developer, is releasing a new USB data storage and protection software product called NTI Ninja. It will be priced at $24.99 however - in an unusual but interesting marketing ploy - they will offer it for free this Tuesday via download from their site. You must log on between 12:00 a.m. - 11:59 p.m., Pacific Time.
NTI Ninja was created in response to the growing demand to secure data on
mobile USB storage devices. Flash drives are ideal for business people,
students, and consumers who want to keep their digital data with them but don't
want to carry a notebook everywhere they go.

To meet the security needs of USB device users, NTI Ninja includes core
protection features. The user-adjustable partition sizing feature enables users
to create public and private partitions in combinations up to the maximum
capacity of their USB device. Ninja encrypts and password protects the private
area so users can be confident that sensitive data in the private partition
cannot be accessed, even if the drive is lost or stolen. Most USB security
software today merely password protects the entire USB device which stops the
user's ability to share public content on the device. NTI Ninja actually
encrypts and password protects the data designated by the user to be hidden in
the private partition while it maintains the full ability of the public data in
the public partition to be shared. Users also have the flexibility to reformat
their drive at any time to meet changing requirements.


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