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Pacific Software Publishing, Inc. (AKA PSPINC)
1404 140th PL NE, Bellevue, WA 98007, USA
425-957-0808 or 800-232-3989
FREE CRM from Pacific Software Publishing, Inc.
Pacific Software Publishing, Inc. is a small business with little less than 50 people in our staff. When we needed a software to manage our business activities with our clients (CRM), we could not find anything and we did not want to pay anything. So we created our own CRM software to manage customer data and we called it PILOT.
We made this software free for you all to use. Yes, it is free. No string attached. Just visit following site and sign up.
Can you use the Internet to back up data?
Internet service is getting faster and cheaper ... but is it now fast and affordable enough to be used as your primary backup system? Backing up files to a USB external drive is different. By using USB 2.0, you can transfer files up to 480 Mbps - I will explain.
Transfer speed is measured in Mbps (Megabits per second). Using a 1 Mbps connection, you can send 125 kilobytes every second. This is not fast enough to receive streaming video in standard resolution. To receive HD (1080p) video streaming, you should have a 20 Mbps connection.
One 2 hour / 1 GB movie uploaded using a 5 Mbps broadband connection can take about 20 minutes or 1.5 hours with 1 Mbps speed. Given that a terabyte has 1,048,576 megabytes, if you could achieve the theoretical 60 Mbps transfer, you could do it in slightly over 4 hours and 45 minutes.
I am designing a system that allows people to back up a huge amount of data for safe storage. The key to this is speed and ease-of-use. The first step is to create a testing method for the file transfer rate. It is a challenging but interesting problem to solve.
Who is Ken Uchikura?
President / CEO
Pacific Software Publishing, Inc.
When you make decision, you rarely get enough information or you sometime get too much information. When it comes down to it, you need to rely on your gut feeling.
My dat started with waking up 2:30am and saw snow.
I rushed to the office t clear some snow.
Smallest Sumo Rikoshi
I saw a wonderful commercial in Japanese ... I attempted to translate it, I don’t know if it makes sense. This is a commercial from a Japanese department store called Seibu / Sogo.
Great reversals can occur.
I do not believe that.
No miracles happen anyway.
Still people will say irresponsibly.
A smaller person can overcome a larger person.
Now is the time to be yourself.
But such an idea is stupid.
It's wise to give up if you know you cannot win.
At end of the game, there is no chance to win.
To you who read this far…
Read the text line-by-line, from bottom to top.
The reversal drama begins…
I hope it made sense.
After the successful launch of coffee machine at our HQ building, we have installed another coffee machine at R&D building today.
We got this coffee machine from https://www.agorarefreshments.com
It is a hit.
Coffee machine went down yesterday and it was fixed today.
So many people missed coffee from this machine.
We are happy to have it back.
Entire server team is working on Sunday.
Today is the fist day that businesses in Japan start working in 2020. Because of the long new year holidays, we had huge traffic hike. In addition, one of our Internet line is being attacked. So, we need to shut down on oof the line to take care of it.
It is almost noon in Japan and I think we are now in clear.
年始の仕事初めのトラフィックに対応するために万全の体制でデータセンターの監視を行いました。昨日から回線の１つの DDOS アタックと見られるトラフィックを検知、その回線を落しての対応を余儀なくされました。
When it comes to Internet and Social Media ... people talk big, fast and strong. I think it is norm to make you look bigger than what you really are. So, people start not believing in the advertisements. People reply on others for their opinion.
It is like blowfish make itself bigger to look stronger!!!
Sometime it is refreshing to hear what is on your mind rather than trying make people believe by talking big.
I understand the feeling.
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