Thursday, September 28, 2006

RSOE Havaria Information Services

RSOE Havaria For Emergency and Disaster Information Service.


SWISSVAULT – the backup butler is a fully automatic data backup system that fits the bill perfectly: no more expensive consulting, complex installations, juggling with hardware and software compatibility, loading and unloading backup media, or figuring where to store your data assets.

The backup butler is always there, quickly and automatically gathering your business-critical data and sending it into ultimate safekeeping. And because the backup butler comes from Switzerland, you can expect the highest standards of quality, confidentiality and security. Perhaps the only un-Swiss thing about the service is its surprising affordability. The financial and manpower savings give you more options for allocating business resources.


Always on duty SWISSVAULT makes a secure backup copy of all your key business data at any time, on an automatic schedule and by manual request. The backup butler is the first-ever professional solution to incorporate fully automated backup, vaulting (secure off-site data storage with online access), and rapid restore (recovery of previously backed-up data).

For companies, pre-empting the consequences of a data disaster is equivalent to taking out life insurance, and forms the centrepiece in any business continuity plan. Growing dependence on computer data, and the increasing risks that engenders, make contingency planning an issue that deserves serious attention. SWISSVAULT is the most advanced, secure and dependable total solution for smaller to medium-sized companies. It replaces manual backup operations with centrally managed, fully automated processes.

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Casino Royale

Wednesday, September 13, 2006


Ever been on an important cell call when your battery annoyingly drops dead mid sentence while you’re frantically searching for your re-charger? That fumbling is a thing of the past now thanks to Splashpower, an innovative little device which emits ‘wireless power,’ allowing you to recharge all sorts of mobile gadgets without plugging them in.

New IPod shuffle

Apple has just launched a few new products but one that has got us excited is the iPod shuffle. We've been huge fans of the shuffle due to its convenience. For those who are constantly on the go, the new clip on shuffle is even more compact and is now officially the world's smallest. The iPod is currently the world's best-selling digital audio player, and its worldwide mainstream adoption makes it one of the most popular consumer brands.

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Friday, September 01, 2006


The hottest new eatery in New York won't get rave reviews for fine service provided by its waiters. It doesn't have any. Nor does Bamn! have tables, cashiers or any of the other basic amenities diners have come to expect.
Instead, Bamn is a throwback to the first half of the 20th century -- it's an automat diner. Windowed compartments display hot, fresh food. Customers throw in a few coins and are rewarded with instant gratification. Bamn's menu focuses on fast comfort food: hot dogs, grilled cheese, chicken strips, mac & cheese, etc.

Therme Spa

Forget city spas - head to Therme Spa in Switzerland for the real thing. The thermal spring is a national Swiss landmark built from 60,000 stone slabs of Valser quarzite.

Nike Yoga Mescolisi Shoes

Nike's Yoga Mescolisi shoes are lined with a flexible material that feels like being barefoot. Made from recycled synthetics and cotton, the sole features rubber pods designed for "full foot articulation," making yoga safe for outdoors (or those who are barefoot shy).

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