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Among the elements that have been reworked are the Kickoff app launcher, the notifications panel and the lock screen, which now offers time, date, and battery status in addition to the usual session management info.One thing to note about the revamped version of Kickoff - the search field isn’t visible when the menu launches. To search, you just start typing and a search field appears with your text in it. It's pretty much impossible to discover this feature, making it another example of not-so-great design in Breeze; one that hopefully will be addressed in subsequent releases.In addition to Kickoff there's also a new, menu-like launcher called Kicker that looks a little more traditional and that makes a good, lightweight alternative if all you want is a fast way to launch applications.The notification area seems to have dropped its Windows XP-inspired penchant for hyperactively spitting out notifications and alerts. I managed to use Plasma 5 for several hours without a single annoying pop up or alert, a considerable improvement over the last time I fired up KDE.

If you opt to install the current version of Plasma 5, keep in mind that the Breeze theme is a work in progress, not all elements have been updated. Not all icons have been updated for example and some applications look a bit out of place. The version I tested did not, by default, use the new Breeze Window Decorations, though you can enable them in the system settings app.It will be interesting to see what openSUSE does with the Plasma 5 Desktop. The openSUSE project's highly customized version of KDE has long been one of the nicest default KDE themes available. Hopefully that will continue and even improve with the somewhat nicer base of Plasma 5 to build on.It's worth noting that seasoned KDE users may want to pass on Plasma 5 and its Breeze theme for a few releases as there are still some features from Plasma 4 still missing. The situation is not as bad as the massive feature abandonment that happened in the move from KDE 3 to KDE 4, and the KDE design team plans to keep refining Breeze, adding back the missing features over the next few releases, but I suggest trying Plasma 5 first to make sure all your must-haves are there before you jump in with both feet.By some figures KDE is the most widely used Linux desktop in the game. Ubuntu's Unity and Mint's Cinnamon may get more attention, but KDE remains a favorite by any measure and the Plasma 5 desktop shows the project hasn't forsaken the desktop experience in favor of "convergence".Whether a unified OS across devices is the right strategy remains to be seen, but KDE is at least doing it right thus far, not chasing devices at the expense of the desktop.With Unity far more focused on devices and Cinnamon without any plans to build a device-friendly version, KDE fills a nice middle ground.KDE Plasma 5 makes an excellent desktop today and lays the groundwork for KDE to be part of the device-saturated world of tomorrow.

"Archos ArcBook combines a consumer-friendly tablet experience with the productivity of a netbook,” Archos CEO Loïc Poirier said in a statement. "The ARCHOS ArcBook furthers our commitment to providing feature-rich, consumer-friendly technology at an affordable price."The ArcBook includes a 10.1-inch 1024-by-600 pixel touchscreen display, front-facing camera, twin speakers, MicroSD card slot, nine-hour battery, and a keyboard and trackpad – plus two micro-USB 2.0 ports, should you prefer to supply your own mouse.The li'l fellow includes 8GB of flash storage and 1GB of RAM, runs Android 4.2 "Jelly Bean", and is powered by a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 running at 1.2 GHz. Not top-of-the-line specs by any means, but if all you want is to mess about with documents and spreadsheets, listen to some MP3s, and view video, it should be quite up to the task.That 8GB of storage won't hold much, of course, but as the Rise of the Chromebooks is amply proving, what are Wi-Fi and the cloud for, anyway?The ArcBook weighs in at a svelte 1.28kg (2.8 pounds) – a few jelly beans heavier than the 1.08kg (2.38 pounds) MacBook Air. The Air, however, will run you $899 at its entry-level configuration; you could buy five ArcBooks for the price of a MacBook Air and still have plenty of cash let over to spend on goodies in the Google Play store.

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Speaking of apps, the ArcBook comes equipped with suite of productivity apps, OfficeSuite Pro 6 by Mobile Systems, which Archos describes as a "critically acclaimed application [that] allows you to view, create, edit, print and share Word, Excel and PowerPoint files as well as open attachments and see PDF files."No, it may not play Crysis, but odds are you can find enough entertainment on Google Play to tide you over between productive sessions.Intel, Google, and several hardware partners held a press event in San Francisco on Tuesday to announce a fresh batch of devices based on Chrome OS, the launch of which Intel said made it "the No. 1 microprocessor in Chrome OS systems."In all, Chipzilla and pals demoed ten new devices that will be soon be released in the US, including not just laptop-like Chromebooks but also a desktop and an all-in-one design.The first big push will be a new wave of Chromebooks powered by Intel's ultra-low-voltage Celeron "Bay Trail-M" system-on-chip (SoC), including new models from Acer, Asus, Lenovo, and Toshiba.The two new models from Lenovo will mark the Chinese firm's first attempt to crack the consumer Chromebook market, having previously focused on education. One will be a traditional notebook, a company representative said, while the other will offer a touchscreen and an optional "stand mode."

Asus plans to release new Chromebook models with 11.3-inch and 13.3-inch screens, and Acer and Toshiba will each upgrade their existing offerings to use the Bay Trail-M SoC.Exact specs for the new devices weren't given, but Intel says all of the Celeron-powered models will ship with Intel 802.11ac Wi-Fi networking for the first time, and the new processors will mean they will be fanless and should be able to deliver up to 11 hours of battery life.Pricing was not announced, either, but this new batch of power-sipping Chromebooks is expected to be priced competitive to earlier models – including ARM-based ones from the likes of HP and Samsung – which have retailed for between $200 and $500 in the US.They'll also be competing with higher-performance models based on Chipzilla's new fourth-generation Core i3 processors. Described by Intel as "a new class of Chromebook," the devices will be available initially from Acer and Dell, priced as low as $349 – so the Celeron versions will likely be even more affordable.

And Intel doesn't plan to stop there. The chipmaker also used Tuesday's press event to show off its reference Chromebook design for education, which it plans to offer to "a variety of customers" as a starting point for their own education-oriented Chrome OS devices.In all, Intel said it plans to have 20 different Chrome OS devices based on its chips in the market by the end of the year. In addition to the aforementioned Chromebooks, that will include US availability of the all-in-one LG Chromebase for the first time, plus the launch of a new, desktop Chromebox device from HP.Intel's partners will begin shipping all of the new Chrome OS devices in the coming months, with the LG Chromebase arriving in the US market on May 26, followed by the HP Chromebox in June and other models to come later in the year.

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When I first became involved with networked PCs, the company I was working with was upgrading its NetWare 2.0a installation to 2.15. We were pushing the boundaries of networking with our three-way gateway connecting Ethernet, Token Ring and PCnet.The only local storage on all but the most high-end PCs was a floppy drive, and even if you took data offsite you probably didn't have anything at home that you could read it on.Now it is the opposite. Far from being confined to the office, we are actively encouraged to read and create data while out on the road, working from home, sitting in a client's office, waiting at the airport or speeding through the countryside on a train.Making and using data wherever we are brings massive productivity boosts, but, as always with technology, this silver lining has a cloud.If you take data out of the office, there is a chance that you will lose it. In fact, according to the stats on the Metropolitan Police's website, up to 10,000 phones are stolen in London each month.

Losing an expensive device is annoying enough, but placing the data it holds at risk of being seen by others can be legally or financially ruinous. Protecting the data on your users' devices is absolutely critical.Where a user's primary point of contact with data is a desktop PC or thin client the risk is minimal and there is little you really need to worry about aside from locking the door at night. As soon as you give the user a laptop, though, you will want to protect it against loss.Happily, if you are a user of the business-centric editions of Windows 7 or 8 you have the option of using BitLocker to encrypt the entire disk, and there are dozens of third-party equivalents if BitLocker's not available on your setup.Of course, while no encryption technology is entirely secure, making the effort to encrypt your data will protect against all but the most persistent thief.The same applies to USB memory sticks. There is really no excuse for not using encrypted sticks to carry important data as the range is almost infinite and they cost next to nothing.

The only issue with them is that they often use an on-board encryption application that runs when you insert the stick into your desktop or laptop, so if you are not a Windows user you need to be sure that the on-board app supports your Mac, Linux machine or whatever.More portable and easier to lose than the average laptop, mobile phones bring a new level of risk to taking data offsite.The approach devised by RIM, the makers of the BlackBerry range, was innovative: tie the devices into the enterprise using secure data links and a central management server (the BlackBerry Enterprise Server), which has total control over every device it knows about.You can force the user to use a password as basic protection in case someone inadvertently picks the device up, and if someone walks off with it you can disable and wipe it remotely via the enterprise server.Web browsing can be forced to go through the corporate network too, which means you can apply filtering rules just as when the user is on the office network.When RIM came up with its own tablet, the PlayBook, it was particularly cunning in the way it dealt with confidential information.

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