Showing posts from October 29, 2016

The new professional video editing app, Final Cut Pro® X in all-New MacBook Pro

At the core of sakes Apple features: new magnetic timeline, redesigned interface & integration with the touch bar on the all-New MacBook Pro.
The new editing features for the Magnetic Timeline, support for the revolutionary Touch Bar™ putting intuitive, context-sensitive controls right at the user’s fingertips. 
I can also observe that, with customizable arrangement and color coding of audio clips based on type or “role” such as dialogue, music and effects; it can simple to create and assign roles, and give each one a unique color.
Using Final Cut Pro X the Touch Bar lets users instantly switch between editing tools, adjust audio levels and tap into useful commands for trimming and playback
Customizable workspace lets users adjust window arrangements for different tasks such as organizing, editing and color grading.

IBM + Sanovi Technologies for Expanded Disaster Recovery Services for Hybrid Cloud

At the heart of stakes, we have resiliency capabilities; advanced analytics to meet complexities of hybrid environments; hybrid cloud recovery; Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery services; disaster recovery strategy; orchestration technology.
We also have the ability to help simplify and automate the disaster recovery process, to manage recovery workflows, help to reduce recovery time, operating costs, and disaster recovery drill testing time
As a managed resiliency service, IBM also plans to make Sanovi DRM available as a stand-alone software license for partners and users looking to optimize in-house and vendor run resiliency programs.

The most exciting regarding the New MacBook Pro

In our ever-connected digital era, the productivity, flexibility, security, privacy, and intuitive-design are at the core of stakes for each professional or modern company aware of its challenges. 
The all-new MacBook Pro taps into this reality with a set of interesting elements including: a brilliant, Retina®-quality Multi-Touch™ display called the Touch Bar™; the security and convenience of Touch ID®,featuring sixth-generation quad-core and dual-core processors, up to 2.3 times the graphics performance over the previous generation, super-fast SSDs and up to four Thunderbolt 3 ports. 
I can observe that, once you enroll your fingerprint in Touch ID on your MacBook Pro, you can quickly unlock your Mac®, switch user accounts and make secure purchases with Apple Pay® on the web with a single touch.