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Snap CD Best of Snap Attack – 13-track incl. 4:39 min Megamix – power ooops up

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12”:Boney M.,The Summer Mega Mix (PWL Remixes)[NM] (Hansa)

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Boytronic – Turbo Dancer Mega Mix 12" Maxi Single 1988 Don’t Let Me Down

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Bryan Adams DJ & Radiostation only Megamix 12"

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"The 88 Multi Mega Mix Vol.1" RARE 1988 RAMS HORN MCD

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12”:And The Mix Goes On ‘Megamix’(V/A)[NM] (Unidisc)

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Kaspersky Lab product successfully blocks 99.8% of attacks during testing

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Kaspersky Lab announces that its security solution Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 successfully repelled the overwhelming majority of malicious attacks in a Real-World Protection Test conducted by the authoritative Austrian antivirus test laboratory AV-Comparatives in April 2013.

The Real-World Protection Test is designed to test the ability of security solutions to manage attacks in real-world conditions by replicating scenarios that commonly occur during everyday computer use. Such scenarios typically involve web browsing and working with popular applications such as Adobe Reader, Flash, Java etc.

Testing of each security solution was conducted on a computer running under Windows 7. The test designers prepared a total of 545 infection scenarios involving the most recent vulnerabilities and malware samples. Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 was among the best performers, missing just one malware sample. As well as Kaspersky Lab’s product, 20 other popular security solutions from other manufacturers participated in the testing.

“With each new set of test results our product repeatedly demonstrates a high level of protection from real-world threats. This is thanks to a number of advanced antivirus technologies implemented in Kaspersky Internet Security 2013. We place great emphasis on developing proactive antivirus technologies to combat the ever-growing number of threats. The results of the Real-World Protection Test show that this is the right approach,” said Nikita Shvetsov, Deputy CTO (Research) at Kaspersky Lab.

Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 has regularly proved to be highly effective in real-world conditions. In March this year, the product achieved a 100% result in a similar test conducted by AV-Comparatives. In December 2012, Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 earned AV Comparatives’ top Advanced+ rating following the results of a similar, more rigorous test conducted from August–November 2012. The product’s previous edition, Kaspersky Internet Security 2012, also won the top award from AV-Comparatives following a Real-World Protection Test conducted in June 2012.

AV-Comparatives’ Real-World Protection Test is one of the most authoritative professional tests in the sphere of IT security. This year, it has been nominated for the Austrian government’s Constantinus Award 2013, a leading award in computer science.

Samsung wins four 2013 TIPA Awards for its camera and imaging products

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Samsung continues to demonstrate its leadership in delivering the best and most innovative photo and imaging products on the market

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, a global leader in digital media and digital convergence technologies, today announced that it has won four 2013 Technical Image Press Association Awards in the ‘Best CSC Advanced’, ‘Best Mobile Imaging Device’, ‘Best Imaging Innovation’ and ‘Best Photo TV’ categories.

For the first time, Samsung’s Digital Imaging devices won three 2013 TIPA Awards. The Samsung NX300 Smart Camera won Best CSC Advanced, making it the best advanced compact system camera (CSC) on the market.

The NX300’s brand new 20.3 Megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor allows users to take images that boast sharp, life-like colours which are crisp and clear in all light conditions. Taking beautifully balanced images even in the darkest conditions is also made possible by the NX300’s wide ISO range (ISO100-25600), while its brand new Hybrid Auto Focus (AF) system delivers fast, accurate phase and contrast detection. With its Wi-Fi capability the camera also allows users to share their images instantly. All of these features contributed to the decision of the TIPA judges to award this camera ‘Best CSC Advanced’.

The Samsung GALAXY Camera won Best Mobile Imaging Device by “redefining the connected camera genre,” as stated by the TIPA judges. As the world’s first android based 3G camera, the GALAXY Camera combines the professional quality of a high end camera and the freedom of 3G/4G and Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing users to instantly share high quality images with their friends and family. Once captured, users can easily view and edit images on the camera’s impressive 4.8-inch HD Super Clear Touch Display.

The world’ first one-lens 3D system for a consumer camera, the Samsung 45mm f/1.8 (2D/3D) lens was awarded by the TIPA judges Best Mobile Imaging Innovation. Capable of capturing both stills and 1080p Full HD video in perfect 3D, with the Samsung 45mm f/1.8 (2D/3D) lens users can choose to take 2D or 3D images without changing lens by simply turning on the 3D mode.

Samsung was also awarded Best Photo TV for its F8000 Smart LED 2D/3D TV as it changes the way users view images on their TVs by allowing them “to interact with the images and share them on social networks, work with apps, and use the TV as an image hub with numerous devices,” as stated by the TIPA judges.

“We are extremely proud of winning these four prestigious awards,” says Michael Gibson, Business Leader for Digital Imaging at Samsung Electronics South Africa. “These awards are recognition from the industry that Samsung continues to deliver innovative, cutting-edge imaging products that place consumers’ needs at their hearts, making it simpler to capture, instantly share and view those unforgettable moments.”

The Technical Image Press Association (TIPA) Awards are recognised as the most coveted photo and imaging awards worldwide. Every year, TIPA editors vote for the best photo and imaging products introduced to the market during the previous 12 months. The awards ceremony will take place in Tokyo, Japan in June 2013.

Jasco Security Solutions assists the University of Pretoria to streamline, enhance its perimeter alarm systems

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The University of Pretoria has contracted the expertise of Jasco Security Solutions since 2004, to maintain and expand its fully-redundant Cosmos4 Alarm Systems at its campus grounds, which include its Main and Sports campus, Groenkloof, Onderstepoort, Mamelodi and Prinshof campuses, as well as student residences.

Today the university’s centralised control room operates 24 hours a day and collates all security instances of its alarm panels, closed circuit television (CCTV) surveillance, access control, as well as emergency communication systems in elevators.

The Challenges
In the past, the university had a myriad of loose-standing alarm systems from different vendors in buildings throughout the campuses and were difficult to administer and maintain. The laboratories, lecture, committee and seminar facilities are equipped with the latest technologies, and have been plagued by theft and unauthorised access. Additionally, if an alarm was triggered, the security alert was isolated to a specific building because the alarm panels did not have the functionality to link back to the central control room to notify security personnel.

The University of Pretoria’s Facilities Maintenance and Operations Division investigated alarm system solutions that would consolidate its alarm infrastructure, that can be centrally managed and holistically address the safety of its staff, students and assets.

The Tender Process
Explains Kobus le Roux, National Sales & Marketing Executive at Jasco Security Solutions: “The Division soon realised that they couldn’t do it all themselves and as a result, embarked on an open and transparent tender process in line with the University’s procurement policy and practice. They were looking for a certified partner that could provide them with a standardised system, as well as with the expertise to integrate its existing alarm panels.

Le Roux says it was paramount for the Facilities Maintenance and Operations Division to find a security-focused organisation with solid track-record that could consistently support its alarm infrastructure, backed by an accountable service level agreement.

“The university had very specific needs. One such requirement was to embed the contractors on site and integrate them as part of its own maintenance infrastructure culture, to establish a trust relationship that is as responsive as possible,” he adds.

After extensive contractor reviews, the University of Pretoria awarded the tender to Jasco Security Solutions in 2004 to implement the Cosmos4 Alarm Systems.

“Each contract period at the university is only 26 months. At the end of each cycle, the open tender process starts all over again, and existing contractors have to compete with other product certified and technically minded organisations.

“However, when it came to service, support and expertise, Jasco Enterprise proved its proficiency time and time again as a competent provider to maintain and develop its alarm systems,” Le Roux says.

The Solution
The Cosmos4 Alarm System is 100 percent South African that has been in development for the last 25 years.

Designed by Scafell, a company within Jasco Security Solutions, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Jasco Trading, the system is used by leading financial institutions, mining operations, educational facilities, as well as at national key points throughout the country.

“The Cosmos4 Alarm System is highly customisable and can be tailored to the university’s specific security needs. The system is also scalable, and each panel can be expanded from 16 to 176 inputs that can be independently identified when triggered. It has the ability to select the most effective medium to communicate alarms and events to the control room, selecting between internet networks, land line and cellular mediums,” says le Roux.

Implementation and results
Jasco Security Solutions deployed eight permanent employees across the campuses and installed the Cosmos 4 Alarm Systems. The implementations have since grown from 40 to 193 panels.

Le Roux says the alarm system components have been installed on doors, motion detection sensors in buildings, as well as mechanical plant alarms, that all link back to the control room and administrated via five user terminals.

“Once an alarm is triggered, the centralised system flags the location and description to security personnel, indicates what level threat is presented and provides instructions how to timeously respond to the security incident. When the issue has been resolved, the instance is logged for reporting purposes,” he says.

To enhance the safety of its staff in remote or isolated locations, the university also supplied them with panic buttons. If an alarm is activated a guard is immediately dispatched to investigate the incident. The system also incorporates automatic testing of detectors and reporting of detectors that are faulty.

“There has been a marked improvement in the university’s ability to deliver its security objectives effectively. Once the alarm systems were operational theft of equipment halted completely,” explains le Roux.

This sentiment has been echoed by the university. In 2005, 2011 and 2012 respectively, Jasco Security Solutions was presented with awards honouring the company as ‘The best performing Electronics Systems Maintenance contractor at the University’s Department of Facilities Management.

“These awards recognise our quality standards in maintaining the university’s facilities and services infrastructure, as well as our continuous improvements in our service delivery to ensure customer satisfaction.

“Currently we are renovating the Student Affairs and Student Centre, as well as its new Study Centre facility. As an integral part of the university’s infrastructure personnel, our work at the university is ongoing as old buildings are refurbished or new buildings are acquired. Our work here is as challenging as it is rewarding,” concludes Le Roux

Bytes Document Solutions appoints new financial manager

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Bytes Document Solutions (BDS) has appointed Alick Burger, a chartered accountant [CA(SA)], as its new financial manager. He takes over from Perry Hurri, who has moved into the role of financial director at the company. Burger’s key focus will be on financial accounting, accounts payable, treasury, payroll and internal audit. His primary responsibility will be to directly manage and control the finance operations for BDS.

“Burger brings a wealth of experience and skill to this role, says Johan Basson, CEO of BDS. “His impressive track record, strong work ethic and extensive exposure across the SARS brand, combined with our already established finance leadership team, will help strengthen our financial position and drive our mission to provide value added solutions while remaining relevant in the face of changing market dynamics.”

Burger completed his CA training at SARS and has had extensive experience managing several of the receiver’s operations, including the management of staff debtors, SARS’ subsistence and travel administration, as well as the monitoring and management of SARS’ fleet services. Before joining SARS, Burger spent a brief period at companies Havenga, Rossouw & Viljoen and Lucisco Business Advisors as a CA(SA) trainee and a consulting accountant respectively.

Burger is a member of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA). He is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), with the designations “Associate Charted Management Accountant” (ACMA) and “Chartered Global Management Accountant” (CGMA), a global designation. His personal philosophy is to set high standards, go the extra mile, balance task and people orientation and balance work and family interests. He has a keen sense of humour which, he says, “sees him through difficult times”.

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