Laplink is excited to announce joining with 31 other companies in the Open Interconnect Consortium. As a leader in PC migration and connectivity for over 30 years, Laplink is looking forward to participating and offering insights on how to optimize the Internet of Things and bring new applications and technologies to market.
A non-profit organization founded by leaders of technology, the Open Interconnect Consortium aims to define connectivity requirements and ensure interoperability of the billions of devices that will be a part of the Internet of Things.
Are you testing out Windows 10 Technical Preview? Good news! Laplink is offering PCmover Express for free!
Just like in Windows 8.1, Windows 10 Technical Preview doesn’t support a variety of migration scenarios. As a partner with and supporter of Microsoft, Laplink is cooperating with Microsoft to make using Windows 10 Technical Preview as easy and productive as possible.
Are you looking for a way to keep your photos, videos, files, and folders synchronized between your mobile devices and PC? Good news! We’re giving away Laplink Sync for iOS and Android for FREE for the next 48 hours.
We recently shipped boxed versions of Laplink Sync to software retailers, and in celebration we want to give a gift to our loyal customers. Laplink Sync is the newest and most innovative way for users to synchronize files, folders, photos, and videos between multiple devices. Now you can backup and sync between any Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS devices without worrying about hackers getting into your private photos or videos. Continue reading
It’s official – boxed versions of Laplink® Sync™ have been shipped to local software retailers!
Laplink Sync allows you to keep your files, folders, photos, and videos synchronized between multiple devices, including: Windows® or Mac® desktops, Android™ smartphones and tablets, and Apple® phones and tablets. Laplink Sync is a safer alternative to other synchronization solutions because it doesn’t rely on the cloud or require an internet connection.
Is your organization stuck on XP and looking for a way out? Good news! Laplink has announced that PCmover Enterprise, their flagship migration product for large organizations, will continue to support Windows XP at least through the end of 2016.
Although Microsoft’s official date for end-of-life of Windows XP was April 8, many organizations continue to rely on it. But the risks of using Windows XP increase every week. We strongly recommend moving off of Windows XP, and PCmover Enterprise is the best tool for the job!
Laplink has officially released a solution to reduce the time it takes to completely migrate user profiles, data files, applications, settings, and more from hours to minutes. The new kit pairs PCmover Image & Drive Assistant with a Laplink USB 3.0 to SATA or IDE Hard Drive Transfer cable for the fastest possible HDD replacement or PC migration.
Are you migrating to a new PC soon? Do you keep your PC protected with routine imaging back ups? Then you need PCmover Image & Drive Assistant!
In honor of our 31st anniversary yesterday, Laplink is giving away PCmover Image & Drive Assistant for FREE until the end of the day tomorrow. PCmover Image & Drive Assistant is the ONLY way to restore files, settings, and programs from an old image or hard drive to a new PC without overwriting anything, even the operating system on the new PC.
Check out this cool one-minute video showing just how easy and fast PCmover Image & Drive Assistant is!
Act fast! Offer ends soon!
UPDATE: We’re extending our promotion! Get PCmover for FREE until May 17th at www.laplink.com/31anniversary
Tomorrow, Laplink will be celebrating 31 years of innovative PC migration, synchronization, file transfer, and remote access software solutions. As a special thank you to all our customers, we’re giving away PCmover Image & Drive Assistant for FREE for just 24 hours.
PCmover Image & Drive Assistant is the only software that can automatically transfer files, settings, and even applications from an old hard drive or image to a new PC without overwriting anything. Even if your old hard drive has a different operating system than the new PC, there are no problems! Continue reading
A new vulnerability affecting Internet Explorer 6 through 11 users was discovered just this past weekend. The bug can grant hackers access to a PC, likely allowing them to install programs, create accounts, and view, change, or delete user data. It has already been exploited against U.S. financial and defense companies, resulting in the U.S. government issuing a strong warning about the risks of using these versions of Internet Explorer.
Microsoft is aware of the problem and is working on a patch. However, since support for Windows XP ended earlier this month, those who still using Windows XP are out of luck.
This bug is just the first in what could be a long list of vulnerabilities that will remain open for hackers, viruses, and malware to target XP users. It’s also a clear indication that the end of support doesn’t only affect the operating system, but other applications like browsers, too. Continue reading
Want to keep your photos and videos synced on the go? No problem! Starting today, Laplink is giving away free licenses of Laplink Sync for iOS until April 25th.
Already available for Android and Windows, Laplink Sync is superior to other solutions because it doesn’t rely on the cloud and doesn’t require and internet connection. This lets you keep your files, folders, photos, and videos up to date between multiple devices, regardless of operating system! Continue reading