The Apple ecosystem is exploding. iMacs, Macbooks, iPads and iPhones are becoming ubiquitous computing tools for consumers and businesses alike. In 2011, OSX market share in North America had increased to over 14%. The iPhone cornered 24% of worldwide smartphone … Continue reading
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Photogize Lab 5.02.05 Released 5/2/2012
By Pete Traversy in Software Maintenance, What's New Tags: Photogize Lab, update
Photogize Lab 5.02.05 is released as of May 2, 2012. This new release includes: Changes to improve support for our LabCare service. Corrections to the NOD Backup process to eliminate occasional “write errors” experienced by some customers. Changes to the … Continue reading →
iPhoto and PhotoCentral
By Pete Traversy in Training Tags: Apple, iPhoto, PhotoCentral
A video tutorial on using Apple iPhoto with PhotoCentral.
Brand spanking new!
By Pete Traversy in General Tags: WebCentral
Welcome to the new Photogize website. It was time to update our website, and we wanted to make sure we delivered more than improved eye candy. Our goal was to create a more useful and engaging site for you, our … Continue reading →
Retailers….Better than Groupon?
By Pete Traversy in General
A great story about cash mobs in today’s Boston Globe. How’d you like to have dozens of consumers filling your store with bundles of cash to spend… Details here
Photogize Lab 5.02.02 is now live
By Pete Traversy in Software Maintenance, What's New Tags: Photogize Lab
We just published Version 5.02.02 of Photogize Lab. To upgrade, do Tools…Check For Updates in Lab and let Lab download and install the update You can also click here to download and save the update for later installation. Changes: Version … Continue reading →
Kiosk 2.7.2 is now live
By Pete Traversy in Software Maintenance Tags: Kiosk, photo kiosk, update
Kiosk 2.7.2 is now live with the following changes: – Added support for multi-page calendars out to 12-2013 – Added Support for Photogize HAL Kiosk 2.7.1 is now live with the following changes: – Portrait JPEGs from some cameras were … Continue reading →