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M-systems offer Migo software applications
Dennis Hissink : April 7th 2005 - 11:00 CET
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M-SystemsM-systems offer Migo software applications : M-Systems, the leading developer of USB flash drives, and PowerHouse Technologies Group Inc., a leading provider of mobile computing software, announced an agreement allowing M-Systems to offer its OEM customers the ability to bundle Migo software applications on their different product lines. Targeted for personal home use, the consumer can simply plug a DiskOnKey device supporting the Migo software into their Windows-based computer to instantly create a virtual copy of their PC. When they plug the device into another host computer, such as at a cyber cafe, their Outlook e-mail, data files, Internet Explorer favourites and desktop wallpaper will appear on the new host machine.
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When the user is done using the host computer, no trace of their information is left behind and all changes will be automatically synchronized on the user's main PC when they return. "Migo software, for everyday personal use, delivers fresh new ways for our OEM partners to add consumer value to our DiskOnKey product line," stated Blaine Phelps, worldwide marketing director for M-Systems' DiskOnKey. "This agreement allows us to enable our OEM customers to meet the growing demand for USB flash drives with enhanced features."

M-Systems - Platform for Migo software
"M-Systems provides PowerHouse Technologies a true platform for our Migo software," said Manijeh Moghis, COO of PowerHouse Technologies. "We are always looking to work with the industry best. Partnering with M-Systems is an obvious match considering its stature as the inventor of the USB flash drive and ongoing innovation and category leadership." "M-Systems, with the creation of U3, is making every effort to bring applications for end users to USB flash drives," said Phelps. "Migo is a primary example of the type of applications that bring added value to this category." Migo-equipped DiskOnKey devices are expected to be available later this year.

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