Sunday 23rd April 2017,

Organise your digital data | Young Academic Technology

Young Academic has discovered that DAD Solutions Limited has launched DAD, a new software application designed to address the 21st century challenge of digital disorganisation. With students across the country today holding record levels of data on their computers, users will be able to organise, store, reuse, share and manage their digital assets. This can be easily and securely performed from a single platform, creating a much-improved user experience and home or remote network.

As you know, Young Academic only bring you products that we believe are of genuine use to students of the UK. The new solution is available immediately at a price of £2.49 per month for up to 4 computers, so you get the peace of mind that all of the above brings for the price of a pint. We really can’t recommend the DAD App enough.

Photos, music, contacts and documents can be indexed and shared all on one platform. DAD allows computer networking without the risks to privacy. Use the promo code YOUNGACADEMIC612 to get a 60-Day Free Trial!

 

With the amount of digital data increasing tenfold every five years and the rising popularity of social networking sites, keeping control of digital data is fast becoming a major hurdle.  People are thus presented with the challenge of accessing, collating, reusing, sharing and storing images, music, documents and contact details on- and off-line. To get your 60-day free trial and download Dad App now, just click here.

The DAD application is an indexing system that is held on a user’s PC with an easy-to-use user interface.  It can translate most metadata formats, enabling images, music, contact details, content from social networking sites and document files to be stored in a single DAD index.  This index can then be used to organise, manage, share, connect and reuse all digital data simply and securely.  The new software also enriches a user’s digital assets by cross referencing different types of data so that photos and contacts, for example, can be linked together.  This helps to automate repetitive sharing tasks such as collating a family photo album from all members of a family.

DAD includes an open API designed for use by third party developers who wish to leverage the universal DAD index.  Through 3rd party add-ons, DAD users will be able to pull together photos and other material relevant to them that they or their nominated friends and family have put onto social networking sites, even if they are located elsewhere and their PCs are not networked together.

Julian Ranger, founder and CEO of DAD comments: “There is a huge market opportunity for DAD.  In the UK alone, there are 16 million adults aged over 15 who live in households with two or more PCs.  Add to this the growing popularity of social networking sites and the potential reach for our new product becomes clear.”

Julian Ranger continues: “From busy parents through to silver surfers and students, everyone can take advantage of DAD – it is the ultimate fix-it for digital overload.  DAD promises to be as revolutionary to digital organisation as the Dewey Decimal System was to libraries.  We’re really excited about today’s launch and to be tackling what is becoming the number one digital dilemma of the 21st century.”

DAD is available immediately for an initial free month trial, but then will cost from as little as £2.49 per month for up to 4 computers.  A free ‘lite’ version is also available, offering core functionality.  DAD can be purchased and downloaded directly from the DAD website: http://www.dadapp.com

The DAD application can be downloaded at www.DADapp.com onto your PC and gets to work straight away on your digital ‘stuff’, finding and storing all kinds of images, music, contact details, content from social networking sites and document files in a single DAD index.  This index can be shared easily and securely with other DAD licence holders.  Three other licences are included with every copy of DAD.

The standard DAD package will include the following functions:

– Rich media index (which is extensible and allows cross-referencing)

– Smart search (using metadata and user created tags/data)

– Photo viewer and organiser.

– Local network discovery and User to User connections.

– Private, secure Index and/or File sharing (manual or automatic with user created rules)

– Three additional user licences for friends and family members of your choice.

 

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Charles Whitworth is the Editor of the Young Academic publications. Graduating from the University of Liverpool with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism in 2008, Charles learnt his trade in newsrooms such as IPC Media and Sky. He has now developed as a top sports, music and current affairs journalist and has been printed in a range of publications including The Guardian. His interests include Cricket, Football, Rugby, Music and Current Affairs. Fresh from the editorship of Student Times he now takes the reins at Young Academic - the premier student news portal. Connect with me on Google+

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