NOTE: This website is obsolete. Nakahara Informatics, Inc. is no longer operational. This website has been preserved for historical interest, essentially as it appeared at the time of the last update (October 22, 2008), and the software available on this website may be used for free. However, there is no warranty of any kind, and these apps no longer work on modern OS X systems. Therefore, this may not be useful, except to historians and tinkerers resurrecting legacy systems.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
ITHACA, New York — February 11, 2008 — Nakahara Informatics, Inc. today announced the immediate availability of iGet 2.7, the latest update to the company's flagship Mac file transfer tool. The free update is available immediately, and is recommended for all users.
"Although the development of iGet 3.0 is nearing the beta test phase, we do continue to maintain and improve the current 2.x line," said CEO Christopher Martin. "iGet 2.7 incorporates several performance and interface improvements, leverages some of the new features of Mac OS X 10.5, and corrects issues discovered since the last release."
Martin added that the company has near-term plans to announce an expanded beta test program for iGet 3. That update, the third major version of iGet, is expected to require Mac OS X 10.5.
iGet 2.7 requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later, and is available immediately from the company's web site:
Complete release notes are also available. iGet will run in full-featured demo mode for users wishing to try it out.
iGet is an inventive file transfer tool designed specifically for the Mac. It allows users to log into their accounts on remote Macs and browse, search, and download the files they need. As easy to use as the best FTP clients, iGet is much more Mac-oriented: it can stop and resume file and folder transfers, displays the real Mac icons and Finder labels for remote files, understands Mac aliases and can perform Mac-specific tasks like putting files into the Trash remotely.
With Spotlight searches that execute on the remote Mac, searching for files is extremely fast. iGet features always-on strong encryption, and does not require users to worry about details like HFS metadata, resource forks, or unusual characters in file names. With iGet, it just works. In addition, iGet was designed to work well over virtually any kind of network connection, not just a fast LAN, so it's a great tool for accessing remote Macs over the Internet. An innovative "zero-setup" design allows the user to connect without having to install any special software (not even iGet) on the remote Mac.
All this power is wrapped up in a smooth interface that is simple to use and supports major Mac technologies like Automator, AppleScript, Bonjour, Spotlight, and the Keychain.
iGet began shipping as a Universal Binary even before Intel-based Macs became available, so it has offered native performance on both Intel- and PowerPC-based Macs from day one.
iGet requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later. It can connect to Macs running Mac OS X 10.3 or later.
In 2007, the company added another application to the iGet product line: iGet Mobile. While the original iGet allows remote access to one's Mac from another Mac, iGet Mobile makes a Mac accessible from non-Mac devices such as the iPhone, PC, or other non-Mac device. Information about iGet Mobile is available from the company's web site, at:
iGet 2.7 is available immediately from the company's web site, at www.nakahara-informatics.com. It is priced at $49.95, with significant discounts available for multi-seat licenses. The update is free to all users who have purchased a license for any version of iGet.
Educational discounts and site license pricing are also available.
For more information, please visit the company's Web site at www.fivespeed.com, send email to email@example.com, or call (888) 550-0505.
Nakahara Informatics is a technical consulting and software development firm serving small business clients in Japan, South Korea, Europe, and the United States. In 2007, the company jump-started its line of Mac OS X application software with the acquisition of iGet, the Mac file transfer tool. Nakahara Informatics, Inc. is a privately-held Delaware corporation.Press Contact:
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