Personal Knowledge Management Software From i-Memorize

i-Memorize, an independent software
development company specializing in Personal Knowledge Management and
Personal Productivity Software, today announced the release of a new
suite of Personal Knowledge Management tools aimed directly at the
consumer and small business user.

The tools, collectively known as i-Memorize, are released in four
distinct versions ranging from a basic entry level version known as the
Bronze Edition to a full functional high end version known as the Gold
Edition. Two other versions are also available: the Silver Edition for
intermediate users and a fully functional trial version known as the
Freedom Edition.
i-Memorize provides secure storage, search and retrieval
capabilities and professional level revision control for all Windows
files from documents and spreadsheets to photos and music. It is
capable of storing searchable attributes and description text to all
items stored allowing rapid access and retrieval at any time.

i-Memorize products also incorporate proprietary Triple-Sec
security technology to ensure no knowledge assets or other data is lost
in the case of a physical disk crash.
“i-Memorize was conceived out of a need to manage the volume
of data that each individual receives via their PC and the growing
demands to work in a competing world of desktop applications and the
web. Every individual builds their own computing ‘ecosystem’ which
reflects their own needs and desires to interact with others via e-mail
and social networks and to keep track of information which interests
them from the wealth of sources available on the internet. At all times
keeping their own information, such as user names and passwords, safe
and secure.

i-Memorize responds to those needs by providing a safe and secure
place to store your personal information but making it available, when
you need it, to store and retrieve information through a fast and
intuitive user interface” said Richard Andrews, VP Sales and Marketing
for i-Memorize.
According to many industry experts the availability of cheap
storage media such as terabyte hard drives and high density optical
disk technology, e.g. Blu Ray, is leading to a situation where
consumers are storing more and more data on their computers.
Unfortunately the tools available to manage this data at the consumer
level have lagged behind this rapidly growing technology. This has led
to a situation where the average computer user struggles to keep track
of the wealth of information, such as documents, passwords, and
internet web sites, that they need access to on a daily basis.

“ I know it is on my hard drive somewhere, I can’t remember my
passwords, I have written several versions of that document but I
can’t remember which is the latest version’ are all too common comments
from the average computer user” said Richard Andrews, VP Sales and
Marketing for i-Memorize. I-memorize develops tools and technologies for individual consumers
and small businesses to help them manage and develop their knowledge
assets helping them to turn the information they store into knowledge
they can easily access and re-use.


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