Tamás Miklós (AIDA32) has joined Lavalys

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  1. FanJ

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    There was AIDA32 , there is Everest from Lavalys

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    I have changed the title of this thread !

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    Tamás Miklós (AIDA32) has joined Lavalys

    I would like to thank Howie ( here at DSLR ) for giving the news.


    Site:
    http://www.lavalys.com/index.php?page=view&article=8

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    2004-04-18 | Tamás Miklós has joined Lavalys

    Lavalys Appoints Tamás Miklós as CTO and Executive Vice President of Software Engineering Research & Development


    MONTRÉAL, CANADA (April 19, 2004) -- Lavalys Consulting Group, today officially announced that it has appointed effective January 1, 2004 former AIDA32 project leader, Tamás Miklós to its executive management team. In his new role of CTO and Executive Vice President of Engineering Research and Development, Tamás will head up R&D for Lavalys including the development of its flagship award winning EVEREST, a breakthrough technology that enables the cost-effective delivery of network audit and change management.

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    Read more at that Lavalys page.
     
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  2. FanJ

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    At that thread at DSLR you will see some screenshots of AIDA32 and Everest from Lavalys.

    They look remarkable the same ;)
     
  3. Pretender

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    That's good news! I've been using Lavalys since support was discontinued on Aida32. Icing on the cake so to speak! Thanks as always Jan. :cool:
     
  4. FanJ

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    Hi Bob :D

    I have just installed the free home-edition of Everest.
    I like it, just as I loved AIDA32 !!! :)

    I for one am very happy that Fiery will continue his great work.
    I can fully understand that he made a change in his life ! ;)

    I myself have still installed the latest version of AIDA32.
    And I have now also installed Everest :)
    I'm really looking forward what the future will bring.
    Knowing what an absolute great program AIDA32 is/was, I'm looking forward with great confidence to the future of Everest.


    Some more info:

    The link to the Lavalys site :
    http://www.lavalys.com/

    The link of the free EVEREST Home Edition :
    http://www.lavalys.com/index.php?page=product&view=1

    Technical Support for Freeware Versions :
    http://www.lavalys.com/index.php?page=support
    Quote:
    We do not provide official support for our freeware products at this time.
    But a community board should soon be announced.
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    Some initial remarks by me:

    1.
    Once again I would like to thank Fiery for his great job !
    I wish him ALL the best, and I'm really looking forward to the development of Everest.
    2.
    I can only advice users of AIDA32 to keep a close eye on Everest ;)
    3.
    Hmm, I wished that the Lavalys site would not require ActiveX/Java ...
    Sorry, I don't like that on any site ...
    4.
    Hmm, Everest is, just like AIDA32, looking great !
    But I seem to miss the feature in AIDA32 to check for and install a newer version in case there will be one.
    But that could be my fault ... :oops:
    Bob, do you have any info about that?

    Cheers, Jan.
     
  5. Pretender

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    Sure don't Jan, but bet Fiery is right on top of it.

    Wanted to note that SisoftSandra still has a free version available too. It can be found at

    http://www.sisoftware.net/

    It is not listed in the Aida32 report at DSLR link above as being a Free Diagnostic Tool, but it is still out there as I downloaded Everest and Sisoft the same day that Aida32 was discontinued.
     
  6. FanJ

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    Thanks Bob !

    (I have an old version of SiSoft Sandra Pro installed ;) )


    OK, here comes a part of a screenshot of Everest, showing what kind of info Everest is able to give you:
     

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