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Briefly: xList 5 for OS X, iOS; OWC 20TB Mercury Elite Pro Qx2

updated 09:27 pm EDT, Thu May 8, 2014

Task management and collaboration server xList updated

Collaborative task management server app xList for OS X and iOS has been updated to version 5.0. Offering tools for executing team tasks, users of XList can assign and schedule tasks, as well as track progress, and share files through either its free xListCloud service or one's own FTP/SFTP server. In v5.0 of XList, the server app's user interface has been revised, and the ability to add comments to tasks has been added, alongside OS X notifications, a new menu in the menubar for quick access, and more.

Improvements in focus categories, quality and reliability, and overall performance have been added. XList v5.0 is priced at $140 for server access via OS X, with free apps for OS X and iOS available for accessing the server.

OWC Mercury Elite Pro Qx2 RAID storage device now available in 20TB model

Other World Computing has announced a 25 percent larger-capacity model for its Mercury Elite Pro Qx2 RAID storage. The 20TB model, like the others, combines multiple high speed interfaces and hardware RAID with a capacity large enough to easily accommodate 4K video content within its four-bay storage orchestration. The 20TB version of the Mercury Elite Pro Qx2 RAID storage is priced at $1,580.





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