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Here you can find comprehensive information about our company and activities, the latest press releases and an archive containing all former press releases.

October 2012

October 23 2012 JAM Software presents the TreeSize Touch App
Windows 8 has arrived and software developer JAM Software releases the newest member of the TreeSize family: the touch-optimized reporting-app TreeSize Touch. The application offers basic disk space management features and was developed for touchscreen devices.

September 2012

September 18 2012 - JAM Software presents new SpaceObServer features
Software developer JAM Software has further improved its database-based disk space management solution SpaceObServer. All shares of a server can now be scanned simultaneously, MS SQL Server 2012 is supported, several features work faster and dialogues have been optimized.

June 2012

June 28 2012 98% of all JAM Software customers are satisfied
Content customers are the capital of every business. To measure customer satisfaction, JAM Software carries out an annual survey among its customer base in cooperation with Microsoft and TNS Infratest. The results of the latest survey (first quarter 2012) are impressive: 98% of all customers enjoy dealing with JAM Software.

July 2011

Jul 14 2011 JAM Software scores extraordinary well again within its annual customer survey
Customers are satisfied after buying, convinced from the product and recommend it to others - the ideal situation for a software company like JAM Software. With 100 % satisfied customers JAM Software scores extraordinary well again at the annual customer survey, which is within the scope of the certification test for "Microsoft Gold Certified Partner".

January 2011

13 Jan 2011 Case Study: SCHOTT Solar utilizes SpaceObServer and clearly reduced its disk space usage
The photovoltaics company SCHOTT Solar utilizes SpaceObServer, a JAM Software developed disk space manager, for server observation and localization of redundant files. SCHOTT could clearly reduce its disk space usage as the servers are used more efficiently. Furthermore, the employees, who mainly produce the allocation of disk space, are now able to optimize it on their own. They regularly and automatically receive individualized reports and can independently manage their disk space.

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