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Endeavors to Present at Technology Council

Endeavors to Present at Technology Council

IRVINE, Calif. and LONDON, April 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Endeavors Technologies, the pioneer in application streaming and virtualization technology, and its parent company, Tadpole Technology plc, today announced that Arthur Hitomi, CTO and co-founder is speaking at the Technology Council of Southern California's Software as a Service (SaaS) event taking place on Thursday, April 10.

Mr. Hitomi joins a panel entitled, "SaaS: removing the time and investment barriers to building your new product or business." He will discuss how organizations can quickly take advantage of new business opportunities created through a SaaS model.

EVENT: Technology Council of Southern California LOCATION: Scott's Seafood Grill & Bar, Costa Mesa, CA DATE: April 10, 2008 TIME: 8:00 AM PT

"Software as a Service is rapidly evolving, expanding choices for companies looking to provide applications over the web," said Arthur Hitomi of Endeavors. "Today there are opportunities for organizations to extend the reach of their existing applications through a SaaS model, quickly and inexpensively, without the need for any application re-write. I look forward to sharing my insights into how software providers can easily take advantage of this expanding business model."

About Endeavors Technologies

Endeavors Technologies creates, develops and markets innovative application virtualization and streaming technologies that allow servers to stream pc-based applications to client computers where they are subsequently executed. These "next stage" technologies replace thin client computing paradigms. Application virtualization and streaming enables organizations to reduce the total cost of ownership while improving service levels, simplifying the management of computers and improving security and reliability. This innovative application distribution methodology provides companies with new revenue opportunities while reducing IT costs and increasing user productivity. Endeavors Technologies is a pioneer and thought leader with eight patents granted and 25 pending, including the first patents granted for streaming applications. Endeavors Technologies provides its solutions through licensing, royalty and technology transfer models. Visit for more details.

About Tadpole Technology plc

Tadpole Technology plc is a company in transition. The company was formed in 1983 as a developer and manufacturer of high performance portable workstations. In 2003, Tadpole transitioned to a software group focused on two sectors; geospatial solutions and system level software technologies. In mid 2007, Tadpole made a strategic decision to focus exclusively on the application streaming and virtualization marketplace and in November 2007 announced the sale of its geospatial interests. The company established Endeavors Technologies Ltd. as its European trading arm, complementing the existing Endeavors Technologies Inc. in the US. Subject to shareholder approval, Tadpole Technology plc intends to rebrand itself under the Endeavors' name to reflect its focus on a single brand and product set. For information on Tadpole Technology plc, visit

Endeavors Technologies

CONTACT: Jan Tarzia, +1-949-296-3998, [email protected], or Peter
Bondar, +44 1845501202, [email protected], both of Endeavors Technologies

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