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Another Large Enterprise Sees the Web 2.0 Light…

ANALYSIS – This Network Computing article highlights how T. Rowe Price has embraced Web 2.0 technologies to enable more effective information gathering and sharing. Using wikis, discussion software and instant messaging, T. …
Matt Keil,

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Can Users Be Trusted to Do the Right Thing?

ANALYSIS – An interesting Dark Reading article on Software as a Service (SaaS) where the CTO of Google challenges enterprises to trust their users to do the right thing when it comes …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

WeBot Can Turn Any PC into a Streaming Media Server

ALERT – WeBot is an application that turns your computer into a streaming media server. WeBot allows users to gain real-time access to their digital media files at home via an Internet …
Alfred Lee,

Blogs

Joost Opens 1.0 Beta

ALERT – The wait is over… No longer do users need a precious invitation to join the closed Joost beta to experience IPTV at its best. Joost has recently opened their 1.0 …
Mike,

Blogs

P2P Strikes Again!

ALERT – Peer-to-peer (P2P) software continues to cause security risks for users and corporate networks with private data being accidentally shared across file sharing networks. ABN Amro (CitiGroup-owned mortgage company) recently reported …
Matt Keil,

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Meebo Adds File Sharing Service

ALERT – Meebo, the web-based instant messaging service, has now added a file transfer feature that allows users to share files with IM contacts regardless of which IM network they are on. …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

Fake Tor Application Helps Storm Worm Spread

ALERT – Capitalizing on user fears of hackers capturing and viewing their internet traffic, the Storm worm’s latest propagation method uses spam email with the subject line “Careful, you.re being watched.” to …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

Is there an Elephant in the Room?

ANALYSIS – In this Network World article, the author raises the topic of what is really going through port 80 on most firewalls. Sure, visits to Yahoo, Google, and the other millions …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

Yet Another Reason To Block P2P?

ANALYSIS – This article shows how hackers can add insult to injury by releasing a Trojan that laughs at you while it erases your files. Originally developed as part of the Usenix …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

Web 2.0 Tools: Productivity Gain or Security Threat?

ANALYSIS – Two recent articles about web 2.0 tools present two very different views – productivity tool or a security threat. Clearly these tools are gaining significant visibility within enterprises as a …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

Google Desktop Can be a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

ALERT – Google Desktop has become popular in large part due to very painful desktop search functions in Windows. It is able to find documents and email very quickly and accurately. However, …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

Meebo Repeater: An Evasive Extension to an Already Evasive App

ALERT – If you are trying to control IM use and haven’t heard of Meebo, it is very likely your users have. Meebo’s purpose in life is to allow people to continue …
Mike,

Blogs

Create a Conscious Policy Around Web-based File Sharing

ALERT – Think your users don’t get around email attachment restrictions? Think again. Attachment limitations, while possibly useful for managing resource utilization on an over-burdened mail server, encourage user creativity. In addition, …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

uTorrent Becomes the Official BitTorrent Client

ALERT – uTorrent, an extremely popular BitTorrent client, has been re-branded and released as the official mainline BitTorrent client, appropriately named BitTorrrent 6.0. BitTorrent, Inc. acquired uTorrent in December 2006 and gained …
Mike,

Blogs

MPack Malware Leverages SSL for Secure Transmission

ALERT – SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is a protocol designed to provide encryption with minimal to no configuration, and has been used extensively to encrypt web communications through HTTPS (HTTP in SSL). …
Alfred Lee,

Blogs

BitTorrent Releases Streaming Video Application

ALERT – This San Jose Mercury News article covers the recent BitTorrent announcement of their streaming video service, joining the ranks of Joost and Babelgum who are delivering a similar service. It …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

How to Ruin a Good Thing…

ANALYSIS – Used by millions of users, RSS is much like instant messaging in that it is predominantly an end-user driven tool that has become invaluable in helping enterprise employees be more …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

Social Networking Permeates the Enterprise

ANALYSIS – This InformationWeek article highlights the opportunity that social networking applications like Facebook have to support their users as they mature and at the same time, establish themselves as an enterprise …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

Let the Deployments Begin

ANALYSIS – Coverage of the Enterprise 2.0 Conference indicates that today’s latest web applications (RSS, Blogs, Wikis, unified messaging, collaboration) are permeating the enterprise faster than predicted. A Social Computing Magazine summary …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

Skinkers Announces Live TV Broadcasting via P2P

ALERT – Skinkers, a London-based company, is using Microsoft Research’s LiveStation (beta) and Silverlight technologies to stream live television content over a peer-to-peer(P2P) network, which means that users don’t experience the typical …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

The First of Many Case Studies to Come…

ANALYSIS – Or an example of a bleeding edge user? Only time will tell, but few things will help drive adoption more than a case study in a leading publication like Information …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

Web 2.0 Executives Challenge IT Professionals

ANALYSIS – Here you are, sitting in the audience, listening to a panel discussion when a Google exec says IT couldn’t stop instant messaging and they won’t stop other Web apps either. …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 and Security – Oh My!

ANALYSIS – Beyond the buzz and hype associated with Enterprise 2.0 and Web 2.0 there lies a set of tools such as IM, VoIP, Blogs and RSS that can foster collaboration and …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

Support for Apple and Microsoft Update Services Released

ALERT – PAN-OS App-ID Update 20 introduces support for the Apple Software Update service. Likewise, App-ID Update 19 included support for the Microsoft update services. These services are critical to keeping enterprise …
Mike,

Blogs

Enterprises Held Hostage – The List of Demands Is Short…

ANALYSIS – New rank and file employees entering the work force may demand access to social networking sites, wikis, IM and such as part of their employment package. “We’ll have to deal …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

Veoh Networks launches VeohTV

ALERT – On Jun 20th, 2007, Veoh Networks launched VeohTV, an Internet video viewing application. Unlike Joost and other video applications that use P2P networks to distribute controlled content, VeohTV is a …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

P2P Programs Share More Than Music

ANALYSIS – Most commonly known for its place in sharing music across vast networks of connected PCs, this article does a great job of summarizing how P2P applications will integrate themselves into …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

Babelgum Announces 30 Content Partners

ALERT – On June 15, 2007, Babelgum, a new Internet-based TV network, announced that it had signed 30 content partners. Bablegum joins a rash of new companies that are showcasing their P2P-based …
Alfred Lee,

Blogs

Employee Records Show Up In P2P Traffic

ANALYSIS – A recent Computerworld article on the appearance of employee records in P2P traffic demonstrates that the risk of P2P applications on corporate networks goes far beyond the copyright lawsuit threats …
Matt Keil,

Blogs

HTTP Tunneling 101

Network administrators are more and more concerned about scrutinizing the traffic that comes in and out of their networks, but applications and attackers know that they won’t block HTTP traffic over port …
Mike,
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