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Daily Digest: March 6, 2008
Content Control, Compliance, Archiving, E-Discovery, & Data Leak Prevention

Websense Promotes E-mail Hygiene and Compliance With New Messaging Security Solutions
Company Delivers on Promise to Enhance SurfControl's Messaging Security Solutions; Augments Compliance Capabilities With Technology From Company's Data Loss Prevention Solution

Email Support Staff Size Survey. Go here to see email support headcounts for many organizations. If you add your own data, we will send you a summary of the findings

Retention Policies Survey. Go here to participate in a roundtable discussion on retention policies for electronically stored information. If you contribute your own experience, we will send you a summary of the findings. Discussion just started so great if you can help get this off the ground

Gimmal Group, Inc. Announces Gimmal Works Workshare Professional Connector for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 to Support Intranet or Extranet Document Collaboration Within and Between Organizations
Integration of Workshare Professional and SharePoint Server 2007 creates an auditable change control solution for document review, compare and sharing with policy-enforced secure PDF creation

 
Messaging & Collaboration

Bizanga Integrates Brandmail to provide Email Branding and Security through its Intelligent Message Processor
Company increases focus on DKIM and email authentication

USA.NET Announces Release of Fully Integrated Microsoft Exchange 2007 and Windows Sharepoint Hosting Services 3.0
Top-Rated Business Email Hosting Provider Offers Expanded Options to Clients for Increased Productivity, Collaboration and Security

AOL Announces Open AIM 2.0 Developer Program 

NetPro Introduces Powerful New Exchange and SQL Auditing Capability
Flagship Windows Auditing Solution Will Feature New SQL Server Module, Plus Comprehensive Exchange Auditing, Including Permission Change and Non-Owner Mailbox Alerting

Insight Connector 3.1.6 Released
Bynari announces support for Kolab and iCalendar standard with Insight Connector

 
Blog Item(s)

SIP and XMPP - Convergence or Coexistence?
SIP is the widely deployed Internet standard Session Initiation Protocol (RFC 3621). XMPP is the Internet standard eXtensible Messaging and Presence Protocol. There are substantial architectural similarities between services of these types, and advanced clients need presence, messaging, and session initiation capabilities. Integrating these services makes some sense, and two key attempts have been made.

SIMPLE is a family of protocols that builds presence and messaging over SIP. This layering has resulted in a specification of substantial complexity and rather poor performance, which suggests that the layering is not a good choice. These technical issues are a key factor as to why XMPP is winning over SIMPLE as the standard of choice for presence and instant messaging.

JINGLE is a Session Initiation Protocol built over XMPP. This layering works better, and it is clear that JINGLE will have an important role in providing session initiation between clients that support XMPP. It is a clean and effective approach to help XMPP clients support voice and video within a protocol and security framework that is already implemented.

However, JINGLE does not provide a complete replacement for SIP.

A SIP client implementation is a very straightforward mechanism to set up a phone call, and is supported on a large number of phones. If call connect is all that is needed, SIP is ideal. JINGLE only makes sense if XMPP is needed for other reasons. VoIP phones will continue to be SIP based, and VoIP deployments will be based around PABX systems that include SIP servers.

Another reason for this is that JINGLE does not provide a framework for phone-type services such as call forwarding, putting calls on hold, and voicemail integration. The underlying reason is that JINGLE is based on communication starting out with (XMPP) presence, which is a model of user-to-user communication, as distinct from the more traditional model underlying SIP of device-to-device communication.

JINGLE use will grow, based on voice and video services in the context of XMPP clients. SIP use will continue to grow in the context of VoIP phone deployment. There will be coexistence, and gateways between SIP and XMPP/JINGLE. ... Steve Kille

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Picking the Right Archiving Policies
Wednesday, March 12, 2008
8:30am Pacific, 11:30am Eastern, 3:30pm UK, 4:30pm CET. One hour.

Corporate policies on what electronic material should be archived are in a state of flux. In this webinar, we discuss the pros and cons of archiving a given piece of electronic information, current thinking on what electronic information should and should not be archived, the reasons for these policies, and how archiving policies are evolving. The event concludes with a Q&A session. Note: Because of differences in the start of Daylight Saving Time, the webinar begins one hour earlier than usual in Europe.

To register for the webinar, click here. For more information, click here.


Reducing IT Support for Mobile Messaging: A Conversation with Ensim
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
8:30am Pacific, 11:30am Eastern, 3:30pm UK, 4:30pm CET. One hour.

As the success of the BlackBerry platform illustrates, email is the single most important application on most mobile devices used in business. However, providing technical support for mobile messaging is very demanding. In this webinar, Ferris analyst Richi Jennings and Scott Young of Ensim discuss the current state of mobile messaging support and how it is likely to evolve. Scott also presents Ensim's automated provisioning system and explains how it simplifies mobile device support. The event concludes with a Q&A session. Note: Because of differences in the start of Daylight Saving Time, the webinar begins one hour earlier than usual in Europe.

To register for the webinar, click here. For more information, click here.


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Ferris Research studies messaging, and the control of electronic information. More specifically, we help IT staff evaluate and implement products and services that:

  • Provide messaging and collaborative technologies
  • Archive electronic information
  • Ensure compliance with corporate policy, industry regulations, and laws
  • Facilitate e-discovery, and contain its costs
  • Reduce the dangers of information leaks

Email is the most important type of electronic information that requires control today. Other important types include instant messages, Sharepoint teamspaces, images, voice, video, and miscellaneous desktop files.

We've been in business since 1990--longer than any other analyst firm in our field:

  • Clients include 300 of the world's 1,000 largest organizations, and computer vendors from the largest corporations to small startups
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