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Content Control, Compliance, Archiving, E-Discovery, & Data Leak Prevention

Autonomy Introduces Industry's First Intelligent Information Governance Platform
Automates Real-time Policy Management for IT, Legal, and Compliance by Understanding the Meaning of Information

Software AG Deploys the PGP Encryption Platform to Protect Confidential Data
Global Software Provider Extends Use of PGP Technology with PGP Whole Disk Encryption

Oracle Expands Enterprise Content Management Portfolio with Launch of Oracle Universal Online Archive
Oracle E-mail Archive Service, a Scalable and Hot-Pluggable E-mail Archiving Interface, also Unveiled

Palisade Systems Announces First Plug And Play Product For The Data Loss Prevention Market
Palisade Systems PacketSure Appliance First and Only "Plug and Play" Device that can be Operational within One Hour of Being Installed, Eliminating Need for Costly Professional Services and On-Going Management Costs

Mimosa Systems launches data protection and archiving solutions for MS Exchange Server at InfoSec 2008
Will Give Away 500 Copies of "Email Archiving for Dummies" at Stand K917

Solix Technologies Extends Enterprise Data Archiving Functionality to Sun Microsystems' MySQL Database
Solix Technology today announced that it has joined the MySQL Enterprise Connection Alliance to bring enterprise data archiving to MySQL open source databases

Messaging & Collaboration

Comverse Launches Hosted Instant SMS to Speed Deployment of Next-Generation Messaging Services
Instant SMS, Comverse's Enhanced Messaging Solution, Infuses Existing Messaging Services with New Spirit

AOL Launches in Taiwan 

Jefferson County Public Schools Use Blue Coat Appliances for Securing, Controlling and Accelerating Web Access
ProxySG Appliances Manage Web Usage, Accelerate Content, Reduce Bandwidth Consumption and Protect Against Malware for Largest School District in Colorado

Esnatech introduces unified communications for google Application users
Esnatech integrates its Unified Communications technology to deliver unified messaging and PBX integration with Google Applications. Users have anywhere, any device, access to Gmail and click-to-dial integrated with their own PBX

Blog Item(s)

2factor's Interesting Encryption Technology
2factor is primarily an encryption technology licensing business: The company sells its technology to OEMs. The core technology is called Real Privacy Management (RPM).

It works by calculating symmetric private keys; that is, it doesn't use a public/private key pair. Each party in a transaction has a private key, which it presents to a trusted intermediary. The pair of keys defines a series of encryption keys, to be used in sequence.

2factor says the benefits are:

  1. Very fast encryption (the calculations can be done using register arithmetic); perhaps 100x as fast as Diffie-Hellman, for example.
  2. Provably secure, unlike elliptic curves, for example.
  3. The trusted-intermediary architecture can be generalized, permitting a federated model.

... Richi Jennings

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  • Provide messaging and collaborative technologies
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