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

JPMorgan Chase Selects Oracle Enterprise Content Management Software to Streamline Document Capture Process Worldwide  

MetaLINCS Delivers E-Discovery as Managed Services
Flexible Business Model Meets Critical Customer Needs from Data Collection through Production as Licensed Software or Managed Services

 
Messaging & Collaboration

MailSite Fusion Now Fully Tested and Verified For Use With The iPhone 3
MailSite Fusion 9 Pushes Email, Calendar and Contacts Over-the-Air Without Any Additional Software on the iPhone

Survey of Archiving Products -- Let us know what you think about the archiving products you use. If you add your own data, we will send you a summary of the findings. The survey just started--great if you can help get this off the ground by contributing your own policies

Survey of Retention Policies -- See the retention policies for various organizations here. If you add your own data, we will send you a summary of the findings

CollabNet SourceForge Enterprise 5.0 brings enhanced ALM capabilities to Model and Standardize preferred Software Development Processes  

FuseMail Selects Funambol's Open Source Push Email & PIM Sync Solution for Small and Medium Business Customers
FuseMail extends its innovative outsourced email offerings by providing mobile email and PIM sync for a wide range of mobile phones at low cost

Palringo brings the first 'rich messaging service' to the iPhone  

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Mobile Phones as Identity Cards

Some countries, such as Belgium, have deployed national identity cards, and many others will follow suit. There was an intriguing discussion on mobile identity at the European e-Identity Conference in The Hague.

Mobile phones are an interesting alternative to conventional cards. Technically, they work well, as they can hold a smart card. There are a number of benefits:

  • Most people carry phones with them.
  • They can be used for payments, and users prefer phones over cards for this function:
    • New technologies such as Near Field Communications can support "customer-present" payments.
    • SMS authentication can support "customer-not-present" payments.
  • Loss of a phone is usually recognized quickly.
  • Information on phones can be remotely disabled.

This seems to have worthy potential as a different way to handle identity cards. ... Steve Kille

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