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

NorthSeas Announces Pay-as-You-Go E-mail Archiving

Messaging & Collaboration

Kaspersky Lab releases beta versions of new corporate product range  

Survey of Spam Control Products, and Survey of Archiving Products -- See what others think of these products/services. If you add your own data, we will send you a summary of the findings.

Pinger Rethinks Mobile Communications, Integrating Instant Messaging, Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Calling And Texting into One Simple Menu
Pinger Phone Now Available on iPhone--Integrates Instant Messaging and Social Networking Deeply into the Basic Phone Experience--Supports AIM, Yahoo! IM, MSN IM, and Google Talk IM Networks

ProjExec Named Best TOTAL Lotus Software Solution  

Nokia's Mail on Ovi public beta goes 'live' around the world
More than 110 million Nokia mobile phone users can now set up their own Ovi email account directly on their phones

Rumors
Orchestria. We're hearing rumors that Orchestria is close to a deal to be acquired. If anyone has further information, please post here or if you prefer, e.g., for anonymity, contact me at +1 415 367 3436 or email david.ferris@ferris.com.
 
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Microsoft Exchange Online Won't Particularly Facilitate Notes-to-Exchange Migration

The November 17 announcement of Microsoft Exchange Online included a case study in which a company migrated away from Notes using Microsoft Exchange Online. This is mainly marketing gloss.

Microsoft has been announcing the death of Notes for five years. Ferris survey data indicates that in the enterprise, Microsoft and IBM/Lotus are on the whole maintaining their penetration. There is a small amount of churn in both directions as a result of a mergers and acquisitions.

The dilemma for Notes shops is that it is just too hard to migrate all but the most basic "out of the box" Notes applications to SharePoint. Thus even those Notes shops that wish to migrate to Exchange plus SharePoint often find it too costly or too risky to proceed.

The cost of Microsoft's Business Productivity Suite Online at $15 (or less) per user per month does reduce both the initial cost, and more importantly, the wasted costs if migration doesn't proceed. Ferris, therefore, expects to see a rash of pilot Notes migrations to Microsoft's Online offerings. Whether these will progress beyond the trial stage, only time will tell. We suspect that many of them will not. ... Nick Shelness

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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
  • While other analysts have come and gone, we've published more than 200 formal reports and 1,100 short bulletins
  • Our news service covers more than 2,000 highly specialized announcements annually
  • We have nine experts in our research team, sharing many decades of experience in our core competencies

In short, our technology and industry depth helps you understand today's products, where they've come from and where they're going.


Have news you want to share with us or product or interest area that you would like us to cover? Send press releases to releases@ferris.com.

Copyright © Ferris Research 2008.


 
Monday, December 22, 2008
  Dec 22, Daily Compliance & Messaging News
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Daily Digest: December 22, 2008
 
Content Control, Compliance, Archiving, E-Discovery, & Data Leak Prevention

Digital Info Security Company Announces Version 6.3 of PolicyBridge Email Compliance Software

Survey of Spam Control Products, and Survey of Archiving Products -- See what others think of these products/services. If you add your own data, we will send you a summary of the findings.

PSS Systems' Atlas 4 Suite Further Reduces Legal Risk and Cost of Data Management
New capabilities unite the enterprise to store and manage less data, proactively control discovery costs, and manage global discovery and privacy

Announcing NorthSeas on VMware
E-mail Archiving Software That Runs Virtually Anywhere

Littler Mendelson Chooses Recommind to Power SharePoint Portal Search  
Comment on Recommind here

Messaging & Collaboration

Intermedia Announces Business Productivity Suite, Only Hosted Bundled Productivity Offering to Include Outlook and OCS 2007
New Offering Reinforces Intermedia's First to Market Reputation

Symantec Announces New Norton Internet Security for Mac
Comprehensive Security Solution Protects Against Online Threats and Identity Theft
Comment on Symantec here

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Microsoft's Approach to the Cloud

As we noted in our posting Cloud Computing - A Taxonomy, cloud computing can be delivered in three guises:

  • As Public Services (PSs) hosted in large, multisite data centers, and delivered over the public Internet.
  • As Virtual Private Services (VPSs) hosted in large, multisite, multitenanted data centers, and delivered securely over the public Internet. These VPSs are sometimes referred to as Software as a Service (SaaS).
  • As Private Applications (PAs) hosted in large, multisite, multitenanted data centers, and delivered securely over the public Internet.

Some vendors offer only one type, some two, but only Microsoft offers all three. This is important, and to the extent that Microsoft is able, over time, to employ the same platform for all three, it allows both the easy morphing of PSs into VPSs, and more importantly, the easy morphing of PAs into VPSs, and VPSs into PSs.

This is not the only way in which Microsoft's approach to the cloud is different from other vendors. Microsoft dominates the desktop, and has a growing on-premise server, and on-premise solutions, market share. This, in turn, leads in many organizations to ownership of the definitive internal directory -- Active Directory (AD). This places Microsoft in a unique position to create bridges between an organization's internal IT infrastructure and the "cloud."

This is not an opportunity that Microsoft is wasting. It is on a twofold mission:

  • To allow organizations to utilize their existing ADs for authentication and authorization of users of PAs and VPSs in the cloud. AD Federation is the technical term for this. As I have noted in a series of other postings on identity (see Microsoft Identity Roadmap), Microsoft is a thought leader and has a very complete roadmap in this domain. The offerings identified in this roadmap (both software and services) will have been released and deployed by the end of 2009. Some are already deployed.
  • To create a common .NET framework for applications whether they are hosted on-premise or in the cloud (in any guise). This delivers an incredibly powerful differentiation for Microsoft, and one that it has historically exploited with great effectiveness -- it is only a relatively small step for today's Visual Studio-employing Windows developer to morph into a Windows (Azure) in the cloud developer. This is an advantage that should not be underestimated.

It appears that Microsoft is executing this vision well. We expect Microsoft to establish a dominant position in the PA and VPS hosting space. It will continue to face opposition in the PS space, from the likes of Google, etc. The open question is the extent to which Microsoft can create an impregnable position in the VPS space, in the short term, for derivatives of its mature, on-premise, solution servers. For example:

  • Dynamic CRM Online
  • Exchange Online
  • SharePoint Online
  • Office Communications Online
  • Office Live Meeting

Our expectation is that Microsoft will. ... Nick Shelness

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About Ferris Research

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
  • While other analysts have come and gone, we've published more than 200 formal reports and 1,100 short bulletins
  • Our news service covers more than 2,000 highly specialized announcements annually
  • We have nine experts in our research team, sharing many decades of experience in our core competencies

In short, our technology and industry depth helps you understand today's products, where they've come from and where they're going.


Have news you want to share with us or product or interest area that you would like us to cover? Send press releases to releases@ferris.com.

Copyright © Ferris Research 2008.


 
Friday, December 19, 2008
  Dec 19, Daily Compliance & Messaging News
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Daily Digest: December 19, 2008
 
Content Control, Compliance, Archiving, E-Discovery, & Data Leak Prevention

City of Malmoe and Cryptzone have signed a contract for a Citywide Data Leak Prevention Technology Solution  

Survey of Spam Control Products, and Survey of Archiving Products -- See what others think of these products/services. If you add your own data, we will send you a summary of the findings.

Entrust Helps Secure Electronic Documents, Announces Adobe CDS Certificates
Entrust's CDS certificates added to company's portfolio of SSL certificates

DocuLex Archive Studio Adds Content Control and Compliance Capability with WebSearch Content Management Software  

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Cloud Computing - A Taxonomy

Cloud computing is becoming important for very massive messaging systems, such as Gmail and Microsoft Exchange Online. And there is no doubt that "cloud computing" is the IT industry's latest "buzz" phrase, but what does it mean?

At its simplest, it describes computing cycles delivered over the net. But how is this different from the 1960s time-sharing or today's access to on-premise server-based applications? At one level it isn't, but at another it is, because today's "cloud" refers to the public Internet. So "cloud computing" refers to computing cycles delivered over the public Internet. This form of "cloud computing" can be delivered in three guises:

  • As Public Services (PSs) hosted in large, multisite data centers and delivered over the public Internet -- for example, Google Search, Google Apps, Facebook, etc.
  • As Virtual Private Services (VPSs) hosted in large, multisite, multitenanted data centers and delivered securely over the public Internet -- for example, Microsoft Exchange Online, Salesforce.com, etc. These VPSs are sometimes referred to as Software as a Service (SaaS).
  • As Private Applications (PAs) hosted in large, multisite, multitenanted data centers and delivered securely over the public Internet. These are end-user applications that are currently hosted on-premise, and which in future will run in the cloud.

Note that PAs can easily morph into VPSs, and VPSs can morph into PSs. This is because all three can employ the same platform. It is more difficult to morph in the opposite direction. For example, turning a PS into a VPS may take a considerable amount of work, such as operating with multiple unfederated directories. Similarly, a platform for hosting a PS may or may not be appropriate for hosting a PA.

PAs explicitly, and PSs and VPSs implicitly, require a platform in the same way that traditional on-premise applications have required a platform. Historically, these on-premise platforms have been operating systems (OSs). More recently, these on-premise platforms have been elevated a level. Examples include .NET, J2EE, J2ME, etc.

So what form might a PA platform take? There are currently a number of candidates. These include:

  • Amazon's EC2
  • IBM's Blue Cloud
  • Microsoft's Windows Azure

We will address these three in future postings. ... Nick Shelness

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About Ferris Research

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
  • While other analysts have come and gone, we've published more than 200 formal reports and 1,100 short bulletins
  • Our news service covers more than 2,000 highly specialized announcements annually
  • We have nine experts in our research team, sharing many decades of experience in our core competencies

In short, our technology and industry depth helps you understand today's products, where they've come from and where they're going.


Have news you want to share with us or product or interest area that you would like us to cover? Send press releases to releases@ferris.com.

Copyright © Ferris Research 2008.


 
Thursday, December 18, 2008
  Dec 18, Daily Compliance & Messaging News
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Daily Digest: December 18, 2008
 
Content Control, Compliance, Archiving, E-Discovery, & Data Leak Prevention

Instant Technologies Announces Competitive Upgrade Pricing for IBM Lotus Sametime Archiving
New Program Makes it Easy to Switch to Instant IMtegrity Archives

Survey of Spam Control Products, and Survey of Archiving Products -- See what others think of these products/services. If you add your own data, we will send you a summary of the findings.

Announcing NorthSeas on VMware
E-mail Archiving Software That Runs Virtually Anywhere

ePals and Privacy Networks Partner to Bring Legally Compliant Email Archive Solutions to K-12 Marketplace
New unified message archive available to ePals Global Community

Essential Enables Easy eDiscovery for Internet Based Communications

Messaging & Collaboration

AOL Launches New Version of Web Mail and Announces Upcoming Availability of Open APIs
New Plug-ins Gallery Offers One-Click Access to Gmail, Yahoo! Mail and Other Sites; New Themes Create a More Personalized Experience

Intermedia Enhances its Built-in SpamStopper Platform for Hosted Exchange Security with Commtouch Technology

Blue Coat and Proofpoint Partner to Deliver the Next Generation of Secure Web and Email Solutions
Comment on Blue Coat here
Comment on Proofpoint here

Spring 2009 DevConnections Announced
Orlando, FL, March 22-25, 2009

Rumors

Microsoft Drops HMC. We've just heard from a reliable source that Microsoft will be dropping further development of HMC, Microsoft Solution for Hosted Messaging and Collaboration. Ie, version 4.5, the current version, is the last. This is perhaps bad news for third parties offering hosted versions of Exchange that have adopted HMC.

If you can contribute further information, please go here.

AXS-ONE Axes Workforce. We hear email archiving vendor AXS-One laid off nearly half its US workforce last week. The company has had very poor financial performance for a long time.

If you can contribute further information, please go here.

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Microsoft's Identity Roadmap: In the Cloud

In an earlier posting, I wrote about Microsoft Identity Roadmap.

I now want to look at Microsoft's cloud-based identity offerings in greater detail. These include:

  • Microsoft Live Identity Services
  • The Live Identity Framework (an SDK)
  • The Microsoft Federation Gateway (a Live service)
  • The .NET Access Control Service

Microsoft Live Identity Services is a successor to "Passport." This is the Windows Live-maintained identity services of Windows Live, as opposed to the federated identity services (more below) of Windows Live.

The Live Identity Framework is the cloud-based, Windows Azure (see Microsoft's Windows Azure - An OS for the Cloud) analogue of the on-premise, Windows Server "Geneva" Framework. (see Microsoft Identity Roadmap - On-premise for more details). They are both Microsoft Visual Studio Software Development Kits (SDKs). It is not clear in what ways they differ. Today, a developer would employ the Live Identity Framework when writing a Windows Azure application for deployment in the cloud under Windows Live, and the "Geneva" Identity Framework when writing a Windows Server application for on-premise, or remotely hosted, Windows Server deployment.

The Microsoft Federation Gateway is in production now. It is a cloud-based Security Token Service (STS) that has four major roles:

  • To provide authentication and authorization services to Windows Live Online offerings such as Dynamics CRM Online, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, etc.
  • To provide authentication and authorization services to cloud-based, Windows Azure applications that employ the Live Identity Framework.
  • To employ Live Identity Services (also in production now) as its source of authentication and authorization data and policies.
  • To interface to other compliant STSs, both: to provide them with access to Live Identity Services authentication and authorization data and policies, and to provide access to remote authentication and authorization data and policies accessed via remote STSs, such as a "Geneva"server, a Microsoft Services Connector, or a third-party on-premise (see Microsoft Identity Roadmap - On-premise for more details), or cloud-based, STS.

.NET Access Control Services (ACS) is currently employed by Microsoft in its .NET Services, and available externally as a Community Technical Preview (CTP). An initial external beta will be available in 1H 2009. There is currently no release date! It is a Windows Azure-based STS whose role is to provide access control services (authentication + authorization) to:

  • Microsoft-provided, Windows Azure-based services (using the Live Identity Framework)
  • Customer-provided, Windows Azure-based applications (using the Live Identity Framework)
  • Customer-provided, Windows Server-based applications (using the "Geneva" Identity Framework)

The first two run in the Windows Live cloud; the latter runs on-premise, or on a remotely hosted Windows Server.

In time, one would expect the .NET ACS to be available for deployment on-premise, but Microsoft remains mute on this beyond the following statement by Kim Cameron: "You might wonder – is there a version of ACS I can run on-premises? Not today, but these capabilities will be delivered in the future through 'Geneva.'"

For users who wish to deep dive into any of these offerings, the following PDC 2008 presentations are available online:

... Nick Shelness

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About Ferris Research

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
  • While other analysts have come and gone, we've published more than 200 formal reports and 1,100 short bulletins
  • Our news service covers more than 2,000 highly specialized announcements annually
  • We have nine experts in our research team, sharing many decades of experience in our core competencies

In short, our technology and industry depth helps you understand today's products, where they've come from and where they're going.


Have news you want to share with us or product or interest area that you would like us to cover? Send press releases to releases@ferris.com.

Copyright © Ferris Research 2008.


 
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
  Dec 17, Daily Compliance & Messaging News
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Daily Digest: December 17, 2008  
 
Content Control, Compliance, Archiving, E-Discovery, & Data Leak Prevention

Mimosa Decreases the Cost of Storage and Expedites eDiscovery with New NearPoint Retention and Classification Option
Mimosa NearPoint RCO Automatically Classifies Email and Files Based on Policy to Determine What Content Should be Retained, Tagged or Disposed

Survey of Spam Control Products, and Survey of Archiving Products -- See what others think of these products/services. If you add your own data, we will send you a summary of the findings.

Permabit and ZL Technologies Partnership First to Marry Deduplication and File System Virtualization in End–to–end Grid Architecture for Low–cost, Long Term Enterprise Data Retention
Advanced e–discovery Features Make High Capacity Solution Ideal to Tackle the Rise in Regulatory and Litigation Requirements

Guidance Software's EnCase eDiscovery Receives Awards from Law Technology News
EnCase eDiscovery Recognized for Both Collection and Processing

Network Products Guide honors Kazeon with Technology Industry's 2008 Most Valuable Performers Award  

Messaging & Collaboration

Ensim Optimizes Active Directory Management with Launch of Ensim Unify Report Manager
New Unify Report Manager Designed to Help Businesses Enforce AD Standardization

Yahoo! Unveils a Smarter Inbox for Yahoo! Mail
Next Generation of Yahoo! Mail Provides a More Social and Productive Communication Experience for Consumers, Builds on the Yahoo! Open Strategy

DMA, Return Path Launch Email Reputation Registry  

AXIGEN and AVG Partner for Improved Email Security  

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Microsoft's Identity Roadmap: On-Premise

In an earlier posting, I wrote about the Microsoft Identity Roadmap. I now want to look at Microsoft's on-premise identity offerings in greater detail. These include:

  • The "Geneva" Server (the project name "Geneva" will almost certainly change)
  • The "Geneva" Framework
  • The Microsoft Services Connector
  • Microsoft CardSpace "Geneva"

The "Geneva" Server is in beta now and is scheduled to ship in 2H 2009. It is an on-premise Security Token Server (STS) that runs on Windows Server/s. It has three major roles:

  • To provide authentication and authorization services to on-premise applications that employ the "Geneva" Framework.
  • To employ an organization's on-premise Active Directory (AD) as a repository of authentication and authorization data and policies.
  • To interface to other compliant STSs.
    • To provide access to on-premise Active Directory (AD) authentication and authorization data and policies.
    • To provide access to remote authentication and authorization data and policies.
  • Other compliant STSs identified in the roadmap include:
    • Other "Geneva" Servers
    • The Microsoft Federation Gateway
    • Third-party STSs

The "Geneva" Framework is in beta now and is scheduled to ship in 2H 2009. It is a Visual Studio (VS) Software Development Kit (SDK) that applications can employ to satisfy all of their identity (authentication, authorization, etc.) needs. This obviates the need for application-based identity establishing code.

The Microsoft Services Connector is in beta now and scheduled for release in 1H 2009. It is a cut-down STS, whose sole purpose is to federate an on-premise AD via the Microsoft Federation Gateway to the "cloud." It is not clear to this author whether Microsoft is employing an early release of this product for remote AD-based authentication and authorization by its Online offerings, or something else.

The Windows CardSpace Identity Selector is available now. It ships with Windows Vista (all versions) and is available as an optional update for Windows XP. CardSpace "Geneva" is in beta now and is scheduled to ship in 2H 2009. To quote Kim Cameron, it "is dramatically faster and smaller than the first version of CardSpace, and incorporates the feedback and ideas that have emerged from our customers and collaborators."

For users who wish to deep dive into any of these offerings, the following PDC 2008 presentations are available online:

... Nick Shelness

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Recent Research

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For more reports, visit our reports page.

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About Ferris Research

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
  • While other analysts have come and gone, we've published more than 200 formal reports and 1,100 short bulletins
  • Our news service covers more than 2,000 highly specialized announcements annually
  • We have nine experts in our research team, sharing many decades of experience in our core competencies

In short, our technology and industry depth helps you understand today's products, where they've come from and where they're going.


Have news you want to share with us or product or interest area that you would like us to cover? Send press releases to releases@ferris.com.

Copyright © Ferris Research 2008.


 
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