Followers of the Enterprise File Share and Sync Market (EFSS) will have
noticed a flurry of announcements in the last few weeks. In particular:
SAP and OpenText collaborated with Tempo Box; Egnyte outlined it would
leverage Google's Storage; Box purchased Stream as well as announcing Box
Notes (something SME has had for ages) and unlimited storage for business
plan customers as well as being able to save files to Box directly from
Microsoft Office (again something SME has had for a long time); SalesForce
and Microsoft announced interoperability with Office365; Microsoft
also announced that certain Office365 subscribers would receive 1TB free of
charge; Cloudian announced a partnership with Amazon Web Services;
Amazon announced Zocalo their EFSS solution; Zimbra purchased Mezeo.
So why is this flurry activity happening? There are a few reasons. The first
is that the... (more)
Jim Liddle's Symbian Blog: Google Local For Mobile Using Ajax For Midlet!
It seems that Google have done it again, having brought Google local to the
mobile phone with a fairly sophisticated Midlet that also has Ajax support.
It is amazing what is in 38K of Midlet, and it is good to see Google pushing
the envelope on mobile like this. As per my comments previously on this
page, there already exists MGMaps which provides a J2ME interface to Google
Maps but it is not as slick as this. Check this out from Google here.
posted Saturday, 12 November 2005 4:30 PM EST
Jim Liddle's Symbian Blog: Yet Another Java/J2ME Google Maps Midlet!
These seem to be coming out quicker that I can blog them ! This one is
called J2MEMap and you can get the JAR from here, and the jar from here
One of the interesting things about the last 12-18 months is how the Cloud
has put power into the hands of consumers. What I mean by this is, imagine
the following scenario in the world pre-cloud:
"A user buys some software via the Internet or shrink-wrapped. It arrives and
they install it. It either does not work for them or they cannot figure out
how to use it so they basically write off the cash and don't use the app. End
Now let's look at what happens on Cloud:
"The user either buys an application from an app store (be it desktop or
mobile), or a holiday from a ho... (more)
1. Unknown sensitive company information leaked
Not knowing what potentially sensitive company information is being shared
can have a big effect on your Company. Sharing sensitive product designs,
customer information, financial information, etc., can have a direct negative
effect that may not be seen but will be felt.
Storage Made Easy provides policies that operate above all private and cloud
data and enables policies to be set that incorporate time expiry and password
protections inclusive of audit tracking and GEO location restrictions.
2. Data Breach
There is an increasing am... (more)