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  • IM too critical a business app to ban

    Despite reported security risks, CIOs shouldn't ban employees from using instant messaging (even if they could).

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  • Does your organization use a company-provided mobile instant messaging tool?

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  • Will enterprise mobile instant messaging overtake email?

    Mobile instant messaging will become a standard way for employees to communicate over the next few years, but what options does the enterprise have?

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  • Titans of IM duke it out for enterprise supremacy

    The "Big Three" instant messaging vendors are getting warmed up for a fierce competition to make their software best in class, as IM becomes transformed into a mainstream business application. Analysts and other experts outline the strengths and weaknesses of enterprise IM offerings from AOL,...

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  • How to secure enterprise instant messaging

    According to a 2008 IDC survey, instant messaging is set to overtake email as the preferred form of enterprise communication. IM, however, can be extremely difficult to control if you don't know these security tips.

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    While the business benefits of using IM often outweigh the risks, locking down instant messaging in the workplace is still essential to enterprise security.

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  • How do XMPP standard changes help secure instant messaging?

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    In an attempt to meet the demand for instant messaging archiving tools, records management company Iron Mountain has partnered with major instant messaging solutions providers.

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  • Open-source IM firm works in .NET, Linux

    A company called Tipic doesn't have a typical take on instant messaging. The firm thinks IM should be open to everyone. With that in mind, Tipic has announced that its server software will work in both .NET Server and Linux platforms.

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