FaceTime Communications

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Securing and Controlling the New Internet at the Web Gateway

    Off late Internet is dominated by connectivity and collaboration. As organizations and users alike are utilizing a combination of enterprise and publicly available tools, applications and communities, the Internet and corporate networks are awash with Web 2.0 applications such as social networks, instant messaging, VoIP, gaming and sharing applications. In...

    Provided By FaceTime Communications

  • Case Studies // Jun 2009

    Knight Frank Builds Stronger Web Security With FaceTime

    Knight Frank Singapore was all too aware that its employees were using the network to contact friends and family using instant messaging and sharing files via P2P, even though their use was not authorized. This not only placed the company at risk from unknowingly downloading potentially illegal material, but presented...

    Provided By FaceTime Communications

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Social Networking Global Survey Results & Practical Steps to Secure Your Organization

    A recent survey of 1,200 corporate Internet users showed that 77 percent of employees use social networks. And while their employers believe that only 10 percent of them use IPTV in the workplace, the true figure is actually 78 percent. Data points that further support the Internet has changed significantly...

    Provided By FaceTime Communications

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Increase Your FaceTime With Sametime: Using Collaboration to Improve Productivity & Reduce Costs

    The collaboration power of Lotus Sametime can not only increase employee productivity and streamline communications, but even help to save on real estate costs and reduce the time to market. The challenge? With real time communications comes an increased threat of incoming malware, potential loss of confidential information, policy enforcement...

    Provided By FaceTime Communications

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007: Management, Security and Compliance in a Heterogeneous Environment

    The Internet has changed. It's no longer just about Web and email traffic. Instead, it's dominated by Web 2.0 applications such as IM, P2P, social networking, voice, and video. Today, these applications are pervasive in the enterprise, brought in by a new generation of employees. Recognizing the benefits of these...

    Provided By FaceTime Communications

  • Case Studies // Jun 2009

    Knight Frank Builds Stronger Web Security With FaceTime

    Knight Frank Singapore was all too aware that its employees were using the network to contact friends and family using instant messaging and sharing files via P2P, even though their use was not authorized. This not only placed the company at risk from unknowingly downloading potentially illegal material, but presented...

    Provided By FaceTime Communications

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Social Networking Global Survey Results & Practical Steps to Secure Your Organization

    A recent survey of 1,200 corporate Internet users showed that 77 percent of employees use social networks. And while their employers believe that only 10 percent of them use IPTV in the workplace, the true figure is actually 78 percent. Data points that further support the Internet has changed significantly...

    Provided By FaceTime Communications

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Increase Your FaceTime With Sametime: Using Collaboration to Improve Productivity & Reduce Costs

    The collaboration power of Lotus Sametime can not only increase employee productivity and streamline communications, but even help to save on real estate costs and reduce the time to market. The challenge? With real time communications comes an increased threat of incoming malware, potential loss of confidential information, policy enforcement...

    Provided By FaceTime Communications

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007: Management, Security and Compliance in a Heterogeneous Environment

    The Internet has changed. It's no longer just about Web and email traffic. Instead, it's dominated by Web 2.0 applications such as IM, P2P, social networking, voice, and video. Today, these applications are pervasive in the enterprise, brought in by a new generation of employees. Recognizing the benefits of these...

    Provided By FaceTime Communications

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Securing and Controlling the New Internet at the Web Gateway

    Off late Internet is dominated by connectivity and collaboration. As organizations and users alike are utilizing a combination of enterprise and publicly available tools, applications and communities, the Internet and corporate networks are awash with Web 2.0 applications such as social networks, instant messaging, VoIP, gaming and sharing applications. In...

    Provided By FaceTime Communications