Instant Messenging: May 2006 Archives

For the enterprise downloading and using free consumer IM clients and P2P file sharing applications can invite viruses, worms and other security risks. Businesses must understand the challenges to their organization and if they are at risk for non-compliance with policies or regulations, intellectual property loss or worse.

Thankfully you don't have to give up IM to protect your enterprise. In this eSeminar learn how Microsoft Office Live Communications Server 2005 enables real-time communications. With proper management, it improves business efficiencies and increases productivity. Many leading organizations are already benefiting from this flexible enterprise IM solution.

Find out how companies are maximizing the value of their Live Communications Server investments with FaceTime Enterprise Edition. With FaceTime, you can stop rogue public IM use, detect and block applications like Skype 2.0 and ensure full compliance with state and federal regulations.

Join Marc Sanders from Microsoft and Eric Young from FaceTime as they explore:

- Pros and cons of enterprise-grade vs. free IM
- Transitioning from multiple public IM clients and P2P applications to a safe, secure, collaboration environment
- An example of how two companies have fully leveraged IM with FaceTime and Live Communications Server

The eSeminar is free click here to register.

Implementing Safe, Secure Enterprise-Grade IM
June 1, 2006 @ 12:30 p.m. Eastern/9:30 a.m. Pacific
Duration: 45 minutes

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