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Re: IBM Aims to Bring Social Media Into Compliance
Posted by: Sidney Hill 2011-06-21 13:48:12
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IBM is promising to deliver a solution that will enable companies to include information from social media platforms in their regulatory compliance reports. Compliance capability is "fundamental to reducing a barrier that many companies have encountered as they look more closely at using social media for business process integration," Alistair Rennie, IBM's general manager of collaboration solutions, said in a teleconference on Monday.
IBM is expected to formally announce the new solution -- called "Actiance Vantage for IBM Connections" on Tuesday.


Social Media Security
Posted by: HongwenZhangWedge 2011-06-24 16:10:22 In reply to: Sidney Hill
Thanks for your insight Sidney! Web 2.0 and Social Media sites are open to some of the most frightening security breaches the industry has seen to date. Today it's more important than ever that corporations ensure network layer Data Leakage Prevention (DLP) to prevent the outflow of user/corporate data. This is especially applicable to those enterprises who have begun integrating social networking into their marketing efforts. Our company, Wedge Networks has focused on building such solutions for years and is leading efforts to prevent the good things from flowing out and the bad things from flowing in.
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