Read/WriteWeb inventories the online video universe, breaking it down into a somewhat comprehensive set of companies and categories--video sharing, intermediaries, video search, video eCommerce, video editing & creation, rich media advertising, P2P, video streaming and vlogosphere. It will be interesting to see which companies are around six months from now and what new companies have been spawned.
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Larry Dignan and other IT industry experts, blogging at the intersection of business and technology, deliver daily news and analysis on vital enterprise trends.
Larry Dignan is Editor in Chief of ZDNet and SmartPlanet as well as Editorial Director of ZDNet's sister site TechRepublic.
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Notable headlines:Hacker, Microsoft duke it out over Vista design flaw. What the UAC 'hole' is really about.
Martin Lamonica of news.com reports on IBM's release of FileNet P8 4.
Video: If you are confused about multifactor, strong authentication techniques, Dennis Hoffman, vice president of enterprise solutions at RSA, explains the basics in this whiteboard video, all in less than four minutes.
In a recent conversation on IT Conversations, Doug Kaye and Jeff Barr discuss Doug's sophisticated application built on top of Amazon Web services. The model offers considerable benefits to start-ups, but requires a different approach to the architecture.
Microsoft's Patch Tuesday unloads 12 bulletins with patches for at least 20 vulnerabilities (6 critical) and it's likely there are still holes left unplugged.Ryan Naraine reports:"There are fixes for gaping holes in the Microsoft Office desktop productivity suite but it is not immediately clear if all the flaws exploited in the recent zero-day attacks are covered.
Motorola unveiled a new handset lineup--including an enterprise class Q--but it's unlikely they can pull the company out of its doldrums. For Motorola, it's quite a turnabout.
Back in 2005, The Register reported on a UK police project (the article calls it Gatso 2) whose thrust was to use cameras to identify vehicles' license plates as they go by. The information on who/when/where (WWW) would be stored for at least two years, and the system was expected to process 50 million plates per day.
The Internet is maxing out, isn't viable over the long run and is being flooded by rich applications and thousands of gadgets. If the Internet were air traffic control you wouldn't fly.
Red Hat has its share of battles: Microsoft's partnership with Novell to distribute SUSE and Oracle targeting Linux support. But four months after these alleged Red Hat killers launched they have yet to land a body blow.