PresenterNet Announces Online Showrooms|
PresenterNet today announced a new "Showrooms" application that enhances the company's web conferencing product. Showrooms are online "areas" where companies can display their current PowerPoint or other interactive presentations to invited guests or even to casual visitors.
Companies can use pre-selected presentations at their PresenterNet Web addresses or create linkages to material on their own web sites. In any case, guests can independently move through the presentation, and can even enter onscreen responses to selected interactive slides. The resulting responses are captured in a database for further processing.
A presentation in a PresenterNet online library may be simultaneously displayed and narrated in online meetings by multiple presenters, which means that several sales people can make the same presentation at the same time. Because multiple audiences are accessing a single presentation copy, PresenterNet's Media Asset Management system keeps update complexity to a minimum.
For more information, visit www.presenternet.com.
Stoned On E-mail |
Using e-mail and other messaging technologies excessively can lower your IQ as much as if you smoked some weed, according to recent research sponsored by Hewlett-Packard.
Phishers Turn To Devious DNS Tricks
While traditional phishing attacks may be growing slower than ever, more devious identity thievery tactics are starting to crop up, said the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) Wednesday.
RIM's Blackberry Topples PalmOne In Handheld Market
Driven by its success in the enterprise, Blackberry maker Research In Motion Ltd. toppled PalmOne Inc. from the No. 1 slot in the first quarter in the handheld-computer market, a position the latter company has held for a half dozen years, a market research firm said.
IAC/InterActive Corp. Reports Earnings Surge
E-commerce conglomerate IAC/InterActive Corp. on Wednesday reported an 80 percent surge in earnings in the first quarter, as revenues rose by 14 percent.
Time Warner Earnings Flat; AOL Subscriber Revenues Slide
Time Warner Inc. on Wednesday reported flat earnings in the first quarter, as revenues in its America Online Inc. division dipped from a continued slide in subscription revenues.
Sirius To Air Podcasts On Digital Radio
Sirius Satellite Radio has signed former MTV video jockey Adam Curry to produce a radio program of podcasts, becoming the second radio network to develop programming around the mostly amateur-produced Internet shows.
Intermec Simplifies RFID Patent Licensing
Intermec Technologies Inc. reported Wednesday it has agreed to simplify licensing agreements for its more than 145 radio-frequency identification patents in an effort to spur RFID adoption.
AOL Brings Blog Tool To AIM Users
America Online today announced that AOL Journals is now available for AIM users. The product is the company's free blogging tool that now enables users to set up public or private online blogs at the AIM.com site.
Sober Hasn't Slowed, Still Accounts For 4 of 5 Worms And Viruses
Sober.p, the worm that stormed the Internet Monday, showed no signs of fading away as of Thursday morning, an anti-virus vendor said.
April Brings Spam And Virus Deluge
This year, April showers brought spam. E-mail security vendor FrontBridge Technologies Inc. today said spam and virus totals for the month of April peaked at 94% of total inbound E-mail and averaged 86%. The company also noted an increase in viruses carried by E-mail. It claims to have blocked 45 million instances of the Sober.S worm in a single day.