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InstantMessagingPlanet: Deviant Dares to Be Different

Jan 12, 2004, 22:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Year-old startup Deviant Technologies wants to make a name for itself in the Linux-based enterprise appliances market. Thus far, it's executing commendably on that goal, despite its having selected the white-hot--but extremely crowded--corporate IM space for its initial foray.

"True to its name, Guilford, Conn.-based Deviant's business-grade instant messaging server offering is aimed at providing a feature set rarely seen in the IM space.

"Dubbed InterIM, its appliance is designed to provide a simple, secure and affordable system for provisioning employees with internal IM communications. At the same time, it also serves as a managed gateway to public IM networks, offering administrative oversight and compliance tools for workers' use of those systems as well..."

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