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DEFINITION: A forensic watermark, also called a digital watermark, is a sequence of characters or code embedded in a digital document, image, video or computer program to uniquely identify its originator and authorized user. Forensic watermarks can be repeated at random locations within the content to make them difficult to detect and remove.The main purpose of forensic watermarking is to protect the interests  … 
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Next Generation Datacentres: The Cloud
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ANALYST REPORT: Analysts Clive Longbottom and Bob Tarzey reveal the latest research on the deployment of cloud in the datacentre.
Posted: 14 Sep 2012 | Published: 05 Apr 2012

ComputerWeekly.com

UK steps towards “Digital Britain” with the introduction of the Digital Economy Act 2010
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WHITE PAPER: In this article, we describe how some key Digital Britain proposals have been implemented in the Digital Economy Act 2010.
Posted: 25 Oct 2011 | Published: 02 Jun 2010

ComputerWeekly.com

Broadcast Delivery of Multimedia Content to Mobile Users
sponsored by QUALCOMM Incorporated
WHITE PAPER: Discover how a broadcast delivery can help you overcome the issues with the currently used HTTP delivery method. Avoid bottlenecks and improve user-experience, all in a cost-effective manner.
Posted: 27 Feb 2012 | Published: 24 Feb 2012

QUALCOMM Incorporated

LimelightSTREAM: Fast, reliable, and scalable delivery of rich media streams
sponsored by Limelight Networks, Inc.
PRODUCT LITERATURE: Check out this brief paper to learn more about LimelightSTREAM, a high performance content delivery network that enables you to make your rich media available to every user on demand.
Posted: 06 Mar 2009 | Published: 06 Mar 2009

Limelight Networks, Inc.

Exchange Insider E-Zine: Volume 8
sponsored by Symantec Corporation
EZINE: In this issue of Exchange Insider, we'll cover topics on how to prep for the BlackBerry Enterprise Server for Exchange 2010 SP1, find out if the Exchange 2010 Storage revamp is for the better, and look at the information rights management protection in Exchange 2010.
Posted: 15 Sep 2011 | Published: 15 Sep 2011

Symantec Corporation

New Technology, New Rules: Current Trends in e-Discovery
sponsored by EMC Corporation
WHITE PAPER: There is an ongoing effort to refine organizations' means of complying with their discovery responsibilities. Learn about the latest trends in e-discovery - from the risks and benefits of Digital Rights Management to proposed federal rule changes.
Posted: 04 May 2006 | Published: 01 Apr 2005

EMC Corporation

European IT Law Briefing: Monitoring employees' use of social media
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ESSENTIAL GUIDE: Leading European law firms explain the key legal requirements for companies monitoring employees' social media use in France, Germany, UK and Italy.
Posted: 20 May 2013 | Published: 20 May 2013

ComputerWeekly.com

Tactics to combat insider threat
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ESSENTIAL GUIDE: This article in our Royal Holloway Security Series argues that the threat to an organisation’s data security from within its workforce requires a considered and objective approach.
Posted: 22 Jul 2014 | Published: 22 Jul 2014

ComputerWeekly.com

Solitarie Interglobal: Tracked, Hacked and Attacked
sponsored by IBM.
WHITE PAPER: Access this resource for a deep dive analysis of the business differentiators among x86, UNIX, and System z virtualization technologies to help you determine the right path for your data center.
Posted: 21 May 2013 | Published: 22 May 2012

IBM.

The Trouble Heading for Your Business 2013
sponsored by Trend Micro
WHITE PAPER: This resource details the current state of targeted attacks and explores why putting an effective defensive strategy in place is so critical. View now to uncover the effects of these potentially disastrous attacks and what you can do to stay protected.
Posted: 16 Apr 2013 | Published: 28 Feb 2013

Trend Micro
 
 
DRM DEFINITION (continued): …  of content creators against illegal use and distribution of copyrighted digital works. While forensic watermarks cannot prevent such activity altogether, they can make it easier for copyright holders to detect it and to identify people who engage in it. A forensic watermark can alert honest users when they have received illegitimate documents or programs.The main limitation of forensic watermarking technology is the occasional occurrence of false positives, in which legal copies of a document, image, video or program are tagged as unauthorized. This can happen when a used computer is traded and … 
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