I just love this video clip prepared by our security marketing guys 🙂
HP has been in the process of buying Autonomy an organisation that specializes in surfacing patterns in unstructured information and how it is used. Note, that I don’t say “organising”. What Autonomy does is different.
Did you know that most PCs and servers being shipped today have a TPM?
But what does TPM mean in simple terms. Well it’s easy. TPM uses OpenID for single sign-on and a trusted chip, that has a trust relationship with a service, application or another hardware device (in the cloud for example). The user authenticates to the machine and the OpenID service provides single sign-on to trusted services. Authentication is provided at the hardware level. Listen on the following link…
A simplistic description of what TPM does from the Trusted Computing Group.
Not a really quality video, but the content is an interesting insight into the challenges of developing TPM.