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greynet

Network-based applications that are downloaded and deployed by users without sanction from the IT department. Instant messaging, video calls and peer-to-peer file sharing are examples of greynet applications.
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In his forward to the program book for this year's conference, GreyNet International's Dominic Farace acknowledges that the definition of grey literature remains somewhat nebulous.
The Grey Literature Network Service (GreyNet) defines grey literature as "a field in library and Information science that deals with the production, distribution, and access to multiple document types produced on all levels of government, academics, business, and organization in electronic and print formats not controlled by commercial publishing i.e.
The GreyNet database and Google Scholar were originally listed but finally excluded from the search.
The use of greynet applications such as instant messaging is widespread.
GreyNet (1999) defines grey literature as "that which is produced on all levels of government, academics, business, and industry in print and electronic formats, but which is not controlled by commercial publications".
According to the results of the "Greynets Research Study" 78% of end users now use one or more Greynet applications and based on stated intentions this number will rise to 93% in the next 6 months.
The site references over 800 greynets in categories including gaming software, IPTV, Instant Messaging, P2P, multimedia, VoIP, social networking, Web Conferencing, web-based e-mail and remote administration tools.
With FaceTime, enterprises gain a tool for securing, managing and monitoring public IM and enterprise IM such as Microsoft Live Communications Server and IBM Lotus Sametime, as well as protecting against other "greynets" that can potentially open the door to hackers and "malware." Open Text says that capability, integrated with Livelink ECM, allows customers to selectively retain, archive and destroy IM conversations to meet compliance and e-discovery requirements.
With FaceTime, enterprises gain a powerful tool for securing, managing and monitoring public IM and enterprise IM such as Microsoft Live Communications Server (LCS) and IBM Lotus Sametime, as well as protecting against other greynets that can potentially open the door to hackers and malware.
FaceTime provides enterprises with a tool for securing, managing and monitoring public IM and enterprise IM such as Microsoft Live Communications Server (LCS) and IBM Lotus Sametime, as well as protecting against other 'greynets' that could open routes to hackers and malware.