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Home | Vuuch Enterprise Social System Socialtext | Social Networking with Enterprise 2.0 Collaboration My Cloud Anywhere Monica Lam Professor Computer Science Department Stanford University New Presentation How Mobile Disrupts Social As We Know It [video|podcast] Monica S. Research Interests Mobile computing. Decentralized social networks. Programming and computing systems. Current Research Projects Mobile and social computing, a part of the Programmable Open Mobile Internet (POMI) 2020 project. Previous Research Projects Improving Program Robustness via Static Analysis and Dynamic Instrumentation. The Collective: an Appliance-Based Computing Architecture. The SUIF Compiler System Biography Monica Lam is a Professor in the Computer Science Department at Stanford University since 1988. She is a co-author of the book Compilers, Principles, Techniques, and Tools (2nd Edition), also known as the Dragon book. Monica is an ACM Fellow. In the area of mobile and social computing, her group developed Musubi, a message-based mobile social network that delivers both an attractive user experience as well as distributed data ownership.

Calais 4.0 has arrived! On the one year anniversary of our debut, we are extremely pleased to announce the debut of Calais 4.0. With more than 9,000 of you processing 1+million documents per day, it was time to take Calais to the next level. Effective today, Calais 4.0 goes beyond metatagging to help you automatically integrate your content with Linked Data assets from Wikipedia, DBpedia, GeoNames, the Internet Movie Database (IMDB), Shopping.com and more. It also introduces a global metadata transport layer that makes it easy for you to share rich semantic metadata with such content consumers as search engines, news aggregators, 'related stories' recommendation services, etc. to reach downstream readers. Calais 4.0 in practice: With Calais 4.0, each document - and every significant semantic element within that document - is assigned a unique identifier (a 'uniform resource identifier or URI). To see Calais 4.0 in action, use the Calais Viewer Technology Preview tool. How to get started:

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Deploying Metro style apps to businesses - Windows Store for developers In previous posts, we’ve walked through making your apps available directly to customers using the Windows Store. In this post, Arik Cohen, Lead Program Manager for our Commerce and Licensing team, describes how to build, deploy and manage Metro style apps for business customers. --Antoine As customers continue developing great Metro style apps that increase employee productivity, we want to take a few minutes to discuss how businesses can best deploy and manage Metro style apps. When it comes to building a Metro style app for business users, the first thing you should consider—whether you are a developer or an IT admin—is how you'll deploy the app. Business targeted apps in the Windows Store If you want to target the broadest set of customers, we recommend you list apps in the Store (presumably in the Business category). If you want to enforce a volume licensing model based on user counts for business sales, you can use a signed receipt from the Windows Store. The PC is domain joined.

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