Kenamea’s “Application Network”:

“What people find interesting about Kenamea, says Pasker, makes for “a Rorschach test as to where they are feeling pain.” Sometimes the pain reliever is the ability to log in just once to the desktop component. Sometimes it’s encryption, which Kenamea does always and automatically, keying each user individually. Sometimes it’s the ability to run apps offline, which is supported by automatic message queueing and the local datastore. Sometimes it’s access control, which Kenamea abstracts from applications and centralizes in the message switch. Sometimes it’s scalability, which Kenamea addresses by multiplexing network connections. Sometimes it’s just the ability to have more responsive and interactive web-style applications, which react and refresh in real time.”

[ via scripting news ]

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