Presentation on theme: "It’s not a device, it’s me! Klaas Wierenga SURFnet bv Lisbon, May 24th, 2000."— Presentation transcript:
It’s not a device, it’s me! Klaas Wierenga Klaas.Wierenga@SURFnet.nl SURFnet bv Lisbon, May 24th, 2000
2 People want to…. Get access to their company network whenever, whereever & however Talk to their colleagues, friends, family Meet new people with similar interests Therefore, we need a virtual representation of a physical identity (where am I, where is she, who else is here?), ultimately we may just want to communicate with such a virtual presence ‘Populating the web’ and building communities
8 But there is much more… Tunnel software –Altavista tunnel, F-secure VPN+, PGPnet, IPsec Annotation services –Blogger E-mail USENET News Bulletin boards SMS!
9 But how about standards? IMPP CC/PP MobileIP CellularIP VRML LDAP SIP WebDAV IPsec …
10 Testcommunities Web-centric –EduSite portal for teachers in higher education –SKiN information for network managers in the SURFnet constituency IM-centric –GigaPort GPRS-pilot user group
11 Conclusion There is a definite need for a sense of presence and awareness on the Internet as the popularity of the examples show, if we really want to put this forward however we need a standards based approach