Hi Tracy,I work for the government. The Web Brain service would never be allowed on our network unless it was resident on our own servers and operated exclusively on an Intranet. It is amazing how hard it is for me to get PB(pro) on my work machine. Here is a bit of trivia I just learned. The basic version of PB can not be installed on a government IT asset because it is available as freeware. Apparently this opens up some legal liability issues and the easiest was to solve the issue is to say no to the software requests. If it were available as a Limited Edition version at any nominal cost, then it could be installed. I just read up more about TeamBrain. The same IT rules would apply. It has to reside entirely and operate independant of any outside network. Unless it is available to operate as an independant intranet server (at a nominal cost) it will not be allowed on internal IT assets. In fact, the ability for PB to access your server may hinder it's ability to pass internal IT security controls. If PB "phones home" or attempts any automatic outside network access, it will be shut out, shut down, and removed.
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