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Net Deva™ As a Personal Networking Layer
for the Internet

At its foundation, the Internet is designed to connect computers to computers.  The World Wide Web soon evolved to easily connect people to information.  Other Internet tools, including email, searchable directories, chat, instant messaging and groupware emerged to provide needed mechanisms for sending messages, managing shared documents, and looking up information.  While these tools can help people communicate with people they already know, they aren't very helpful for building new relationships (for example, sending someone an email message doesn't ensure getting the person's attention).  Net Deva helps Internet users manage existing relationships and build new relationships.   In addition, Net Deva will enhance information and collaboration tools by adding a fluid and secure, personal networking layer to the Internet.  

Net Deva™ will be licensed to individuals and user groups, or hosting organizations -- including Fortune 1000 corporations, consulting firms, alumni groups, affinity communities, professional associations, and non-profit organizations.   As Net Deva proliferates and as more organizations deploy it, each Net Deva hosting organization will have the opportunity to connect with the larger network of Net Deva hosts and users. This important step will ultimately create a new personal networking layer to the Internet that will allow users to network across organizational and geographic boundaries.  This same network will also enable Peer to Peer connections directly between individual users.

As Net Deva becomes the de facto standard for personal networking on the Internet, Net Deva, Inc. will continue to refine its software's functionality and user benefits.   Importantly, Net Deva, Inc. will not own or manage the growing network of users and hosts, but will provide technology and support services to it.  Once formed, the new network will be owned and governed by its member hosts and users. 

 

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