Google on Tuesday released the beta version of its latest desktop search application, Google Desktop 3 for Enterprise, which the company recommends for corporations worried about security risks. The enterprise version has all the functionality of the consumer version, which was released last week. But it allows network administrators to completely disable features, such as Search Across Computer. That feature, disabled by default, automatically stores copies of data on multiple computers.Because the data travels through Google servers and is stored there for up to a month, privacy groups, like the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and network administrators have complained that it could lead to the compromise of sensitive data. for more click here.