Can I use push technology with Silverlight?

In .NET 3.5, I have an asp.net webform app and a winform app.  With the winform app, you can see the user's information entered from the webform app.  I'd like these two apps to communicate with each other.  So that if the winform admin enters information in, the user can see this on the website and vice versa.  This isn't possible using asp.net.   Does Silverlight offer an advantage so that it can receive notifications?

This setup isn't a chatroom but is an immediate refresh once there is a submission to the database from either app.  What is a general architecture for this type of real-time communication?
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