The National Archives and Records Administration has come up with a way to categorize government email for retention or disposal that's based on the pedigree of the sender, not the contents of the message.
Now the Associated Press is reporting that Clinton used an iPad to check her mail.
Cyanogen, developer of an open source version of the Android operating system, is partnering with Boxer to pre-load the Boxer email app on the next version of its OS.
Despite all the reports of email mismanagement making the news with alarming regularity recently, email is here to stay for the foreseeable future.
The U.S. Department of Justice unsealed last week indictments of two Vietnamese men – Viet Quoc Nguyen and Giang Hoang Vu – for their role in what DoJ terms the largest data breach of names and email addresses in Internet history.
Access to corporate data is a key for workers to get their jobs done. But it also can be the Achilles heel for companies with BYOD programs.
Enterprise software giant Oracle needed a mobile messaging product that could connect its 120,000 employee strong workforce in 160 countries. It turned to Syniverse for help.
Amazon Web Services is continuing to target enterprise users, this time with a new email and calendar service. It'll have a tough time competing with the likes of Microsoft and Google, companies that are much more established.
Depending on who you listen to, email is a pox on the entire records management ecosystem or simply an inevitable consequence of the modern workplace. From discovery to storage to info governance, email poses challenges to even the strongest records management policies--which is unfortunate since it's widespread use isn't likely to change anytime soon.
The top news stories for Jan. 6, 2015.