According to IT professionals, email is here to stay in the enterprise … at least for the next few years.
Attackers are using the ShellShock vulnerability to target the simple mail transfer protocol used in email to create botnets, warns security firm Binary Defense Systems.
Spearphishing campaigns are happening more frequently and lasting longer, according to security firm Symantec.
Mobile conferencing is on the rise, but not everyone is doing work when they listen in on a conference call using their mobile phone.
According a presidential directive issued in 2012, all federal agencies must manage permanent and temporary email in an electronically accessible format by 2016. Tod Newcombe, Senior Editor of Governing, says the mandate is great in theory but until the government steps out of the Stone Age, the policy is next to meaningless.
As more products and services come online to thwart NSA snooping, commercial big data users will also suffer from being cut off from data. Whether such is a good thing or a bad thing is subject to your own perspective.
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How much is email costing your company? This infographic lays it out.
LinkedIn drops Intro email service after privacy concerns scare users away.
IBM hopes to change email with a new product.