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Wrangling email: Throttle, others aim to help you achieve inbox zero

There are clear benefits to an efficient inbox. Luckily for me and fellow subscribe-button abusers, there are a few services and apps – as well as a few best practices-- that can make even the worst unread offender an email power user.

Spotlight: Google warns the email you think you encrypted might not end up that way

Google said in a recent research paper that some emails users think they are sending securely and encrypted can end up downgraded to plaintext through no fault of their own.

Spotlight: Slack co-founder calls email the 'cockroach' of the Internet that just won't die

Slack has often been called the email killer. But, as the startup's co-founder Stewart Butterfield puts it, that will be a slow and painful death

Microsoft updates Outlook mobile app with Sunrise, UI design elements

The Outlook team announced on its blog this week a redesign for its mobile application, which includes integrating the Sunrise calendar app within the email client.

Firms balk at mobilizing core business processes

Only 17 percent of companies surveyed by VMware have pulled the trigger and mobilized at least one of their core business processes, according to VMware's Business Mobility Report released on Tuesday.

Spotlight: Good Technology launches Good Work app for Apple Watch

Enterprise mobility management firm Good Technology launched on Monday a version of its Good Work secure enterprise email and collaboration app for the Apple Watch.

Microsoft ships ATP security product to protect corporate emails from zero-day threats

Microsoft's Exchange Online Advanced Threat Protection product for protecting corporate email is now available to Office 365 commercial and multi-tenant government customers.

Spotlight: NARA formulates government email-management plan

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. 

Spotlight: Clinton's 'single device' claim doesn't hold up

Now the Associated Press is reporting that Clinton used an iPad to check her mail.

Cyanogen partners with Boxer on enterprise-friendly mobile email app

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.