If you need a laugh, check out some of the clever, hilarious April Fools' Day spoofs companies let loose today. Unfortunately for Google, the Gmail prank it created is not one of them.
Google has added new features to its data loss prevention solution in Gmail for Work. The new features will allow users to make sure that scanned documents comply with company security rules.
Microsoft announced that its new version of Outlook.com, in preview with a limited pool of users since last May, will start rolling out worldwide immediately.
Gmail will now alert users to unsecured or unauthenticated email messages as part of a bid to ratchet up the security of the popular email service.
Gartner looked at records for 40,000 public companies and found that only 13 percent use cloud email.
A couple years after Microsoft did the same with Office 365, Google announced a new Gmail feature aimed at helping businesses ensure that sensitive information stays within the corporate network.
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.
Google is rolling out Smart Reply, a new capability in its Inbox app that determines if an email can be easily answered with a short, standard reply. The feature uses machine learning to comprehend incoming emails and generate responses.
Google is adding a feature to Gmail that automatically adds events to Calendar based on travel information in emails, Google announced on Tuesday.
Security researchers from Elastica released findings Monday about a new Google Drive-based phishing campaign in which attackers have deployed phishing web pages on Google Drive and are sending phishing Gmails to targets.