- August 01, 2006
Tutorial: A primer on DNS and MX records, part 3: How to create an MX record
- July 31, 2006
There's really no one technology answer for regulatory compliance. Companies need a variety of tools to effectively meet the requirements of regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley.
- July 28, 2006
Vendors say as many as one in four spam messages are now image-based, as attackers more commonly use hard-to-detect .jpg and .gif image files to bypass spam filters.
- July 26, 2006
Mobile managers face a tough choice when weighing which mobile platform or operating system to deploy. We've assembled a team of experts and asked them to weigh the good and bad of each mobile platform to help you choose the one that's right for ...
- July 24, 2006
After phasing out some appliances and watching EMC reel in RSA, some say Symantec is strategically adrift. To correct its course, experts say it must satisfy the demand for better product integration.
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Sponsored by SAS Institute Inc. - You want to get started with a big data project at your company, but you're unfamiliar with Hadoop and you're unsure your project will deliver value. Relax. Many organizations are struggling to implement Hadoop for a variety of reasons. In "The Current State of Hadoop in the Enterprise," by the International Institute for Analytics and sponsored by SAS, you'll find a handy list of five steps to maximize the value of a Hadoop big data project for your organization. See More
- July 20, 2006
Microsoft has big plans for SharePoint, touting it as the key component in its future vision of collaboration and information-sharing technology on the Windows and Exchange platforms. In this column, I explain what SharePoint is all about and ...
- July 17, 2006
Results of a recent Symantec survey suggest that nearly three out of every five organizations have not secured their instant messaging applications.
- July 14, 2006
A must read for programmers and administrators responsible for system security, this collection of 10 tips from Phishing Exposed, by Lance James, will teach you how to prepare for and defend against phishers and spammers. You'll learn tricks ...
- July 07, 2006
In part one of a two-part series focused on Exchange Server and storage, users say migrating Exchange Server stores to the SAN is helping the popular email application evolve.
- June 19, 2006
A Texas school district connected its email system to archiving software and DVD jukeboxes, avoiding a cost and management hassle.
- June 14, 2006
SMS -- yes, what your kids call text messaging -- is widely used in the enterprise. But can SMS surpass mobile email?
- June 14, 2006
- June 09, 2006
According to a new survey, fear of data leaks has caused many large companies to hire staff specifically to read and analyze outbound employee email.
- June 05, 2006
Is it a growing trend that several companies have recently announced they are ditching their BlackBerrys and picking up different devices using GoodLink for mobile email?
- June 04, 2006
The good news: Exchange Server 2007 is on track to ship either late this year or early next year. The bad news: If you want unified messaging, it's going to cost you more.