Email And Groupware Software

This is FindLaw's Legal Technology Center's collection of Email and Groupware Software articles. Managing email and groupware may be an important aspect for law firms that require secure email communications for sensitive client and case communications. Free information, white papers, case studies and press releases on email and groupware software solutions and more are provided here.
Email And Groupware Software Articles
    • RIM Introduces the BlackBerry Pearl
      Determined to develop one of the smallest and lightest smartphones in the world while staying true to the iconic BlackBerry user experience, Research In Motion (RIM) (Nasdaq: RIMM: TSX: RIM) today announced its latest innovation in mobile handsets - the small, smart and stylish BlackBerry Pearl.

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    • Google Announces Google Docs & Spreadsheets
      Ever found yourself trading email attachments with several colleagues, trying to collaborate on a document, only to have someone chime in at the last moment with corrections to an outdated version?

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    • Doing Windows the Right Way
      Dear Microsoft : I know you're working on Windows 4.0 and, since it's been three years since the last Windows upgrade, it's about time. Being a Macophile, I hesitate to give you helpful tips. And, with all those employees and money, you surely cannot need me for that. Then, I look at Windows 1.0 and I think you might. So, here's a free list.

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    • Automaton Nation
      Do you ever feel like a robot - responding on mindless autopilot to a constant and wide array of wired and wireless stimuli?

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    • Commercial Email: Getting It Right
      Once upon a time, the word "spam" conjured up notions of processed meat in a can. Of course, with the advent of the Internet, spam has taken on a completely different meaning - namely, unsolicited commercial email.

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    • Is Identity Fraud Decreasing?
      It seems that we constantly are hearing horror stories about the perils of rampant identity fraud. A recent survey report seeks to set the record straight, however, with findings that identity fraud in the United States is actually dropping.

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    • Dell, Symantec Go on Offense Against Out-of-Control Email
      Dell and Symantec have joined forces to deliver a one-two punch to out-of-control email. As businesses grapple with securing and managing their IT infrastructures, the companies today announced Secure Exchange, an end-to-end offering that takes time and complexity out of deploying a secure, reliable Microsoft Exchange environment with extensive archiving capabilities.

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    • Cingular, Samsung Have Ace in Hand With Launch of New Blackjack Smart Device
      Cingular Wireless, Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung) and Microsoft Corp. today unveiled the BlackJack, a robust, slim smart device packed with the power and functionality desired by business customers and consumers alike. With the BlackJack customers can get rich entertainment features, powerful business applications, and the familiar look and feel of Windows Mobile 5.0, turbo-charged by Cingular's 3G-enabled BroadbandConnect service on the sleekest design on the market.

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    • JuicyCampus.com Under Investigation
      JuicyCampus.com is an Internet site that allows the anonymous posting of gossip about college students who at times are specifically identified by first and last names, as well as by dormitory. This site has attracted not only the attention of interested college students, but also the attention of law enforcement authorities.

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    • Research Study Outlines U.S. Economic Impact of Windows Vista
      A research study released today by International Data Corporation (IDC) and commissioned by Microsoft Corp. shows that the Windows Vista operating system will drive significant economic growth in the United States in its first year of shipment. The study's findings indicate that Windows Vista will provide a foundation for the information technology market moving forward, creating more than 100,000 new jobs and driving $70 billion or more in revenues for Microsoft's partners and the industry at large.

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