Email And Groupware Software

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Email And Groupware Software Articles
    • Postini Introduces New Email Content Policy Management Features
      Postini, a global leader in on-demand communications security and compliance solutions today announced new content policy management capabilities to its Email Security service, including protection for social security and credit card numbers. At no additional cost, Postini customers now gain greater flexibility and control to manage their communications compliance and security policies.

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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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    • Requests for Missing White House Emails Denied
      A federal judge in Washington, D.C. recently denied requests for government information relating to missing White House emails. The judge made the ruling on the basis that the Office of Administration (OA) does not constitute an "agency" within the ambit of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). How did this happen?

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    • Premiere Global Services and Adobe Sign Reseller Agreement
      Premiere Global Services, Inc. (NYSE: PGI), a global outsource provider of business process solutions, today announced a new North American reseller agreement with Adobe Systems Incorporated that integrates Premiere Global's industry leading audio conferencing services with the Web conferencing capabilities of Macromedia Breeze from Adobe.

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    • Does the Indictment of the Alleged Palin Email Hacker Hold Water?
      An indictment by a federal grand jury was issued in Knoxville, Tennessee with respect to the alleged hacking of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's Yahoo email account. The defendant, David Kernell, the son of Tennessee Representative Mike Kernell, has pleaded not guilty. If convicted, David Kernell could be sentenced to up to five years in prison, along with a hefty fine and years of supervised release.

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    • Symantec Addresses Emerging Threats and IT Risks with Support for Windows Vista
      Symantec Corp. (Nasdaq: SYMC) today announced the availability of industry-leading security, backup, and availability solutions for Windows Vista that will help protect businesses from the emerging threats and IT risks. Combined with a more secure Windows platform, Symantec's solutions enable companies to deploy Windows Vista with the complete confidence that their systems and information will be protected and available, no matter what.

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    • Attacking Software Piracy Overseas
      Software piracy certainly is not unheard of in the United States. Indeed, industry groups, such as the Business Software Alliance (BSA), have brought actions against and have negotiated settlements with a variety of companies that have been alleged to have used pirated software. While audits do not always reveal true instances of piracy (sometimes there is smoke but not fire), other times they do.

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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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    • Industry Testing of Windows Vista Release Candidate 1 Begins
      Following the release Friday of Microsoft Windows Vista Release Candidate 1 (RC1), Microsoft Corp. announced plans to make RC1 available for broad customer and partner testing. With this milestone, Microsoft is also communicating the U.S. estimated retail pricing* for all Windows Vista editions. The announcements signal a major step for the technology industry toward the final availability of Windows Vista, currently targeted for volume license customers in November 2006 and general availability in January 2007.

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