Read this paper to learn how companies face complicated buying decisions when it comes to buying messaging security, the most important being whether to go with an on-premise solution, a SaaS offering in the cloud, or both.
Attackers today are commonly using SMS messaging as a form of mobile device phishing. This expert E-Guide will walk you through the basics of SMS-based attacks and what security teams can do to mitigate the risk associated with iOS devices. Read on to learn more.
The cost of downtime can be enormous, even catastrophic. IBM and Red Hat have a single, security-rich collaboration and messaging platform that makes it simple, easy, and affordable to improve organizational productivity and
In this premier issue of Exchange Insider, you'll learn the importance of properly archiving email messages in your Exchange environment, learn how implementing SSL concepts is required for proper Exchange infrastructure management, and what the requirements are to securely migrate to Exchange Server 2007 from previous, legacy versions.
While an organization's most valuable and sensitive data and systems are usually well-protected on interior servers situated inside data centers and behind firewalls, it is on the network endpoints where external attacks begin. In this handbook, learn how to address endpoint security issues in your organization.
Enterprise file sync-and-share (EFSS) platforms have seen widespread use in recent years. EFSS services have been optimizing features to help businesses more efficiently streamline workflows. In this e-guide learn about new features one platform has added and how they can help your organization digitize processes that are often paper-based.
In this issue of Exchange Insider e-zine, get an in-depth look at some real-world Exchange 2007 migration projects, what can go wrong and how to make the most of Exchange 2007's capabilities. This issue also highlights some must-have tools for securing mobile environments in Exchange as well as tips on keeping your servers running in peak condition