It’s a common misconception that email-borne attacks come only from outside the organisations. Can your employees discern an impersonation email or email attack using a legitimate internal account? How good is your security posture? Take a look at this whitepaper how you can create more effective email security as well as a more vigilant workforce.
Nowadays, more and more IT shops are considering hosted Exchange services rather than running their mail server locally. They need to decide whether or not it is right for their company. Take a deeper look at hosted Exchange and hybrid models in this presentation transcript of the 'A Look at Hosted Exchange and Hosted Email' webcast.
sponsored by Permessa Corporation (formerly DYS Analytics, Inc.)
Usage-based cost-allocation has become increasingly popular for organizations looking to change their accounting methods for the way IT usage is charged. Learn about an effective and accurate solution to measure messaging usage.
Most orders sent by fax and e-mail end up as paper that gets pushed around the office. Those are the ones that cost the most to process and can cause costly errors. This webcast transcript explores an approach to automate fax, e-mail, EDI, web and mail orders into SAP to streamline your order processing.
Read this paper to learn the basics of unified communications deployment, unified messaging and office communications server deployment, and the features offered by these technologies.
ESG research indicates that organizations with e-mail archive implementations experience several measurable benefits, including lower storage costs as well as more efficient compliance, electronic discovery, and data protection operations. This white paper discusses the benefits of evaluating solutions to achieve the statuses mentioned above.
sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Company - Information Management
Why is the architecture of your e-mail archiving solution so important? Read this presentation transcript featuring Gary Bergo, Master Architect for Hewlett-Packard’s Information Management Group.