Tags : e-Mail


Sophos-At-Bristol


[April 16, 2010] The challenges being faced by At-Bristol were similar to other facilities that contain public computers. While certain Web sites are blocked, At-Bristol’s computer users are essentially free to search for any information they wish. Computers were routinely becoming infected with viruses, spyware, and other malware as a result. Read More...

Tags: security , search , vertical , malware , e-Mail

ViewSonic-Riverside Medical Clinic


[March 16, 2010] The challenge Riverside was facing was that they wanted to develop a new method for physicians to write prescriptions. Specifically, they wanted a device that would allow doctors to write electronic prescriptions right in the exam room, and then print those prescriptions or send them by e-mail or fax to the patient and/or the pharmacy. Read More...

Tags: search , services , wireless , e-Mail , HIPPA

Astaro-eEye Digital Security


[March 16, 2010] The main difficulty faced by eEye employees before the Astaro solution was implemented was spam. Too many of these e-mails were getting through to employees, which was both reducing productivity and causing a shortage of storage space on exchange servers. Spam messages in the form of phishing attacks were increasing the amount of spyware and malware on the network. Read More...

Tags: security , vertical , malware , e-Mail , Storage

PGP-St. Helens Council


[February 20, 2010] St. Helens Council is a government agency that employs 8,500 individuals. Serving about 179,000 residents of a large town in northwest England. Working with PGP Gold Partner Intellect Security, the Adult Social Care and Health department decided to deploy PGP Universal Gateway E-mail to secure their sensitive data. Deployment was completed both on time and within budget. Read More...

Tags: security , services , vertical , international , e-Mail

PGP-Software AG


[February 20, 2010] Thousands of individuals throughout the world use Software AG technology on mission-critical systems, so protecting confidential customer data is obviously essential. Software AG wanted to find an information security solution to protect private information stored on laptops and contained in e-mails. Read More...

Tags: security , server , vertical , international , e-Mail

PGP-BRAL


[February 20, 2010] Based in London, BRAL Limited is part of an independent firm of chartered accountants known as the Blick Rothenberg group. Clients throughout the world trust BRAL to handle their financial administration, management accounting, payroll, and other business-related tasks. The challenge BRAL was facing was that they needed to upgrade their e-mail system. Because customers send sensitive financial and payroll information to BRAL through e-mail, they felt an encryption service was essential. Some clients even stated they would not do business with BRAL unless they had an effective encryption solution in place. Read More...

Tags: security , Microsoft , vertical , international , e-Mail

Marshal8e6-Essendon Football Club


[February 20, 2010] Because of increased technology usage and a higher number of system users, the football club’s bandwidth speeds were noticeably slower by 2009. Uploading 30-MB files to the Internet was taking as long as 40 minutes. Spam was also a growing problem. In response to these issues, the Essendon Football Club began their search for an e-mail security solution that would block spam before it reached users’ desktops. They also needed a Web security solution to address excessive bandwidth consumption, block access to harmful Web sites, and help the club enforce its acceptable use policy. Read More...

Tags: security , search , vertical , policy , e-Mail

F5 Networks-American Internet Services


[February 15, 2010] The challenge AIS was facing was that they were receiving a substantial number of complaints from customers about slow e-mail delivery and spam messages. The company needed to find a solution that would speed up e-mail delivery and reduce the volume of spam that reached customer and employee in-boxes. Read More...

Tags: services , company , network , e-Mail , F5

VMware To Buy Yahoo's Zimbra


[January 13, 2010] Virtualization vendor looks to extend cloud portfolio with e-mail and collaboration services. Read More...

Tags: virtualization , Yahoo , VMware , e-Mail , Zimbra

Meru Networks-Royal Orthopaedic Hospital


[November 28, 2009] Birmingham’s Royal Orthopaedic Hospital has the distinction of being the largest unit of its kind in all of Europe. The hospital is committed to using technology in any way possible to enhance patient care. In 2008, they switched to Tiara, a new hospital IT system. Electronic patient records containing patient history and up-to-date information about assessments and interventions are an important part of this system. Read More...

Tags: vertical , wireless , IT , international , e-Mail

Marshal8e6-The Container Store


[October 12, 2009] The Container Store makes it easier for people to get and stay organized. Like most companies that rely on the Internet to help conduct operations, The Container Store wanted to find a way to minimize and block spam. Management worried that employee productivity and network resources could be affected if this issue wasn’t properly addressed. Viruses and other computer attacks were also a concern. The retailer’s IT department was asked to find a solution that would minimize the impact of these attacks. Read More...

Tags: Microsoft , vertical , virus , e-Mail , Storage

Trend Micro-Lakeridge Health


[September 30, 2009] Lakeridge Health relies on critical IT infrastructure spanning its 25 hospitals, clinics, and administrative sites to support its operations. Unfortunately, the organization began experiencing an escalation in Web threats, including Web-based phishing, data-stealing malware, and spam e-mails containing links to these threats. As these Web threats increased, so did the number of complaints about spyware and other infections. As a result, Lakeridge Health began searching for effective security solutions. Read More...

Tags: services , Microsoft , vertical , CA , e-Mail

TriActive-Chateau Retirement Communities


[September 30, 2009] Serving the Puget Sound region of Washington for over 20 years, Chateau Retirement Communities prides itself on providing individuals with superior services and amenities. Chateau Retirement Communities consists of several locations, and each site has its own infrastructure, hardware, and software. There are over 100 users on staff, but just one IT professional. The IT challenges confronting Chateau were numerous. Because there was no central help desk, complaints were communicated through voicemail, e-mail, walk-ups, and instant messaging. Read More...

Tags: services , Microsoft , vertical , e-Mail , instant messaging

Voltage Security-Integro Insurance Brokers


[August 28, 2009] Integro is an insurance brokerage and risk management firm that specializes in providing complex risk management solutions. Before the company opened its doors in 2005, they had to plan their IT strategy and architecture. For Integro, one of the highest priorities was to have an e-mail system that would allow for secure communication between clients, partners, and internal staff. Read More...

Tags: services , Microsoft , vertical , privacy , e-Mail

Microsoft - Precision Results Manufacturing


[March 13, 2009] Precision Results Manufacturing is a tube and sheet metal fabricator based in North Dakota. The company needed to link computers together through a central server to eliminate shutdowns that could potentially stop workflow. Read More...

Tags: Windows , services , Microsoft , Intel , e-Mail

Microsoft - Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee


[February 19, 2009] The Arizona Super Bowl host committee, a nonprofit group that worked with the NFL during Super Bowl week, marketed and promoted the giant sports event. The committee needed to improve its IT infrastructure’s remote access capability and improve the existing e-mail solution they had in plac Read More...

Tags: Windows , Microsoft , Dell , e-Mail , Storage

PGP


[February 18, 2009] The three-tier PGP Global Partner Program offers a range of benefits including e-mail access to a shared PGP partner relationship manager, a sales specialist certification program, e-mail technical support, lead generation programs and marketing collateral. Read More...

Tags: services , marketing , e-Mail , encryption

Microsoft - Womble Carlyle


[February 17, 2009] Womble Carlyle, a law firm based in North Carolina, needed to provide its employees who work out of disparate offices and client sites a better way of communicating, while at the same time improving the phone and voicemail systems. Read More...

Tags: Microsoft , server , unified communications , voice , e-Mail

Open-Xchange


[February 16, 2009] Program benefits include free enrollment, product information and training, presentations and co-branded brochures, lead distribution, pre-sales support, joint marketing and sales activities and more. Read More...

Tags: open source , Microsoft , collaboration , marketing , e-Mail

Symantec's MessageLabs Buy Aims for the Clouds


[October 08, 2008] The U.S. vendor shells out for e-mail filtering-as-a-service to enhance and round out its existing offerings with a potentially lucrative addition. Read More...

Tags: security , SaaS , Symantec , e-Mail , MessageLabs

U.S. IT Security Better Than Rest of the World?


[September 30, 2008] The Palin e-mail hack is helping to raise awareness but in general, Cisco sponsored study shows wide global disparity in security. Read More...

Tags: security , Cisco , e-Mail , data loss

Social Networking: What Are 'Friends' For?


[September 03, 2008] Consider dropping your resistance to "open" social networking and embrace it with a vengeance. It's the best thing to happen to our species since language. Read More...

Tags: Facebook , social networking , LinkedIn , MySpace , e-Mail

Fake FedEx E-mails Flood the Web


[August 22, 2008] Spammers rev up to unprecedented volumes. Read More...

Tags: security , malware , botnet , e-Mail

Begging to be Spammed


[April 25, 2008] As part of a month-long experiment, McAfee challenged 50 volunteers to generate as much spam as they could. To no one's surprise, it's easy going. Read More...

Tags: security , spam , privacy , McAfee , e-Mail

Salesforce Guns For Microsoft With Google's Help


[April 15, 2008] Company argues it has a stronger story to tell by integrating Google's productivity apps with its customer relationship management software. Read More...

Tags: Google , Microsoft , SaaS , Salesforce.com , e-Mail

Google's New Pricing Approach For Cloud Storage


[April 14, 2008] Most online e-mail archive providers charge by the byte, Google goes subscription. Read More...

Tags: Google , backup , e-Mail , archiving

A Mobile Companion Built for The Channel


[April 11, 2008] Celio's Redfly Aims To Create A Mobile Platform That Channel Partners Provide To Enterprise Customers Read More...

Tags: Windows , Microsoft , wireless , smartphones , e-Mail

Google Vows Broader Open Wireless Access Fight


[April 04, 2008] Now free to speak its mind, the search leader pledges to continue working for wireless network openness, while debate remains heated about FCC oversight. Read More...

Tags: PHP , Google , Android , server , consumer , software , support , wireless , mobile , IT , Internet , FCC , broadband , SAP , ISP , HP , servers , CA , spectrum , government , Verizon , OS , media , RIM , carriers , policy , business , news , e-Mail , handset , corporate , Skype , InternetNews.com , regulation , legal , OSI , REV , EFF , handsets , MIT , auction

Mobile Spam Threat Worth Keeping a Watchful Eye


[April 01, 2008] Right now carriers are doing the anti-spam lifting but things could change. Read More...

Tags: PHP , security , data , search , spam , consumer , support , wireless , mobile , PC , smartphones , China , IT , Internet , research , smartphone , ERP , HP , survey , advertising , CA , McAfee , Enterprise , OS , RIM , carriers , news , e-Mail , SEC , InternetNews.com , ITC , EFF , NOR

Windows XP Service Pack 3? Place Your Bets


[March 25, 2008] Microsoft releases a public 'release candidate' of the last Windows XP service pack, but the office pool on when it will actually ship is still open. Read More...

Tags: Windows , Microsoft , server , Vista , e-Mail


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