- EPA. // SC Magazine: For IT Security Professionals;Jan2005, p70
Evaluates the Email Systems email filtering service from EPA. Features; Ease of use; Performance.
- Frontbridge. // SC Magazine: For IT Security Professionals;Jan2005, p71
Evaluates the email managed service from Frontbridge. Features; Ease of use; Performance.
- intY Mail Defender. // SC Magazine: For IT Security Professionals;Jan2005, p72
Evaluates the MailDefender email managed service from intY. Features; Ease of use; Performance.
- Google: Building a brick at a time. Dix, John // Network World;8/29/2005, Vol. 22 Issue 34, p32
Focuses on the author's views and insights about the addition of Google Talk, an instant messaging service that also supports voice links, and Desktop 2, a personal computer-based tool that could help Google gain valuable desktop real estate by Google. Announcement of Google in its plan to issue...
- Dealing with the e-mail landslide. Sardoni, Ken // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;3/6/2006, Vol. 35 Issue 36, p8
Discusses ways of dealing with too many e-mail. Methods that can reduce exposure to spam e-mail; Importance of an efficient e-mail processing; Protection of computers from viruses.
- Lynette Seawall: Leadership Development Coach. Seawall, Lynette // Hudson Valley Business Journal;8/13/2007, Vol. 18 Issue 33, p10
The article presents steps that can help one manage electronic mails or Emails. In managing Emails, it is suggested that one should develop an infrastructure of a filing system to organize mails and voicemails, create a list of goals and evaluate one's needs in terms of busines communication. It...
- Being On-Line Lowers IQ! // Software Practitioner;Sep/Oct2005, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p7
The article stresses the findings of a study by some researchers in Great Britain that the onslaught of electronic messages received actually lowers IQ by a measurable 10 points. The researchers concluded that the context switching needed to be on-line-involved tires the brain and dulls mental...
- Who's reading your e-mail? Booth, Stephanie // Glamour;Aug2005, Vol. 103 Issue 8, p116
Points out that 60 percent of businesses in the U.S. now use software to monitor their employees' e-mail, up from 47 percent in 2001. Every piece of online correspondence sent or received stored in a database; Repeated use of the boss or CEO's name or mentions of potentially revealing words to...
- Inside Instant Messaging. Bass, Steve // PC World;Feb2005, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p66
This article presents the author's tips on instant messaging (IM) software. For Most Messages, e-mail is just dandy. But for those quick, respond-to-me-now back and forths, such as whenever I have to tell my editor I am going to miss another deadline or I want to ask my wife out to dinner,...