GoDaddy plans to replace its Easy Email Marketing tool with the platform and technology from Mad Mimi.
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The encrypted email provider and phone maker said it would not be following suit with other technology firms — at least for now.
Seriously, does anyone actually find email to be usable?
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Mobile technology is transforming business—way beyond company email on our smartphones. Mobile’s next phase promises new and exciting business opportunities that challenge our notions of what’s possible.
Microsoft has forged a new partnership with Good Technology to bring encrypted email support to Windows Phone.
The Mozilla Foundation is inviting all email providers to adopt its BrowserID technology and begin validating their users' log-ins to Web sites that support the protocol.
Good Technology, best known for its enterprise push email software, is rolling out a mobile software development platform for Apple's iOS to enable more enterprise-grade tablet apps.
(This is the latest in a regular weekly series of spotlights on green technology that’s accessible to you and me. If you have a green technology or gadget to suggest for coverage, please send a note via my contact email.
Symantec has released a new version of its Enterprise Vault email and content archiving product that makes it easier to scan Microsoft Exchange emails and metadata for potential data leaks.Enterprise Vault 10, announced on Monday, integrates Symantec's data loss prevention technology so email content and metadata can be flagged for compliance review, while also being automatically classified and assigned the correct archiving and retention policy.
Optus has begun quietly rolling out improvements to its network technology in Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne to improve internet and email access for mobile customers unable to receive full 3G network coverage.
An ambitious Australian technology start-up attempting to overhaul the dated email paradigm has launched a beta version of its service, charging $100 for a lifetime standard account.
We're at an interesting tipping point between mobile technology, email and video partly brought about by odd business decisions.I've been using Flip video cameras to record discovery in interviews all last week and will be using them again this week with the participants permission; as I've previously discussed here they are a useful way of taking notes.
The financial services industry is activating Apple's iPads at a rapid clip, according to a report by Good Technology, which provides corporate email software.
Facebook's new unified messaging system provides an even bigger lure for hackers and fraudsters, according to web security company Sophos.The messaging system — unveiled on Monday — is designed to integrate Facebook messages, email and IM chats alongside other non-Facebook messaging services but this could increase the risk of user privacy, according to Graham Cluley, a senior technology consultant at Sophos.
The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) is the latest Australian university to sign up to Microsoft's cloud-based email service Live@edu, announcing to students today that they will move to the system in December.
Coca-Cola Amatil told the company's technology services manager Steven Meek that he wanted the company to migrate the company's internal email system from Lotus Notes to Microsoft's Business Productivity Online Standard Suite (BPOS) in just two weeks.
Everyone complains about the volume of email and says they can never be on top of it, but according to a recent technology panel discussing the future of email, that's because we're not using the technology properly.
Technology has a controlling effect on the human psyche, according to panellists speaking at last week's TechLines future of email debate.
There was lots of promise -- Email is an ancient technology, and is due for a refresh. Google Wave promised to change the way we communicate, and would eventually replace Email.
The two companies have settled a long-existing lawsuit over patents to wireless technology, including 3G and wireless email