Establishing whole-of-government email and desktop services will allow Australian government agencies to focus on their core activities, CTO John Sheridan has said.
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The Australian government is undertaking a feasibility study to understand whether offering email and desktop productivity tools as a service would be viable.
Secure email startup ProtonMail is facing questions over its legality after PayPal froze its account -- as well as over $285,000 in crowdfunding donations.
UPDATED: Citing government policies, as of July 1 Microsoft will no longer use email to issue certain security notifications.
The stories and claims about this batch of missing emails are virtually identical to those we heard when the Bush administration emails went missing. Incredible incompetence or cover-up?
Phase one of the Office Productivity as a Service (OPaaS) rollout delivers Exchange email, calendaring and security features.
Among the measures proposed by the data security branch of GCHQ to cut risks after Windows XP support ends is a block on government workers with the OS remotely accessing the network.
Latest authorization enables certain Army agencies to use Google Apps for Government Email as an alternative to Microsoft Office 365.
President Dilma Rousseff requested the deployment of the in-house communications platform across all federal government bodies
Government intrusiveness is the story that won't go away. This week, two email providers who offer encrypted hosted email shut their doors citing either government intervention or the potential thereof. And, of course, there's more NSA. President Obama even steps in to say a few words.
ISPs and email hosting providers need to be willing to and plan for the need to work with government officials.
An American company that specialized in highly encrypted email suspended operations today. The abrupt shutdown of Lavabit, a small Texas-based company, is suspected to be related to a court order related to its best-known customer, NSA leaker Edward Snowden.
The U.S.' highest ranking lawyer supports changes to existing email and online storage snooping laws, which are currently under scrutiny in the U.S. House.
While it looked dead in the water for a while, the Queen's speech looks to have breathed new life into the controversial Communications Data Bill.
Various ministries and agencies were unable to access their e-mail services in an outage lasting at least five hours. Services have mostly been restored since, according to IDA.
Public and private sector employees will come together to share information on cyber attacks directed at the UK from a new base in an undisclosed location.
BlackBerry's new platform has not yet been tested for official government use, according to GCHQ - flying in the face of suggestions that it had been rejected by the department.
As a US House committee prepares to meet to discuss changing outdated email privacy laws, the US government will today tell lawmakers that it wants greater powers to access email data, along with social networking data, such as Facebook and Twitter private messages.
NSW is about to embark on a pilot of five projects aimed at determining how feasible it is to move its government services to the cloud.
After a critical U.K. parliamentary committee report into the U.K.'s draft Communications Data Bill, which would see Web, email and call data collected for law enforcement purposes, the U.K. government will now substantially amend the bill.
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