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Real Hide IP

Real Hide IP is privacy software which allows you to conceal your IP address, choose IP country and surf anonymously. It can protect...

14 hours ago By EasyMP3Downloader

Egnyte HybridCloud

Most file sharing in businesses is done through email, which clogs up your mail server and multiplies versions of files confusingly. SharePoint is a runaway success, but there are plenty of alternatives that don't require you to run your own servers (or find ways of making them available to external partners).

January 27, 2012

RIM releases BlackBerry Management Center for SMBs

RIM has announced a free online console for small businesses that want to manage BlackBerry smartphones that use non-RIM email services.BlackBerry Management Center, unveiled on Monday, differs from existing RIM products such as BES Express in that it is designed to manage handsets accessing email from the likes of Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo, rather than from RIM's servers.

August 15, 2011 by

European Space Agency hacked

A hacker has claimed to have breached the European Space Agency, gaining access to and publishing online what appears to be 200 usernames, passwords and email addresses related to the organisation, along with details on root servers and databases.

April 18, 2011 by

Surf Anonymous Free

Surf Anonymous Free is a free Internet utility that provides anonymity to your Web surfing by hiding your IP address, thereby protecting...

January 21, 2015 By Surf Anonymous Free

SBS 7 goes public

Microsoft has announced a public preview of its upcoming Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 7, available now from the Microsoft Connect website.Based on the latest 64-bit Windows Server 2008 R2 platform, SBS7 is a direct follow-on from previous small business server products and, like those, includes email and collaboration servers.

September 23, 2010

Exchange alternatives: a group test

There's a thriving market in email/collaboration servers that aim to replicate the functionality of Microsoft's Exchange. We examine five, including cloud-based and open-source solutions.

April 26, 2010 by

Microsoft My Phone service helps you find your missing phone and much more

I sync my PIM data (Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, and Email) with my work Exchange account, but have to manually manage my other data. Microsoft launched a new service with the Windows Mobile 6.5 update that is available for an Windows Mobile 6.0, 6.1, or 6.5 device. My Phone lets you synchronize your contacts, appointments, text messages, photos, videos, songs, favorites, and documents between your phone and their servers. If you use Exchange, then that specific data will not be backed up with this service. Most of the services are free, but there are some premium features available as well.

October 6, 2009 by

White House email hosed...

Robert Gibbs, White House press secretary explains why your email may not have got through......The Obama administration is making the White House feel more like a modern corporation every day: the email servers were down for a couple of hours Monday.

January 26, 2009 by

How much does Exchange really cost?

Serena Software says it will save $750,000 when it junks Exchange in favor of Google Apps at the end of this year. But some say the numbers don't add up, wondering how an 800-employee company spends a million dollars a year running its email servers in the first place.

November 14, 2008 by

9th Circuit: Employees' text messages are private

In a major case marking out the boundaries of the Fourth Amendment in the electronic age, a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit held that employers can't read employees' text messages if they're sent through an outside service. They can't even read email unless it's stored on the employers' servers.

June 20, 2008 by

Blog fight: on dumping email servers

Our old friend David Berlind is proposing that traditional Exchange/Notes email servers be banished in favor of Gmail, arguing that it is not a case of 'if' but 'when' enterprise starts shifting email (and calendaring) to the Internet cloud:It's only a matter of time before the remaining rub on Gmail is history and your CFO starts asking questions about that long-running cost center associated with your e-mail and calendaring systems.

May 22, 2008 by

Failed Carbonite upgrade lets customers down

I subscribe to Carbonite's backup service. Over the last couple of days, the teensy Carbonite icon in my system tray has been red, displaying a message that Carbonite's servers are unavailable. Today, I sent email to tech support, only to be informed that someone would get back to me "within 72 hours." That pretty much sucks when I'm paying for a high-availability service. If my hard drive crashes and I need assistance with restore, hopefully I won't need my data within 72 hours.Anyhow, I just received an email from Carbonite, describing a server upgrade problem:

March 11, 2008 by

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