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What began as a communication tool for the academic community is now rated as the most critical form of business communication.

Despite its ubiquity, however, email is increasingly unable to live up to the high expectations demanded of UK businesses. It has become a victim of its own success – whereas it once improved efficiency and helped to reduce operational costs, email is now hampering productivity and draining IT ...

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