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Hotel messaging sings Soprano

Hotel messaging sings Soprano

Sydney ISV Soprano Design has signed a deal with the Accor hotel chain to roll out its SMS booking confirmation software via its corporate gateway platform to 100 hotels in Australia.
Aug 15 2005 3:31PM
Securing instant messaging

Securing instant messaging

It was only recently that IM was the preserve of teens and net-savvy companies. But like so many applications that start small, IM has made the leap from cool tool to useful business application. US analyst Gartner suggests that IM "will rival email in terms of both volume and ubiquity." In 2005 alone, it believes half of all companies will be using enterprise-level IM clients.
Jul 6 2005 10:38AM
Instant messaging set to double in next 12 months

Instant messaging set to double in next 12 months

Leading companies in Europe anticipate an explosion in the use of instant messaging over the next year, but admit that the technology can be a security nightmare.
Feb 22 2005 3:07PM
FDIC issues new instant messaging guidelines

FDIC issues new instant messaging guidelines

Nov 12 2004 5:09PM
Florida plugs in private Instant Messaging network

Florida plugs in private Instant Messaging network

The State of Florida has launched an ambitious Instant Messaging (IM) roll out that links all of its state agencies together via a single private IM network designed to secure internal and external communications.
Sep 29 2004 11:31AM
Security fears shake up enterprise instant messaging

Security fears shake up enterprise instant messaging

Security problems associated with public instant messaging (IM) technology will force enterprises to ban employee use of such services and replace them with enterprise IM (EIM) applications.
Sep 6 2004 5:32PM
Los Angeles County pilots Litronic secure messaging software

Los Angeles County pilots Litronic secure messaging software

Los Angeles County's Department of Mental Health has begun a pilot program using Litronic's NetSign Privacy Agent secure messaging software suite.
Aug 25 2004 12:36AM
AOL secures instant messaging

AOL secures instant messaging

Internet provider America Online is tightening security on its instant messenger network.
Jun 30 2004 11:45AM
Review: Gordano Messaging Server

Review: Gordano Messaging Server

The Gordano Messaging Server is not an anti-spam product but a suite that includes a mail-filtering component.
Jun 1 2004 12:00AM
Review: Gordano Messaging Suite

Review: Gordano Messaging Suite

Gordano Messaging Suite is a complete mail server, with integrated anti-virus, anti-spam, and content filtering. As a mail server, it offers a cost-effective alternative to Microsoft Exchange and integrates tightly with Outlook in the same way that Exchange does. There are many additional features, such as support for dial-up collection of email from your ISP by POP3. It also has Extended Turn (ETRN) support for dial-up to extend SMTP should you need to use it. Client machines can be supported via POP3, IMAP, or a webmail interface.

Mar 23 2004 12:00AM
ACA calls for comment on messaging guidelines

ACA calls for comment on messaging guidelines

Feb 23 2004 12:00AM
Securing and Managing Electronic Messaging in the Enterprise

Securing and Managing Electronic Messaging in the Enterprise

The threats and problems posed by email in large and complex organizations are of a different type and scale of magnitude from the email problems that such organizations first solved with an email ‘point product’ some years previously.
Jan 15 2004 10:53AM
Talk time: Instant messaging and the enterprise

Talk time: Instant messaging and the enterprise

Instant messaging can bring both great business benefit and far greater risks to your network systems, says John Korsak
Jan 13 2004 2:32PM
Review: Gordano Messaging Suite

Review: Gordano Messaging Suite

The Gordano Message Suite is not an anti-virus solution per se, it is a complete web-based messaging system with email, instant messaging, calendar feature and message filtering. The whole lot is managed from a central web console which is clean and consistent, with the exception of a Windows utility to add users to the database.

Jul 1 2003 12:00AM
Review: Gordano Messaging Suite

Review: Gordano Messaging Suite

Gordano is a company that has made the messaging arena its own. Its NTMail product was a revolution when it was first launched in 1994, and it was recently re-branded and overhauled to become Gordano Messaging Suite (GMS).

Installation is simple and straightforward, and Gordano has also ensured that the product is suitable for all major operating ­ systems. Once installed, navigation is easy: the product is logically structured with well-laid out GUIs. Both configuration and management are carried out via a web-based interface.

Feb 1 2003 12:00AM
Review: TFS Secure Messaging Server

Review: TFS Secure Messaging Server

TFS Technology has taken a holistic approach to the whole subject of internet and email security, and the result is the extremely powerful Secure Messaging Server. The server acts as a firewall, ensuring that infected inbound emails don't get anywhere near your network.

Installation and configuration (Windows only) are simple and an application, TFS Administrator, does most of the hard work for you. This application is used for all configuration tasks, unless you want to do this remotely, in which case another product, TFS Secure Messaging Manager, allows this through a web browser. The Manager is also responsible for the security functions of the product.

Feb 1 2003 12:00AM
Review: Trend Micro InterScan Messaging Security Suite

Review: Trend Micro InterScan Messaging Security Suite

Trend Micro is another familiar name in the anti-virus world. It has now branched out into email security with its InterScan Messaging Security Suite (IMSS), which, unsurprisingly, places a heavy emphasis on virus containment, but which also contains a number of other extremely valuable features.

IMSS is another spool-and-forward product, which means that the machine it is installed on should have a hard drive sufficient to handle your usual throughput of email. For this reason, and for reliability, it shouldn't really be installed on the SMTP server. Depending upon the needs of your network, it can be installed either in front of or behind your existing firewall, or even used in place of a firewall if - for some strange reason - you don't actually have one.

Feb 1 2003 12:00AM

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