One of the most talked about trends in messaging today is BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), which began about the time iPhone mania really took hold. After 2007, when third-party developers were encouraged to develop apps for the iPhone, users started to
Brands used to bully owners of domain names that the brands did not like, without any real legal basis. A new reverse domain name hijacking (“RDNH”) case may prevent this bullying from happening again and cause brands to think twice before initiating
A woman’s boss overheard that she had purchased a new dress and decided to send her an email late at night telling her “I’m sure you’ll look amazing in it.” After a half-hearted apology for sending her the email, he then sent her an instant message t
The traditional model of deploying email, security, archiving, backup and related solutions using on-premise servers and software (or appliances) requires a certain amount of trust—trust in the technology offered by the hardware and software vendors,
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