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Ensuring Business Email Security with Cloud Anti-Spam

Businesses receive too much spam on a daily basis. To fight back, an anti-spam filter needs to be put in place to help protect against both incoming and outgoing spam messages. While many people immediately think of an on-premise anti-spam filter when this topic is mentioned, most don’t realize that cloud anti-spam solutions are available […]

5 Reasons to Consider Cloud Anti-Spam

The phrase “less is more” holds special meaning for many admins. Server consolidations, outsourcing arrangements, and scaling back services, are the new reality for many. Fortunately many email admins can get the same protection for less with cloud anti-spam. Here are five main reasons why you should consider cloud anti-spam as solution to your organization’s […]

  
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    • Don’t bet too soon on the hot cloud technologies June 27, 2017
      We all know what’s cool now in the cloud: microservices, devops, containers, and machine learning. It’s what guys like me are writing and speaking about. However, the overapplication of these technologies could end up hurting you greatly. Here’s why.On one hand, I want to promote the use of new technology, such as cloud computing and […]
    • ‘Pick that cloud, lose our business’: What to do June 23, 2017
      Here’s a shocker: Wal-Mart is telling some technology companies that if they want Wal-Mart’s business, they can’t use Amazon Web Services. (Wal-Mart says it simply doesn’t want customers storing Wal-Mart’s sensitive info on AWS.) That’s a tall order for technology companies that may have invested millions in their tech running on AWS.However, if you see […]
    • This time, you can trust the cloud Magic Quadrant June 20, 2017
      The latest Garter Magic Quadrant report for cloud infrastructure is out. Usually, the release of a Magic Quadrant means I have to correct its findings when talking to my clients. Enterprises take these as gospel, managing by Magic Quadrant—and as a result picking their technology, often the wrong technology, for the wrong reasons.This time, I […]
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