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Articles of Note – March 2014

Posted Saturday April 12th, 2014, 4:40 pm by

Here are our top five articles of note related to email best practice (from tackling email overload to email security).

  1. Cyber attacks fallout could cost the government economy $3 trillion by 2020.  Opening a rogue email is the easy backdoor for a cyber criminal to plant a virus in your organisation’s IT systems.  Be on you guard when you see a suspicious email.
  2. 10 things to help you bridge the IT- end user gap.  It is often very easy for an IT professional to assume people know how to use new software and indeed even the seemingly most fool proof devices (such as ipads).  The executive users however may not be starting from the same knowledge base. This article provides food for thought for both the end user and IT professionals.
  3. The women who created the technology industry.  Did you realise that the first computer programmers and most celebrated mathematicians throughout history were women.  Esther Gerston and Gloria Gordon were amongst them.  See how many you guess correctly.
  4. Microsoft tightens privacy policy after admitting to reading journalist’s emails.  A salient reminder that very little is really private in the digital age.
  5. Email statistics report for 2013 to 2017. So you thought email was dying.  Think again. The latest Radicati report projects a 3% to 5% growth year on year.

What did we miss?  What was you article of note from the last few weeks?

 

 

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