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Displaying items by tag: Microsoft Exchange

Austrian open source software development company grommunio has announced that its groupware, of the same name, can be used to replace Microsoft Exchange.

Published in Business Software

Three technology industry bodies have urged the Federal Government to significantly revise the Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure) Bill 2020 before it is voted on, as it would otherwise "create an unworkable set of obligations and set a troubling global precedent".

Published in Technology Regulation

Researchers have published details of what they claim is a Chinese-speaking nation-state actor which has been targeting a number of south-east Asian countries for more than a year, using vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange as an entry point. The campaign has been given the name GhostEmperor.

Published in Security

A joint parliamentary committee has proposed that an amendment to the laws governing critical infrastructure be split up into two, in order to pass what it says are "urgent reforms".

Published in Technology Regulation

A researcher at a security firm that disclosed an issue with a protocol in the Microsoft Exchange mail server software has defended not having made contact with the company before releasing his findings, saying the issue had been known for seven years.

Published in Security

A protocol used by Microsoft Exchange, the popular email server software used by both individuals and businesses, has been found to be leaking credentials of users, who attempt to authenticate from clients like Microsoft Outlook, due to a defect in its design.

Published in Security

Microsoft has enabled what must surely be one of the most-requested features for Office 365 - the ability to send email from a proxy address, or an alias.

Published in The Wired CIO

Company News: Radware has reported a series of new zero-day exploits in Microsoft Exchange Servers discovered late last year has evolved into a global hacking spree now impacting hundreds of thousands of organisations worldwide.

Published in Guest Articles

The number of APT groups "exploiting the latest Exchange vulnerabilities grows, with thousands of email servers under siege" according to security company ESET.

Published in Security

REVIEW PROMOTION: Storing all your email online is great, but offline email is still critical. Besides the obvious advantage of working without an Internet connection, it’s faster to search and to open attachments. Yet, what if your offline email store is corrupted or damaged?

REVIEW PROMOTION: Storing all your email online is great, but offline email is still critical. Besides the obvious advantage of working without an Internet connection, it’s faster to search and to open attachments. Yet, what if your offline email store is corrupted or damaged?

Published in Guest Reviews

REVIEW PROMOTION: Storing all your email online is great, but offline email is still critical. Besides the obvious advantage of working without an Internet connection, it’s faster to search and to open attachments. Yet, what if your offline email store is corrupted or damaged?

Published in Software

Russian security vendor Kaspersky is testing out a system to use machine learning to detect phishing emails in real time, the company says in a statement, adding that in 2019 its existing anti-phishing system had picked up 467 million attempts to connect to phishing websites.

Published in Security

Researchers at Slovakian security outfit ESET say they have found a sophisticated backdoor used by the well-known group Turla, which has also been called Snake.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 05 October 2016 08:01

City of Moscow begins move away from Microsoft

The city of Moscow plans to replace Microsoft software on thousands of computers with domestic programs, according to a report on the Vedomosti website.

Published in Business Software
Friday, 27 June 2014 17:03

CommVault helps DAFWA declutter

CommVault's Simpana data and information management software played a key part in the infrastructure refresh needed to allow the Western Australia Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA) to meet the state government's goal of becoming a major player in the food sector.

Published in Data
Sunday, 27 October 2013 23:44

Aussie businesses thriving in the cloud

It's no big secret that the cloud is changing the way Australians work and do business, but how big is the change? And how easy is that transition?

Published in Cloud Services

Microsoft has pre-announced nine security bulletins will be released this week, five of them rated critical and addressing vulnerabilities in a wide range of software. And Adobe will be releasing security updates on the same day.

Published in Security

Research In Motion has launched a new service that extends Microsoft Exchange Online cloud services to BlackBerry smartphones, allowing customers to manage their BlackBerry deployments in the cloud.

Published in Cloud Computing

Building on its more than 10 years as a leader in the migration market, Quest Software, Inc. now offers a solution that helps organisations migrate from on-premise Microsoft Exchange or Google Gmail environments to the Microsoft Office 365 cloud email platform, letting them take advantage of the functionality and convenience presented by the cloud.

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