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Friday, 12 February 2021 00:11

What cloud native actually means

GUEST OPINION by George Tsoukas, Gigamon:   For organisations that want to full benefit from their approach to the cloud, cloud-native computing may provide the answer. Unfortunately, although the benefits of the cloud-native approach are widely recognised, there is a lot of confusion about what cloud-native computing actually is.

Published in Guest Opinion

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
Wednesday, 13 April 2016 11:17

Xero integrates with Microsoft Outlook for SMBs

Cloud accounting software provider Xero says its integration with Microsoft Outlook REST API allows small businesses to get a single, 360 degree view of all interactions with their contacts and customers.

Published in Accounting Software

Far from being a timesaving and productivity mechanism, I suggest to you rules in Outlook actually make you worse at managing email.

Published in The Wired CIO

Software that fosters open communication throughout organisations may revamp working life, an industry executive has told iTWire.

Wednesday, 17 March 2010 11:16

Xobni email manager goes mobile

Email management specialist Xobni, which started out of an MIT dorm room four years ago and has already racked up five million downloads of its product, has now launched its first mobile version of the software for the BlackBerry.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 11 November 2009 11:46

Exchange 2010 released to market

Microsoft took the opportunity last night at Tech-Ed Germany to announce the worldwide availability of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. Exchange Server has gone beyond mere e-mail and is the cornerstone of Microsoft’s unified communications strategy.

Published in Development
It’s on, and I’m here. Microsoft Tech-Ed Australia is running from today until Friday 11th September on the sunny Gold Coast of Australia. An incredible 2000+ attendees are roaming about with HP Mini netbooks. Demonstrations have already begun of Exchange 2010, Office 2010 and Visual Studio 2010.

Published in Education
August's Patch Tuesday brings nine security bulletins from Microsoft, covering at least 19 vulnerabilities.

Published in Security
Telstra and Microsoft have expanded on their strategic alliance, announced last November with the launch of a hosted IP telephony service integrated with Microsoft Office Communications Server that will enable end users to make calls direct from Microsoft applications such as Outlook, SharePoint and Office Communicator.

Published in Strategy
Microsoft's proposal to provide European consumers with a browser ballot screen appears to fall in line with the European Commission's (EC's) position. The company also has a proposal aimed at settling the interoperability case.

Published in Development
For business users, mobile e-mail has become a must-have. Turn otherwise unproductive time to good use by keeping up with what’s happening. Yet in the battle of smartphones is the old trusty BlackBerry getting long in the tooth? Does the sexy iPhone challenger have what it takes to unseat RIM?

Published in The Linux Distillery
You may know of Xandros Linux; for many people exposure came through the Eee PC, with this being the distro chosen by Linux-turncoat ASUS. Yet, what is Xandros' stance on open source software? Might Xandros be a thinly-veiled Microsoft tout as Linspire reborn?

Had your fill of pre-release and now release candidate Windows 7 from Microsoft, and want something else shiny and new to try out? Step right up and take your chances with the law while downloading a “pirate” copy of the Office 2010 Technical Preview, now available at all those endangered torrent sites near you.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Any Microsoft Exchange admin will have heard at least once a user complain that someone can't be found in the global address list (GAL.) Forcing a rebuild doesn't work. It's a mystery - but it needn't be. Here's what happened to me and how I fixed it.

Sybase 365, a subsidiary of mobile messaging vendor, Sybase, has formed a global partnership with 2sms to extend SMS services to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) on an instant provisioning basis.
 

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