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Google has taken a potshot at Microsoft, something it does occasionally, using a survey conducted by Public Opinion Strategies — and paid for by its own cloud business — to ventilate the concerns of government users who are mostly locked into a Microsoft environment.

Published in Security

GUEST OPINION: An absolute must for all organisations planning a data migration, however complex, is to research vendors whose technology can simplify the migration – and choose the one with the most comprehensive solution and top support.

Published in Guest Opinion

GUEST INTERVIEW: Although the spectre of Omicron hovers, people are nevertheless returning to work in a hybrid fashion, with the demand for modern, fast and fluid videoconferencing experiences never greater, whether at home, at work, or other remote working scenarios, so what are the trends for a world on the mend?

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GUEST INTERVIEW: Although the spectre of Omicron hovers, people are nevertheless returning to work in a hybrid fashion, with the demand for modern, fast and fluid videoconferencing experiences never greater, whether at home, at work, or other remote working scenarios, so what are the trends for a world on the mend?

Published in Business IT

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
Friday, 17 September 2021 12:37

Microsoft offers passwordless feature to users

Passwords are inconvenient, and they’re prime target for attacks. For years, they’ve been the most important layer of security in the digital realm—from email to bank accounts, shopping carts to video games.

Published in Business Software

Aussie Broadband is the company that offers "bloody good broadband", so when we looked at its half year results, we thought they were bloody good, too!

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Global ratings agency S&P Global Ratings has downgraded its outlook for telco Optus to negative, following a similar rating action on its parent, Singapore Telecommunications.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

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

Microsoft's 365 services have been hit by another outage, beginning at about 2pm EST on Wednesday (5am AEDT Thursday) and affecting the eastern and western coasts of the US.

Published in Security

Security vendor Deep Instinct has detected malware that targets Microsoft Outlook and has compromised more than 250 million email accounts.

Published in Security

The average user trusts big name email providers despite multiple data breaches and in some cases trust, according to a recent survey by VPN provider NordVPN.

Published in Security
Friday, 03 February 2017 07:53

Outlook for iOS gets major upgrades

Microsoft has incorporated its own and third-party “add-ins” into Outlook for iOS, including Evernote, GIPHY, Nimble, Trello Smartsheet, Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Translator, with others to follow.

Published in Apps
Thursday, 13 October 2016 16:41

join.me wants more ways to join online meetings

join.me, LogMeIn's online meeting service, has initiated an integration partner programme aimed at making it easy to initiate meetings from popular business productivity applications.

Published in Business Software

The battle for marketshare by the major email providers has seen Google’s Gmail leap ahead of Microsoft’s Outlook to become the most-used email service in Australia.

Published in Strategy
Friday, 10 June 2016 08:38

WatchDox by BlackBerry extends DRM reach

BlackBerry has announced software to automatically protect email attachments with DRM, along with WatchDox integration with Salesforce.com and Microsoft Office Online.

Published in Security

Microsoft has finally announced the ‘general availability’ of its Office suite for Android tablets from Google Play, along with a preview of Outlook for Android and the release of Outlook for iOS.

Published in Business Software
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