MS Exchange is an extremely important part of many companies' I.T. environment. For most end users they see it as the popular Outlook interface but in the background Exchange is managing the file storage, transfer and backup of the growing data base of email material.
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In a recent release the Canadian Chamber of Commerce has raised questions about provisions in the regulations which have recently been released as part of the
When we think about office documents and our strategy in dealing with them the common picture in our mind is a piece of paper. For many workers this picture in their mind is starting to change. It could be the 140 characters of a tweet, the images of a facebook page, or an email message coming through LinkedIn. It may also be a new blog post that has been posted to your website.
A recent article in CIO Insights outlines some of the stats on what for many is seen as a new activity but which in fact is much older. Email: Middle aged and still going strong outlines where email ranks today and compares its use to other e communications tools like Instant Messaging and Social Technologies.
Everyone complains about the amount of spam that is around the internet. Somewhere I read that as much as 80+% of the email sent everyday can be spam. If your email address is a long standing one and you have used it many times to sign up for services and as your login for various web based online opportunities you can be sure that you will receive spam in some form or another.
I have never had a Hotmail e-mail address although I do actually work with four different e-mails. I have had a Gmail address almost since it was first made available on a personalized invitation basis.
I was dealing with a client the other day and they were trying to decide if they need to add a fax option to their MFP. I asked them when the last time was that they got a fax or sent one? The client said they could not remember when a fax was used. When we discussed it further it was determined that the things they used to do with faxes they now do using scanning capability.
A little while ago I was talking to one of our clients in Hamilton ON and he described looking for a multifunction copier (MFP) as like looking for a furnace, "Something you have to do not something you want to do". His premise was this was a necessary evil not a necessity.