The threat of losing personal data has become an increasing problem worldwide. We currently live in a world where our private information is made vulnerable on a daily basis thanks to cyber criminals, whose primary objective is to steal various forms of personal identifying information (PII), such as social security numbers, account numbers, our identities, and so much more.
With this being said, it has become increasingly important to take preventative measures in regards to how we use our email address on the web. Fortunately, with the right tools, preventing cybercrime can be easy. As a matter of fact, one of these tools is so simple, it’s often overlooked by many people: a secondary email address.
Here are 3 tips on how you can use a secondary email address to protect yourself on the web.
Google apps gives companies a whole new way of working online by using email, chat, video conferencing and real-time collaboration. With their tools, you can work anywhere in the world, as long as you have a cell phone, laptop, or tablet at hand that is connected to their platform.
Google apps aims to enhance the communication,productivity and mobility of your business.
Have you ever tried to send an email but had it rejected or returned? This is called “bounce.” Email bounce is when you try to send a message but the recipient’s server rejects your mail. This can be especially frustrating for businesses, as email marketing can be an incredibly effective (and cost-effective!) way to attract new customers. There are several reasons your emails may bounce, which we will get into later. Let’s start by explaining the 2 primary types of bounce.
Email Account Security Update
Several of our customers have reported experiencing issues with one of our Webmail platforms – more specifically Horde – over the last few days.
For many people, the word “server” only brings to mind a tool for web hosting. As we’ve discussed before, however, there are many great uses for servers. Today, we’re going to be talking about managing a server dedicated to email using your own domain. What we’re talking about in this post is slightly more advanced, but it’s something that any moderately able system administrator should have no trouble tackling.
When servers work as expected, no one notices that they’re there. The minute a server stops fulfilling its duty, it can seem like the sky is falling. Many businesses – especially small businesses – live and die by the performance of their servers. That’s why choosing the right server and the appropriate configuration is so important.
Servers should be reliable, obviously. Business owners should also expect their servers to be secure, efficient and scalable. Secure servers protect company data and can regulate many business functions. Efficient server utilization helps keep costs where they should be. Scalable servers enable businesses to grow into themselves and can also help with daily operation. They’re there to help the business, not disrupt it.
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Many of you are Windows users and have been for many years. Chances are you’ve used outlook and may even still be using it. Microsoft Outlook is one of the most commonly used email clients. It was previously bundled with Windows in an “express” version, and there is also a more robust “full” version. Presently, you cannot obtain a copy of outlook with a new computer, unless you buy a copy of Microsoft Office. Windows 8 now comes with a much simpler email client called “Mail”. If you’ve been using Outlook for years, “Mail” more than likely won’t cut it.
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If you’re a Mac user, chances are you’ve used Mail before. It is included on all Apple computers from the start. Apple software in general is pretty simple and smooth. So if you’re looking for a simple email application, and you have a Mac, look no further because you already have one. Its easy to get your email inside of the Mail app. To make it even easier for you I’m going to walk you through every step.