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Company sued after manager reads personal e-mails


May 25, 2010 by Sam Narisi

Do employees have a right to privacy when using personal e-mail accounts, even when they send the messages at work? They may, depending on the company’s policies, according to a recent court decision. More…

Simple change saves a lot of toner


March 31, 2010 by Sam Narisi

Here’s one piece of advice that can help your organization cut down on toner use: More…

Is e-mail outdated?


March 17, 2010 by Sam Narisi

While many folks in business still see e-mail as a newer form of communication, apparently younger workers have already moved on. More…

E-mail from CDC? Look at it closely


December 11, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Security experts report there’s a new malware scam spreading through e-mails claiming to help recipients get a swine flu vaccine. More…

Experts: Don’t trust Web-based e-mail


November 19, 2009 by Sam Narisi

In this economy, Web-based e-mail isn’t just popular with consumers — some small businesses are taking advantage of those resources as well. More…

Check the address before sending an e-mail


October 19, 2009 by Sam Narisi

We’ve all sent e-mails to the wrong address before. But hopefully the message didn’t include confidential information about 1,300 customers. More…

Alternative to e-mail hosting: IBM uveils new solution


October 14, 2009 by Valerie Helmbreck

IT managers tired of hosting their own e-mail servers, but worried about recent problems with Web mail services like Google’s, may be interested in a new alternative. More…

Court: Ex-employee was allowed to steal from company


September 25, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Recent surveys show most laid-off or resigning employees are prepared to steal information that will help them get a new job. Companies should guard against that now, because there will probably be little they can do after it happens. More…

Solution to a common e-mail problem


September 11, 2009 by Sam Narisi

We’ve all made this mistake: hitting the Reply All button when you meant to respond only to original e-mail’s sender. Not only is it annoying, but it could result in information being divulged to the wrong people. More…

Woman fired for ALL CAPS e-mail wins court fight


September 9, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Writing in all caps is one of the most annoying e-mail etiquette breaches. But have you ever seen anyone get fired over it? More…

Look out for this new e-mail scam


August 31, 2009 by Sam Narisi

There’s a new identity theft scam being conducted through phony government e-mails. More…

E-mailing at home: The latest legal trap?


August 26, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Thanks to new technology, many employees can get their work done anytime and anywhere. That sounds great to managers — but it could get the company sued. More…

Getting more e-mails than usual? Study says your company’s going under


August 25, 2009 by Sam Narisi

The way e-mail’s used says a lot about a company’s culture. But can e-mail patterns tell you when a company’s about to go belly-up? More…

Do your firm’s managers spy on employees?


August 6, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Many employers monitor employees’ e-mail use to prevent data leaks, harassment and other legal problems. In one recent case, a manager went a step further, putting his company on the hook for a violation of privacy. More…

Is your e-mail as secure as you think it is?


July 14, 2009 by Sam Narisi

The CEO of an e-mail security firm recently dared hackers to break into his personal account. Here’s the lesson he learned the hard way. More…


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