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    Getting back the cloud

    Written by Tom Roche on

    When did ‘Cloud’ become just another sales buzzword? Everyone’s heard them – and virtually everyone hates them. Increasingly our lives are jam-packed full of sales words that mean nothing. This empty sales talk is designed to hook our attention and give us a morsel of attachment to whatever it is they’re flogging this week. At […]

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  • Consumer mail clients with new features – Yahoo!

    Written by Hollie Jeffs on

    At the beginning of this month, Yahoo released an update to their email service consisting of a new search and filter system. Thanks to this update you’ll no longer have to search for something with your fingers crossed, waiting while wading through hundreds, if not thousands, of emails that have piled up in your inbox. […]

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  • Definition of an Accidental Leak

    Written by Kathy Rose on

    A story about the “accidental leak” of an email from the private secretary of Sir Jon Cunliffe (Deputy Director for Financial Stability, Bank of England) detailing contingency plans for the UK’s exit from the EU, “Project Bookend”, has dominated headlines for most of the long weekend. Ignoring the desirability of leaving the EU, or secret research projects considering any financial consequences, surely the […]

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    Hillarygate Continues…..

    Written by Robin Bingeman on

    Having survived the Monica Lewinsky scandal, you might have thought The Clintons would retire from public scrutiny. Play golf, do charity work, cultivate the garden. Not so – Hillary Clinton is more ambitious than husband Bill in pursuit of her own political career. She ran for the White House in 2008, served as US Secretary of State in the first […]

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  • Hillarygate

    Written by Robin Bingeman on

    Yet another email scandal….. Revelations that Hillary Clinton sent all email from a personal email account whilst in office as US Secretary of State have highlighted common misconceptions about email as business communication. Ignoring relative merits, Gmail v US Government Mail, particularly for security of State secrets, the more we hear about Mrs Clinton’s email […]

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