Hillarygate Continues…..

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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 … Continue reading

Hillarygate

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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 … Continue reading

The Data Black Hole

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Vint Cerf, Google VP & Chief Internet Evangelist, recently commented that we may be archiving data into the digital equivalent of a Black Hole. Digital promised so much – maximum retention, minimum hassle. Now technology advances so quickly that our … Continue reading

Once Bitten, Twice Shy

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There’s never any shortage of advice or helpful hints about managing your email, it’s the media equivalent of discussing the weather. Beyond prevailing wind and everlasting rain, there is some variation in British weather; whereas our gripes about email are … Continue reading

The Beautiful Game?

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More allegations of bribery and corruption in high places, wrongdoing by those who really should know better. In the spotlight FIFA, whose reputation for byzantine self-governance is rivalled only by the Freemasons and North Korea.  Current mud-slinging surrounds the selection … Continue reading

CryoMan to the Rescue

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Rebekah Brooks is back in the headlines. Having been cleared of all charges from the phone hacking scandal in June, she’s implicated in the trial of six Sun journalists accused of paying public officials for confidential information. A previously unseen … Continue reading

The Rising Cost of Business Email

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“Email remains the go-to form of communication in the Business world.”  Email Statistics Report 2013-2017, The Radicati Group, Inc. Latest findings suggest that there will be over 1.1 billion business email accounts by the end of 2017 (an average growth … Continue reading