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  • e-mail (electronic mail or email)

    E-mail (electronic mail) is the exchange of computer-stored messages by telecommunication.

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  • email virus

    An e-mail virus is computer code sent to you as an e-mail note attachment which, if activated, will cause some unexpected and usually harmful effect, such as destroying certain files on your hard disk and causing the attachment to be remailed to everyone in your address book.

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  • gateway

    A gateway is a network point that acts as an entrance to another network.

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  • What value do you think exists with cognitive computing?

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  • When planning IT, orgs need analytics and big data

    Networking expert Mike Jude says big data analytics isn't complete without cognitive computing. But a cognitive computing framework should not be taken lightly.

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  • Sophos appliance takes a hard line on web security

    Sophos has launched its first web security hardware appliance, designed to enable administrators to block staff access to malicious web content and prevent unauthorised browsing at the gateway level.

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  • Email security – Essential Guide

    Email security is a priority for all businesses, with the growing threat of hackers, viruses spam, phishing and identity theft, as well as the need to secure business information.

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  • Email security appliances that fight phishers and spambots

    Stop spam, foil phishers, and enforce email security policies by tackling email security appliance basics. In this tip, security consultants and value-added resellers (VARs) will learn why deploying email security appliances makes sense, how to add them to networks, what to look for in a good...

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  • Improve all-flash storage array efficiency with thin provisioning

    George Crump discusses how an all-flash storage array benefits from thin provisioning and what to look for when evaluating a system's thin provisioning capability.

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  • Market trends: The future of e-mail security

    The e-mail security market is undergoing a change that is marked by commoditization and centralization. Joel Snyder analyzes these trends and offers a glimpse at the future of e-mail security products.

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