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Yahoo email under new wave of security attacks...
Yahoo has warned that its email service is under a new wave of security attacks, urging users to display extreme caution when checking messages.
Dell: Data loss fear keeps cloud email migration low
"Email is still the lifeblood of communication within an organisation, which means you simply can’t afford downtime or data loss during a migration."
Telecom advises Kiwi caution following possible Yahoo Xtra security threat...
Telecom has warned Kiwis that Yahoo is experiencing an email security threat, which the telco has reason to believe may have compromised some Yahoo Xtra email customers' accounts.
Six ways to make your inbox better this year...
Email is often seen as an aging rock star struggling for relevance in an age of fresh-faced pop sensations like social networking.
Rumours swirl of imminent Kiwi secure eMail solution…
Information trickling out of Auckland suggests a new private secure eMail solution is set to market across New Zealand in the New Year.
Yahoo Xtra email breach - The one that got away…
As one of the biggest global providers of email, Yahoo is at the frontline of this battle - they alone block more than 600 billion spam messages a month.
Email hackers raid Auckland's North Shore businesses
Police claim "significant sums of money" have been stolen from businesses across the North Shore during the past few months, at the hands of hackers.
Kiwi firm Livelink links up with Oz email solutions provider
Livelink Connect has merged with the Australian operations of Rocketseed, a London headquartered international provider of email media and branding solutions.
iPhone buzz - Fancy a slice of Apple?
"We have found out that in Cupertino, a confidential recent development gadget is being developed. The item will be required by everyone..."
Outlook doesn't look good as Kiwis STILL struggle
Microsoft admits Outlook.com outage is taking longer to fix than expected, as heaps of New Zealanders are still left to suffer.
Kiwi firm stung in $18k email scam
New Zealand firm scammed out of $18,000 after paying a South Korean company supplier warns other Kiwi businesses over new email fraud tactics.
Big Brother is watching you, doing Sweet FA
Peeping around corridors and eavesdropping conversations in the canteen is one thing, but have you been electronically spied on by your boss?
Why Telecom should be ashamed for $20 email addresses
Telecom planned to charge users of their Yahoo Xtra email system to use the service if they were no longer a Telecom customer.
Five tips for proper email etiquette
Swapping from one communication medium to another, it's easy to forget each has its own rules. Here's how to make sure your emails don't cause offense.
Managing your time for productivity success
Avoid wasting time and resources with some simple time management tips.
Bench press for success
Workout networking, or 'sweatworking', may be the newest way to get ahead in business, but taking a break could actually be better for your Start Up.
Could your business ban email?
Boss of French IT firm would rather call or text, and wants 80,000 employees to do the same.
NZ office workers stressed by email overload
Workers think organisations should offer more collaboration tools to reduce workload, says IBM survey.
How to easily put music in emails
The experts answer some of your burning tech questions, from music by mail, to cameras throwing tantrums.
Direct mail made easy online
Direct mail can be an invaluable component of a successful marketing campaign.
Email is a major marketing tool
More online consumers use email than social networks for brand interaction, according to a new study from US digital marketing firm ExactTarget.
Need a Nerd
I want to buy a new computer. What should I buy? We provide some tips.
If you are running a mail server you need to be aware of the risks, so you can prepare for them.
Email archiving: the mechanics of compliance
How do you store years of emails and make them easily accessible? We take a look.