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enterprise e-mail


RIM says it can't give India keys to secure e-mails

Repeating its position, BlackBerry maker says it's not possible to give the Indian government the keys to monitor e-mail on its BlackBerry Enterprise Server.

By January 28, 2011


Dell to acquire enterprise e-mail service MessageOne

The PC maker has said it plans to buy the company for $155 million.

By February 12, 2008


The problem with enterprise software, and how e-mail could help

Most enterprise software doesn't get used as much as it would if it were as simple and enjoyable as e-mail. Perhaps e-mail is the great encourager of participation within the enterprise?

By July 1, 2007


Zimbra hits 20 million paid mailboxes

Yahoo's open-source e-mail and calendar software is scoring even more paid mailboxes, but it faces an uphill climb to the enterprise.

By January 19, 2009


Europe's mobile operators urged to focus on enterprise

Carriers need to target business market with signal-boosting tech, better pricing, mobile e-mail services, says report.

By July 19, 2007


McAfee to sell Postini e-mail security service

McAfee is entering the enterprise hosted e-mail security space by reselling Postini's e-mail security service.

By August 29, 2005


McAfee VirusScan upgrade hobbles Lotus Notes

Upgrading to latest version of McAfee VirusScan Enterprise can lock Lotus Notes users out of their e-mail. McAfee is investigating.

By January 22, 2007


Red Hat adopts Novell e-mail software

Upcoming update to Linux seller's enterprise offering includes mail program, more server support and security enhancements.

By July 22, 2004


Marketers team to grow e-mail service

E-mail marketer Digital Impact says it has partnered with Coremetrics to draw on its customer behavior data for direct marketing campaigns. San Mateo, Calif.-based Digital Impact plans to incorporate Coremetrics data analysis into its e-mail marketing service for enterprise businesses. Digital Impact's customers include Hewlett-Packard and Gap. Financial details were not disclosed. The deal is the latest coupling in the e-mail marketing industry, a lucrative and competitive market that is quickly consolidating. On Monday, Real Media signed on with online newsletter provider Topica to expand its e-mail management services. Earlier this year, DoubleClick bought e-mail providers FloNetworks and MessageMedia.

By August 21, 2001


AT&T, State Dept. extend contract

AT&T has been awarded a $49.9 million contract to supply telecommunications services to the U.S. State Department. The agreement, which runs through 2003, extends a previous contract. AT&T will supply enterprise phone systems, voice mail, e-mail, and global satellites, to locations in Washington D.C., New York, Warrenton, Va., Charleston, S.C., and other sites.

By May 22, 2002