The new feature will automatically encrypt e-mail sent on the service, regardless of the destination. Replies and forwards of messages will also be encrypted.
A random walk around the web reveals a collection of random stories.
Company took a hit in the fourth quarter, but a new product suggests a way forward for the erstwhile software leader.
Novell bashes the City of Los Angeles for dumping its product in favor of Google Apps, but for what purpose?
Novell's Linux business seems healthy, but is unable to carry the burden of its languishing proprietary products. Something has got to give.
The nation's second-largest city is close to overcoming security fears and jumping on the cloud computing bandwagon. Will other cities follow?
Novell has rushed to quash rumors that it's considering selling some or all of the company, but the company makes more sense in pieces.
It wasn't the best of quarters for Novell, but the company continues to find a way forward with Linux, which grew 25 percent in the most recent quarter.
To target Lotus Notes and protect its turf against Google, the software maker officially launches Microsoft Online, the hosted versions of Exchange and SharePoint.
Overall, Gmail has been available 99.9 percent of the time. Now Premier customers get a promise of that level of reliability for all of Google Apps.