Bulletin Messenger Facebook Integration

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From this week Bulletin customers will be able to access Facebook as a channel for customers, contacts and staff in their Messenger communications. Bruce Herbert, Managing Director at Bulletin.net, commented:  “In the same month as Facebook announced reaching 2 billion customers Bulletin announced its Messenger platform integration into Facebook.  We Continue Reading

ownCloud Combats WannaCry, Petya & Co: Announcement of More Ransomware Protection

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After the current waves of attack of ransomware WannaCry in May and its successor Petya a few days ago, agitation prevails in many IT departments: How can you protect your company against these attacks, which have the potential to destroy all files? The economic damage is now already in the Continue Reading

Outlook Problems Caused By Creators Update for Microsoft Windows 10

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The Creators Update for Microsoft Windows 10 has introduced various technical issues. One of the issues is that it may cause Outlook to become unstable when Outlook Connector is used. The issues with Outlook are not isolated to Alt-N products. Our technical team is working to find a solution to Continue Reading

Fortinet in ETSI Security Week

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Fortinet participated as a sponsor and panellist at the NFV (Network Function Virtualization) tracks at ETSI Security Week, held on June 14th at ETSI’s headquarters in Sophia Antipolis, in the South of France. Fortinet is a participant in the ETSI NFV ISG group, focusing on NFV security, and earlier this Continue Reading

Report: Low Latency Streaming Media Impacts UX

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July 5, 2017 by Holly Regan Today’s consumer has a shorter average attention span than a goldfish. When you also consider the increasing oversaturation of the app market, that means streaming media content providers have to work harder than ever to win customers. In this competitive landscape, one factor most Continue Reading

With today’s massive ransomware outbreak, here are a few reminders of how to avoid becoming a victim.

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As I was coaxing myself awake this morning with my usual jolt of strong coffee, I checked my favorite news sites & was informed of yet another ransomware attack. This one, which is believed to have originated from Ukraine, was first thought to be a variation of last year’s Petya Continue Reading

Easy Migration from Microsoft Exchange or any ActiveSync Supported Email Server

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For many small-to-medium businesses, hosting an in-house Microsoft Exchange Server requires dedicated staff and deep pockets. In the mid-90’s, MDaemon was created as an affordable alternative to Exchange that wouldn’t break your IT budget &  required no dedicated staff to administer it. With every installation of MDaemon comes the free Continue Reading

Is spam being sent out from a local machine on your network? Follow these steps to track down a spambot.

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Has this happened to you? Let’s say you’re the MDaemon administrator for your company, and you’ve noticed that somewhere, somehow, spam messages are being sent from within your network. Perhaps one of your PCs has been compromised. What do you do? Here are some tips to help you track the Continue Reading

If you’re not archiving your email, you should be!

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When disaster strikes, is your business able to recover from data loss with minimal downtime? How does your business handle legal requests for discovery and compliance audits? Are you protected against data loss when employees leave the company? Businesses of all sizes worldwide rely on email for their day-to-day communication Continue Reading

Byline: Petya, Wannacry, and Mirai – Is This the New Normal?

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This past year, cybercriminals have upped the stakes once again with the high profile, global attacks of Mirai, Wannacry, and Petya, launched one after the other. Of course, large-scale attacks aren’t new. Attacks like the ILOVEYOU worm and Code Red and Nimda were massive attacks, some of which affected exponentially Continue Reading

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