Tag Archives: Email Backup

Was Your Business Ready for World Backup Day

According to the National Archives, only one of the following dates is NOT a federal holiday. See if you can spot which one: New Year’s Day – January 1 Martin Luther King’s birthday – January 19 George Washington’s birthday – February 16 World Backup Day – March 31 Memorial Day – May 25 Independence Day […]

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Tips To Keep Off (and Stay Off) Email Blacklists

In an ideal world the only email marketers that would end up on email blacklists would be spammers; unfortunately, as careful and well-intended as you might be, you can still end up getting blacklisted. According to Return Path, a surprising 20% of businesses in the U.S. have been blacklisted. These are “white hat” email marketers who are […]

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5 Ways Business Continuity Adds Value to Strategic Planning

As you plan the path forward for your organization, business continuity should be considered throughout the process so that there is less chance of unexpected events sabotaging your gameplan and leaving you sidelined. 85% of business continuity programs changing The relationship between business continuity & strategic planning Mission statement & goal development Environmental assessment Strategy […]

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Forget Clinton: State Department Hack is Unprecedented (Now About Clinton…)

The focus on Hillary Clinton’s private server loses sight of a bigger problem: Russian cybercriminals have their fingers in the American pie. The scandal over Hillary Clinton’s emails should bother Americans for more reasons than one. Sure, it’s weird that Clinton was keeping her emails on her own designated website, aptly named ClintonEmail.com (and not […]

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Is LinkedIn an Email Hacker’s BFF?

This article on +CIO by Information Security professional Trevor Christiansen explains how easy it is for a #hacker to build an employee #email list, simply by searching for an organization on #LinkedIn, that he/she can then target with a #phishing #scheme to access usernames and #passwords. This information can then be used to breach the #network and […]

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Dropmyemail Archive APS Package approved and published on APS Standard

Your favorite email archiving solution is now available for all Parallel Automation users on APS Standard Catalogue.  This release allows service providers and hosters the opportunity to easily sell and customers to seamlessly buy and use the service. Dropmyemail is an award winning email backup solution. It launched its email archiving solution in mid 2014. […]

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Dropmyemail is now OX ready

Dropmyemail were the proud gold sponsors of the Open-Xchange summit 2014 that was help in Munich this year. At this event, CEO Charif Elansari and COO Ridley Ruth launched the new OX DME plugin developed by the dropmyemail team. “We are very excited about the release of our new Open Exchange plugin which allows a […]

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Your email is not secure in the cloud

Just another example how your cloud email is not safe. In this instance, Gmail made the mistake of allowing emails to be accidentally deleted or reported as spam.   For such a major cloud email provider like Gmail, you would imagine this to be impossible. The only comforting fact is that they came clean on […]

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