Mis-sending emails has been a problem since the dawn of email. We’ve all been there. You ‘replied all’ instead of to a single, intended recipient.
Now there’s another common syndrome in the working world that I’d like to shed a light on: “Payment Paranoia”.
It’s summer now, and you’re going to be headed on a nice vacation soon. You’re putting together all your to-do lists so you can truly escape from the office without anyone bothering you. About a week out from your big trip, you ask your colleague, Jerry, to cover for you on some key accounts. Jerry, being the mensch that he is, agrees. After crafting that clever out-of-office reply, you’re now ready to send over your login credentials to Jerry who happens to work remotely in Tashkent.
Welcome to the New Revolution in Internet Security and Privacy. Control Your Content Whenever, Wherever It May Be — Even After Sending Coming off this past July 4 weekend, we’ve had a lot of time to reflect on the true meaning of freedom, especially since this word gets tossed around so much that it almost […]
RSecurity, True Content Control for Those Embarrassing Email Moments Has something like this happened to you recently? You spend 45 mins composing a very well thought out email to your boss with plans and projections for the next quarter. You read through it for typos and other mistakes, double check the math on some KPIs […]
I’m Confused, Is it Black Friday, Cyber Friday, or Cyber Monday on Friday? According to Wikipedia, the earliest known use of “Black Friday” to refer to the day after Thanksgiving occurred in the journal, Factory Management and Maintenance (I can’t say I subscribe), for November 1951 and again in 1952.
Protect-the-Thread, Tie Up Loose Ends that Your Email Encryption Cannot Touch If you’re like me, you’re a human, and you know that as humans, we’re error prone. Sometimes we take the easy way out (but only when it comes to technology of course 😊). However, taking the easy way when it comes to email can put […]
Get Some Rest (for Your Files) for the Rest of Your Summer As we head into one of the summer’s final weekends, I’m doing the usual exercise of wondering where all the time went. This certainly was not a restful summer for the world what with Delta variants, ransomware attacks, record-setting wildfires and now hurricanes […]
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