IronPort E-mail Authentication

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Most spam, viruses, phishing, and e-mail denial-of-service attacks can be traced back to a single common cause: lack of e-mail protocol authentication. This lack of authentication means that a receiving mail server cannot reliably verify that a particular message is in fact from the sender it claims to be from, making it harder to distinguish friend from foe. Find out more about new standards that can help.

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The Complete Guide to Google Apps Security: Building a Comprehensive Google Apps Security Plan

Innovative cloud technologies require new ways of approaching security when it comes to data; traditional systems may be outdated and no longer suffice. Google Apps for Work does provide security within their system, but every company should check for potential protection gaps that may remain. When used in conjunction with other apps, Google Apps for Work gives your business the best protection and fully secures your company’s data. Ensuring your business has the top security measures in place allows people to work with confidence within the cloud, whether workers are onsite or mobile.

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A Day in the Life of the Mobile Worker

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Working remotely, on mobile devices, and in a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) environment means that in a typical day, employees require secure mobile access to all kinds of networks and information. This document outlines the mobility approach of Pulse Secure—a provider of access and mobile security solutions. The company looks at some typical daily processes a mobile worker will encounter, including working from home, checking e-mail while traveling, and accessing a corporate network from a personal device. Read More

A Day in the Life of the Mobile Worker

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Working remotely, on mobile devices, and in a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) environment means that in a typical day, employees require secure mobile access to all kinds of networks and information. This document outlines the mobility approach of Pulse Secure—a provider of access and mobile security solutions. The company looks at some typical daily processes a mobile worker will encounter, including working from home, checking e-mail while traveling, and accessing a corporate network from a personal device. Read More

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