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May 13, 2008 11:25 a.m.
When it was first suggested, I was immediately against it. The thought of outsourcing our company email to anyone, even Google, was simply not acceptable.
However, when asked "Why?" I stumbled and stammered. "Because we are an Internet company and, well, we just have to do our own email?" I trailed off, ending in a weak question as I heard myself.
Then the ever-so patient folks that handle our systems quietly pointed out:
- Gmail supports our domain
- It offers 99.9% uptime guarantee
- It is available through POP, IMAP and Web
- It manages spam beautifully
- It costs $50 per year ...
Updated 07/14/10 @ 11:25AM CDT by brian
May 06, 2008 11:27 a.m.
In another chapter of our deteriorating privacy rights, a recent ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals allows border agents to examine the contents of any electronic device and seize the devices for a period of time.
According to the court documents, the issue started in July 2005 when Mike Arnold arrived at LAX from a three-week vacation in the Philippines. He was randomly selected by a Customs agent for secondary questioning. The agent asked him questions and examined the contents of his luggage, which contained a laptop, hard drive, CDs and a Flash drive. The ...
Updated 07/14/10 @ 11:27AM CDT by brian
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