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A brief history of cyber-threats — from 2000 to 2020
Many significant cybersecurity events have occurred since the year 2000 — not every one of them ‘firsts’, but all of them correlating with a change in security behaviour or protection.
Forrester's guide to staying savvy in the world of COVID-19
Remote working, charting business outlook and CX are covered in this piece filled with advice for operating in the world of the pandemic.
Slack's 2019 feature roadmap unveiled
Including shared channels across organisations, workflow automation, greater email and calendar integration, and streamlined search.
Outlook for iOS and Android is now fully powered by the Microsoft Cloud
No matter which industry you’re in—from banking to the public sector—we’re committed to help you address your legal, regulatory and compliance needs.
Zendesk adds customer service add-in to Outlook
“The Zendesk and Outlook integration seamlessly connects these systems for anyone who wants to get their daily work done in a more efficient way."
New update to Gmail incorporates all email providers
The new Gmail app will work not only with Gmail addresses, but also with Outlook, Yahoo and any IMAP- or Exchange-based email accounts.
Google offers 'helpful assistant' with new Calendar upgrade
Google has launched a brand new calendar app, considered the biggest makeover since its launch.
Is Google right, do we have “no legitimate expectation of privacy” in email?
"Google may say one thing to consumers, but their true colours always come out in court."
Microsoft cuts linked Outlook accounts
"It's a new world" as email service ramps up security, cutting linked Outlook accounts in a bid to thwart hackers.
Microsoft and Google unite over Outlook
The warring companies, in the midst of yet another slanging match, set troubles aside as Microsoft integrates Google Chat into Outlook.com.
If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the data centre
Following a lengthy outage to Outlook and Hotmail last week, Microsoft has responded, blaming an overheated data centre as the problem.
Outlook good for post-Hotmail Microsoft
Over 1.5 million users sign up to Microsoft's new Outlook.com, less than 12 hours after it's launch.
Mud wrestling: Microsoft targets Gmail
Microsoft, that paragon of virtue which has always put customer interests first, has the old Googler square in its sights.
Microsoft revamps Hotmail service
Microsoft has announced changes to its free online email service to try and claw back ground on Google’s Gmail alternative.