Email has become a form of communication that companies cannot live without. In many businesses now, email may even be the most important and most commonly and widely used form of communication. In fact, in this year alone, the average business email account will receive 81 new emails per day and send approximately 39 per day (Radicati.com). That’s a lot of material coming in and out of each electronic mailbox!Read More
How do you take your email, filtered or non-filtered?
Of all the email directed to a typical business around 75% will probably be junk mail, or spam. In our experience we see anywhere between 50% and 90% across our client base. This spam may be harmless but annoying offers of products, or it could lead to serious damage to a firm's computers or data.
One area having particular impact on SMB compliance is IT and email. In many industries across Australia, business must meet compliance mandates requiring storage of current and past information. As email systems have matured, so have demands for compliance. But at the same time, the sheer volume of email traffic and file size has presented a much greater strain on IT departments to stay ahead in the game.Read More
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