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  • It's Secure? Great, but can normal people use it?

    Scott Mitchell

    There was an article in a recent issue of MIT Technology Review about the difficulty of using cryptography software. Cryptography is about protecting and securing electronic information shared between a sender and recipients. But, as the author points out, “Nobody wants cryptography in and of itself. What they want is to communicate how, and with whom, they please, but safely.”

    The article discusses how today’s encryption software is “horrid” to use. Cryptographers tend to focus on how elabora...

  • Choosing the right fax server: Telephony Compatibility

    Amy Campos

    Many organizations can provide a unified communications strategy that includes FAX - an often forgotten form of communication with UC strategies.  Organizations can leverage existing network resources to help speed investment returns on IP equipment and applications.  Some additional benefits include:

    ·         Improved document and communication security

    ·         Reduced document delivery costs

    ·         Resource consolidation

    ·         Simplified IT management

    ·         Bridge data...

  • On Using Duct Tape To Hang A Picture (part 2)

    Jonathan Carroll

    In my last posting, I discussed the issues with using consumer cloud services to exchange valuable business assets. Never one to be problem-focused, I'm back with a solution...

    I’m a big believer in using the right tool for the job at hand. Using duct tape to hang a picture on a wall is maybe what you need to resort to if you don’t have a hammer and the right sort of nails. It works, but it’s awfully ugly. In the Information Exchange space, when it comes to being able to conveniently and safely ...

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