Category Archive for "Legal"

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When It Comes to Email Cloud Security, Your Defense Should Never Rest

Legal professionals face difficult decisions on a daily basis, and choosing email cloud technology is no exception. Do the cost benefits outweigh the compliance risks? Can I freely exchange client emails on my smartphone? How private is my sensitive data?

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Google Apps For Work and Secure Messaging – A Great Match for (Regulated) Businesses

As more and more businesses move to Google Apps for Work to support their business communications, email security is playing an increasingly important role. According to a recent Bitglass report, Google’s enterprise base is up to 22.8 percent from 16.3

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5 Ways Secure Messaging is Different than Standard Email Encryption

Email encryption will likely always be part of any secure messaging tool, but email security technology for businesses has come a long way in the past decade. With all of its advancements, encryption alone is where the similarities between the

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Data jurisdiction and what it means for cloud providers

Last week, our Senior Vice President of Business Development, Cameron Burke, contributed an article to SC Magazine UK on the increasingly important topic of data jurisdiction and what it means for cloud providers. Have a look at the SC Magazine UK

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Mobile Secure Messaging For Lawyers

Driven by a younger generation of lawyers, the legal profession is becoming more mobile, which creates new security channels for managers and senior partners. While lawyers are adopting mobile technology rapidly, they are not always adopting secure mobile practices according to this recent

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The Call For Law Firms To Use Secure Email

Lady Justice by Scott* 2.27.08 Nate Russell wrote this recent article on slaw.ca about the legal profession’s responsibility to adopt email encryption in the Snowden Era. The article is an excellent summary of both the importance and challenges of secure email that face the legal profession. Russell writes: “The woe-betide message for lawyers, and

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