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[6 Oct 2009 | No Comment | 511 supporters]
IBM Launches Secure, Reliable Cloud Email Service for $3 per User

Nokia, Dow Chemical Sign up for IBM Cloud Services
IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced LotusLive iNotes, a new email service that delivers the benefits of cloud computing with a focus on reliability, privacy and security, to millions of mainstream business users starting at $3 per user, per month.
The new IBM LotusLive iNotes cloud service allows overburdened IT departments to take advantage of IBM’s leadership in enterprise collaboration for a range of on- or off-premise messaging capabilities, including mail that works with Lotus Notes and Microsoft Exchange or operates as a …

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[6 Jun 2008 | One Comment | 1,068 supporters]

What is a Spam Firewall?
A spam firewall is a hardware device that sits between your internet firewall and LAN. It is called a “firewall” because it provides data filtering of email packets, and blocks the packets that meet the criteria of “spam”. Spam firewalls can also provide anti-virus protection, anti-spyware, anti-spoofing and anti-phishing services, depending on the model you choose. A spam firewall is not designed to protect your network against intruders such as hackers – you will need a regular internet firewall for that.
How Does a Spam Firewall Appliance …

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[4 Jun 2008 | One Comment | 1,129 supporters]

“A” record(address record) – returns a 32-bit IPv4 address, most commonly used to map hostnames to an IP address of the host.
“MX” record(mail exchange record) – maps a domain name to a list of mail exchange servers for that domain.
“CNAME” record(canonical name record) – is an alias of one name to another, the DNS lookup will continue by retrying the lookup with the new name. This is useful when running multiple services (like an FTP and a webserver) from a single IP address. Each service can then have its own …