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After having worked on what I think is the right way to setup X.509 certificates for use in SMTP STARTTLS transactions (see my previous blog entry here), I am continuing my work on how we can improve the way the … Continue reading
IRG Research Paper: Thoughts from Sendmail’s Perspective – Part 1: What is messaging fabric and what are the benefits?
Internet Research Group (IRG) recently released a research paper, “A Messaging Fabric: Case for a Messaging Infrastructure Layer,” which we found to offer great insight on a topic we’ve been discussing for years – messaging infrastructure. As a provider of … Continue reading
Our professional services team tells me they’re talking more and more with systems administrators who are being pushed by their upper management to outsource the email function to help reduce IT costs. Indeed, we’ve all heard that the cloud can … Continue reading
A recent article in Processor Magazine, Planning the Security Budget, by Elizabeth Millard, got me thinking about the fact that as budgets continue to be viewed under a microscope and security measures evaluated, will we start to see a decline … Continue reading
Yesterday I read a piece by Brian Prince of eWeek – Cloud Computing to Fuel Security Market, Forrester Says and it caught my attention, as over the past few months, there have been a variety of articles and reports addressing … Continue reading