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Virtualization is not getting email and the web on your phone! It is not being able to sign on AOL, Yahoo, and even that touchstone of the current cyber age Google! It is also not getting text in Timbuktu or tweets from the New York Times in Tomsk. Being connected may be a necessity but it is not virtualization! Virtualization is sitting down in front of any computer and having your workplace available; it is a necessity!

 

In many, many cases there are things the client can do to cut their costs and save money.  Here are some basic tips on how to use your consultants or internal IT department to train your staff and save costs!

 
Along with employing some of the more technologically savvy ways to protect yourself when sending and receiving emails, simply practicing better email behavior can go a long way. By being more conscious of your personal email conduct, you can decrease your vulnerability to email scams and malicious attacks. Practicing security-minded emailing also protects your coworkers and employees, in addition to the people in your address book which can make you a better Internet citizen. In this article, we'll cover some basic steps which you can take to become a security-minded emailer.
 

Regardless of whether you use an email application such as Outlook or Mail, or if you simply point your browser to Gmail or Yahoo to check your email, you should always make sure that you are using a secure connection. A secure connection between your computer and your mail server is one in which your computer is able to recognize that the mail server it is communicating with is indeed the intended server. This connection is verified by use of certificates which a website obtains from a certificate authority as a means of being able to certify to your computer that they are who they say they are.

 


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