Article archive for 2007 – Page 4

Tuesday, May 1, 2007

‘Deep Mail’ on the White House email controversy

It appears we may have our own Deep Throat on our hands, as we continue our investigation into the White House email scandal. After we published our second article, we got an interesting email from someone with a very anonymous Gmail account. Having no self-control ourselves, we’ve nicknamed him "Deep Mail". Here are his letters to us.

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Sunday, April 1, 2007

The White House email controversy: who runs GWB43.COM?

We continue our technical analysis of the White House missing email controversy. Last week, we learned that the President’s staff uses at least two domains for email: EOP.GOV for official business and GWB43.COM for political business. This week, we explore GWB43.COM for clues into the White House email infrastructure. We’ve come up with some disturbing new questions.

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Sunday, April 1, 2007

What your company can learn from the White House email problem

What will you do when the White House email problem becomes your email problem? The current uproar about email retention at the White House may have direct meaning for Notes/Domino and Exchange sites. There are really two issues: how long is your retention policy and which emails are exempt from retention?

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Sunday, April 1, 2007

Technical analysis: the White House email controversy

Over the past few weeks, it’s come to America’s attention that some emails from the White House have gone missing. As the publisher of two of the largest publications dedicated to email and electronic communication, OutlookPower Magazine and DominoPower Magazine, ZATZ is investigating this issue. Our goal is to make clear the technical elements of the discussion. We are strictly publishers of technical information, so we’re going to do our best to completely avoid the political discussion.

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Sunday, April 1, 2007

An interview with Roger Matus on email archiving and retrieval

We continue our series of interviews with Lotus Business Partners. This week, I had the opportunity to interview Roger Matus, CEO and co-founder of InBoxer, Inc. In this very timely in-depth interview, Roger helps us understand some of the issues involved in making sure your organization’s email is archived and can be found in the event of a legal situation.

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Sunday, April 1, 2007

More thoughts on social computing and Lotus

As Marcus Foerster mentioned in last week’s article, one big subject at this year’s Lotusphere was how to get business value out of Web 2.0 applications that have already been in use on the public Internet for the last few years. This is the second in a two-part series gives an overview on the new Web 2.0 features discussed at Lotusphere, displays ways to generate business value and gives ideas on how social computing can be integrated into your business applications. Let’s see where this all takes us.

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Thursday, March 1, 2007

The joys of the time change

Contributing Editor Nancy Hand tells us about the joys of the time change. It proved far more exciting than she ever imagined it could. People were actually screaming at one another in meetings! For the full story, you’ll have to read her entertaining article.

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Thursday, March 1, 2007

Lotusphere and social computing: taking action

Lotusphere 2007 showed a great range of new opportunities for enterprises in the form of enhanced collaboration software. Web 2.0 is moving from the public Internet to businesses, connecting corporate users in a much deeper approach than we were used to. Social computing is the main focus here, and it is a big new challenge for IT managers and application developers. This two-part series gives an overview on the new Web 2.0 features discussed at Lotusphere, displays ways to generate business value and gives ideas on how social computing can be integrated into your business applications.

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Thursday, March 1, 2007

The joys of McAfee VirusScan Enterprise 8.5i vs. Notes

In this hands-on article, Contributing Editor Nancy Hand details the challenges she had getting McAfee VirusScan Enterprise 8.5i to work in a Notes environment.

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Thursday, March 1, 2007

The rest of the Lotus universe: Connections, Quickr, SameTime, and more

This is the third of four articles Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard has written on Lotusphere 2007 and all the new Lotus announcements. In this last article, he goes further in-depth on each of the key announcements and provides you with more perspective and analysis

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