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How to Install a Demilitarized Zone for Your Servers

This article represents a small guide to understanding the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) concept and the ways to implement it on a server. It also includes useful tips on how to increase the security of such setups, with a special focus on the...

Introduction to Antispam Practices

Competitive Antispam products, proper legislation, efforts towards a better user education, it has all been tried in order to stop spam. However, unsolicited emails keep consuming the space and time of all email users. Moreover, spam messages can be...

Ten Firefox extensions to keep your browsing private and secure

Most people lock their doors and windows, use a paper shredder to protect themselves from identity theft, and install antivirus software on their computers. Yet they routinely surf the Internet without giving a second thought to whether their browser...

Shall we contact tech support?

There are dozens of specialized forums, online documentation pages, how to and “mini” how to articles, all-knowing contacts and search engines out there. Why then would a company or an end-user need to pay technical support to a vendor?...

Protecting against the elusive Linux virus

Estimates vary, but generally it is believed that there are 100 to 500 Linux viruses out there. The tiny number of Linux viruses that do exist have never resulted in a significant outbreak. In comparison to the plethora of viruses and worms in...

Linux-Based E-mail Scanners

A short presentation of MailScanner and ClamAV , as free email scanners alternatives for Linux, from ServerWatch: I've never been comfortable with Windows-based e-mail scanners because they run on the same porous, malware friendly platform they're...

Introduction to Client/Server Networking

Ages ago (in Internet time), when mainframe dinosaurs roamed the Earth, a new approach to computer networking called "client/server" emerged. Client/server proved to be a more cost-effective way to build many types of networks, particularly...

Emails in Numbers

Here is an article that analyzes the results of independent tests performed by PC Magazine Romania comparing the AXIGEN Mail Server against two open source alternatives, Sendmail (with Dovecot) and Postfix (with Cyrus). The comparative...

Expand your email options with alternative Linux clients

Email clients are often loaded down with too many features. Rather than one big groupware package such as Outlook or Evolution, sometimes a simple email client is all you need. We look at three Linux email-only clients and see how they fare against...

Email Server Setup

Running your own email server can grant the owner a significant amount of freedom and experience.  It allows you to set up and maintain multiple email accounts and domains with ease and allows for keeping unwanted mail out of your inboxes. Also,...

Why Use a Linux Mail Server

Why use a Linux mail server? Check out the some of the advantages below. Supports POP3, IMAP and Web mail access. These are standard services that ideally should be available in any mail system for flexible email access. Is extremely...

Are Botnets Beating Us in the War on Spam?

How can we stop the madness? TQMCube’s David Hart, who currently runs a DNS blackhole list as an atonement of sorts for formerly serving as a consultant for a spammer, thinks that ISPs should simply block all unauthorized traffic on port 25,...

How Email Works

Here is a thorough article about emails, put together by Marshall Brain and Tim Crosby. Inside the article: Introduction to How Email Works; A Simple Email Server; More Complex Servers; The SMTP Server; The POP3 and IMAP Servers; IMAP Problems and...

Mail Server Blacklists and Spam

A white-list is a list of email senders whom you trust and would like to receive mail from. Conversely, a blacklist contains those that are not to be trusted. Blacklists need to be configured and administered on a server, at the ISP (Internet Service...

Linux Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) Ethernet Interface Requirements and Configuration

Demilitarized zone, used to secure an internal network from external access. You can use Linux firewall to create DMZ easily. There are many different ways to design a network with a DMZ. The basic method is to use a single Linux firewall with 3...

How Does a Mail Server Respond to Fake Email Addresses?

During a security assessment, I found that I could connect to the SMTP gateway using Telnet. I tried sending mail from a fake domain, but it was detected as a mail relay and stopped. When I sent messages to fake employees inside the organization's...

Study Finds Spam's Achilles Heel

PCWorld : Researchers at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) said they've discovered a critical weakness in the spam ecosystem that could be used to help cut off the promise of economic returns fuelling the huge growth in spam levels: In a...

Fighting Phishing Scams

Phishing is one of the most prevalent of all Internet scams. At any one time, a large number of major financial institutions and online entities around the world will be the target of phishing scammers. Some high profile institutions such as Citibank...

E-mail Worms, Rarer in 2007

E-mail worms, not long ago the scourge of the Internet, have declined sharply in 2007, a security company has revealed. According to UTM security vendor Fortinet, the incidence of mass-mailing worms has declined by 5 percent each month since the start...

How Spammers Identify Their Targets

Ask any Internet user what they hate most about being online and you will usually hear an earful about spam. Spam is considered by many to be the scourge of the Internet. It is certainly a costly problem, both in time and in the costs organizations...

How to Effectively Address Archiving Requirements for In-place Messaging Solutions

This white paper describes the integration of the AXIGEN Mail Server with the Mailarchiva archiving solution: the benefits of the integration, how it pro-actively addresses the issues arising for businesses of all sizes that work towards complying with...

ISPs Need To Overhaul Spam Reporting System, Survey Reveals

The definition of SPAM has changed from the permission-based regulatory definition of "unsolicited commercial email" to a subjective, perception-based definition centered on consumer dissatisfaction, according to a recent survey. Jointly...

The Top 5 Internal Security Threats

For years, the specter of viruses, Trojan horses and worms caused many a chief security officer to lose sleep. But it’s the enemy within that is now prompting IT staffers to ramp up security efforts. According to Forrester Research, the majority...

Email Management For Dummies

Understand the basic facts about email management -- what it is and why you need it. What is email management? Email management encompasses four areas: Security, Backup/Storage/Recover, Spam and Virus Protection, and Compliance. Each of those...

In-house Email Archiving Systems vs Hosted Systems

What are the advantages and disadvantages of an in-house email archiving system verses a hosted system? Those are really the two principle avenues for email archiving. A "hosted" system is basically an archiving system that is contracted...

Google: Spam, Virus Attacks to Get More Clever

Spam and virus threats to enterprise messaging security and compliance may level off this year compared to 2007, but social engineering techniques are evolving to challenge businesses and security software providers, according to a new report released...

How Do You Define 'Unified Communications'?

A consensus on the definition for "unified communications" may be harder to establish than you might think. For example, here are some possible definitions:      - A unified communications system routes voicemail sent to...

Spam Hits an All-Time High

But it’s not a losing battle. New technology can filter out more than 97 percent of spam — without axing legitimate messages. SoftScan, a European managed-security services provider focused on messaging, reported that spam levels...

Basic Email Management

Checking email, reading email and answering email can take up hours of time if you let it. But only if you let it. Here are four simple email management rules to help you keep control of your inbox: 1) Let your email program manage your email as much...

Email Etiquette

Top Rules for an Effective Email Communication Email is one of today’s most widely employed means of communication. Whether for personal or business purposes, email is extensively used throughout every day activities, its speed and reliability...

AXIGEN, an Innovative Messaging Solution for Organizations of All Sizes

The leading technology research firm, The Radicati Group Inc., publishes an extensive white paper reviewing the strategic importance of email messaging systems in today’s business environments and the AXIGEN Mail Server . Email is a vital...

Habeas: Email Remains Primo Communication Method

Online firm Habeas released its annual study of consumer attitudes Wednesday, which showed that email remains the "primary method of communications in personal and business capacities." The survey found that 67% of respondents prefer email...

Virtualization Spending, Strong despite Tighter IT Budgets

Despite a decline in spending on business software given a waning U.S. economy, an April 2008 survey of IT organizations shows that virtualization software spending has increased. The survey of about 2,000 respondents by Rockville, Md.-based...

What Is Email Archiving?

E-mail archiving is the process of systematically recording and saving copies of e-mail correspondence for records keeping and documentation purposes. US courts have issued guidelines on what is called 'e-discovery' or exchanging information using...

How to Purchase an Email Archiving Tool

Email's popularity has had a profound impact on archiving. But not all email archiving tools are created equal. An archiving tool must interface with your email or database system, yet impose few performance penalties against the applications using the...

The Path to Unified Communications

Unified communications represents the goal of many workplace decision makers - the integration of e-mail, telephony, presence, fax, mobile communications, collaboration tools, audio conferencing, Web conferencing and videoconferencing into a...

How to Stop Spam Disguised as Business Email

Small businesses are indeed the latest target for spammers. Most small businesses -- unlike their big business counterparts -- have less sophisticated anti-spam protection, and spammers have shifted their tactics to take advantage of an easier target....

Bad Things Keep Happening: The Current State of Messaging and Web Security

Networkworld.com publishes the conclusions of an extensive study they have conducted on email, web and instant messaging security issues within North-American mid-sized and large enterprises. Among the findings of the study, there were:   - Two...

The Darker Side of WebMail

Web-based email may be exposing you to privacy and security problems you didn't expect Web-based email is booming. Services such as Gmail, Yahoo Mail and Hotmail are convenient, accessible and, best of all, free. Many of us have come to rely on them...

100 E-mail Bouncebacks? You' ve Been Backscattered.

E-mail users are receiving an increasing number of bounceback spam, known as backscatter, and security experts say this kind of spam is growing The bounceback email messages come in at a trickle, maybe one or two every hour. The subject lines are...

The Real Issue Around Server Virtualization Security

There is a general paranoia about server virtualization in the security community that goes something like this. The server virtualization hypervisor acts as a resource switch enabling multiple virtual hosts to share a single physical system. In...

And Still the Spam Comes...

Tech vendors have made headway in the war on spam, yet spammers are returning volley with sheer numbers. Perhaps it's time for more drastic measures? "The biggest reason we're not winning the war on spam has little to do with the anti-spam...

Enterprises Baffled by Unified Communications, Survey Finds

Most small and large enterprises are uncertain of the benefits of a unified communications implementation, according to a recent survey of 2008 networking plans from Forrester Research. Fifty-five percent of the 2,187 North American and European...

Study Raises Spectre Of E-Mail Snooping By IT Pros

Many employees in the modern workplace simply assume their electronic communications are being read by IT administrators. A new study released by IT security firm Cyber-Ark Software shows that those assumptions aren't too far off base. The survey of...

7 Side Effects of Sloppy Virtualization

IT professionals may initially be awestruck by the promises of virtualization, but Gartner analysts warn that awe could turn into upset when organizations start to suffer from seven nasty side effects. Here are the reasons Gartner says virtualization...

Virtualization Software Will Help Optimize IT for Business

Using virtualisation software will not just save money and space, but also help optimise IT for business needs. CIOs who have converted to virtualization are keen to praise its cost benefits and preach the green benefits of its power savings, but...

A Day Without Email Is Like ...

When U.S. Cellular's chief operating officer, Jay Ellison, imposed a "no email Friday" rule at his company, he thought it would ease workers' overload. Instead, he got a rebellion: A growing number of employers, including U.S. Cellular,...

No Excuse For Mailbox Quotas

According to a new survey, almost two thirds of business users have to manage their own e-mail inboxes to stay under corporate capacity limits. And for almost a third, those limits are a paltry 100MB or less. C2C sponsored the third-party survey to...

Who Makes The UC Buying Decision?

Forrester Research has a new report out that offers some insights into the communications technologies that enterprises are adopting -- and are still holding off on. There's also a provocative data point on how involved business unit executives are in...

Quantifying the Time Savings from Unified Messaging

One of the more important benefits of unified messaging - the integration of e-mail, voice and fax communications in a single mailbox - is the time savings that it affords users. Here's a stab at quantifying just the voicemail-related benefits of...

High Availability Messaging Solution Using AXIGEN, Heartbeat and DRBD

In today’s business environments, we often hear the term ‘high-availability’. Whether a hardware or software solution, we aim for redundancy at all levels, so as to maximize the availability of mission-critical services and...

The Need to Archive Email Is a Growing Concern

Networkworld.com has recently conducted a study asking decision-makers in midsized and large organizations in North America about how concerned they were on a variety of issues. Here are some of the results: Email archiving: - 36% of...

Top 5 Email Management Issues

Email is pervasive in today's business environment, a fact that raises its own set of issues. In no particular order, here are the top five Issues that any business needs to know about. 1. Spam. Spam. And more spam. Email is both ubiquitous and...

Ten Considerations for Email Archiving

More and more companies are archiving their users' emails for business and legal reasons. If you haven't standardised on an archiving product, it can be a time-consuming process to find one that fits your company's needs; there are many choices...

The 25 Most Common Mistakes in Email Security

This comprehensive article from itsecurity.com presents 25 most common mistakes email users make and useful tips on how to prevent them, or as they say "25 tips to bring newbie Internet users up to speed so they stop comprimising your network...

Effective E-mail: How to Communicate Better

Tips for composing better e-mails and improving communication with clients and potential investors online. E-mail is an essential business tool. The average office worker spends 49 minutes managing e-mail daily, while upper level managers spend up...

Email Compliance

A simple 5 step guide to email compliance, specifically geared to the non-technical amongst us. With 26 billion e-mails whizzing round the world in any one day, and the numbers going up, email compliance is a matter that many companies often put on...

Unified Messaging in the Mobile Age

As employees become more mobile, technology can help them control the flow of communications with clients and vendors through one point of contact for your business: 1. Leave the office, stay in touch Employees today don’t necessarily work...

Companies Struggle to Keep Data Safe

A staggering 94% of companies admit that they are powerless to prevent confidential data from leaving their company by e-mail, according to a new study from Mimecast. It found that only 6% of respondents were confident that anyone attempting to send...

Gartner Identifies Six Best Practices to Consider Before Server Virtualization

Virtualization will be the most-important trend for servers through 2012, but there are six basic best practices enterprises should consider before they virtualize their servers, according to Gartner: 1. Start Small, Think Big Although OEMs and...

Eight E-Mail Blunders

Do you have trouble getting answers to e-mail you send? Are there some people with whom you need to communicate on a regular basis who not only don't answer your e-mail, but also are seldom available to take your phone calls? Before you chalk up...

Email Threats Trend Report

Panda Security and Commtouch have jointly issued an Email Threats Trend Report for the second quarter of 2008. Here are the major findings of the report, as released by the two companies:   - Spam levels throughout the second quarter...

Google Sees Massive Spam Spike

Spam is once again on the rise, and this time it's apparently being fueled by spam vendors that can't scale. That's the accusation being leveled by Google, which today revealed some surprising new spam figures. The fight against spam has increased in...

Spam Volume Doubles and Is More Likely to Be Malicious

Marshal TRACE Midyear Threat Report Warns 45 Percent of Internet Users Are at Risk From New Cyber Criminal Tactics Cyber criminals are using 'blended attacks' to distribute malware and links to hacked websites via email on an unprecedented scale....

IT Users Struggle on Email Archiving - survey

Employees are failing to properly archive emails, according to research, because they are often too busy or too unsure of their IT skills. Over 75% of employees said they received no guidance on the requirements and methods for email storage, and...

User Survey: E-mail maintenance inadequate

Even as organizations become more dependent on e-mail to run their businesses, many don’t dedicate enough staff or technology to prevent downtime, according to a King Research survey [...] A total of 220 respondents completed the survey.[...]...

Aussies outpacing the world in virtualisation uptake

Twice as many Australian businesses are using virtualisation than the rest of the world, according to analysts. Between 8 and 9 percent of medium to enterprise businesses are virtualizing their x86 servers, Gartner says, while global uptake remains...

The Pros and Cons of Outsourcing Enterprise Emails

As technology advances, the pros are starting to outweigh the cons. Email suffers the indignity of being pervasive to the point of obscurity. Much like toilet paper, everyone expects it to be there when needed, and to use it every single day, yet it...

Top tips for email management and archiving

Though around 30 per cent of organisations have some form of archiving in place, most consider that this would not constitute adequate control.  A recent survey by C2C found that 65% of respondents had set mailbox capacity limits meaning in...

T Managers Fear They Aren't Prepared To Operate VM Environments

Virtualization may be taking IT organizations by storm, but it's by no means a perfect storm, according to a new survey of IT managers, many of whom say they aren't prepared to operate environments that include both physical and virtual elements....

AXIGEN Reporting Service Configuration and Integration with Cacti

This extensive article describes in full details how to properly configure and use the AXIGEN reporting service, as well as the steps for integrating the AXIGEN reports within the Cacti network graphing solution. As with all modern email servers,...

Eight crazy e-mail hoaxes millions have fallen for

(ComputerWorld) Congratulations, you won the lottery in a country whose name you can't even pronounce! A wealthy oil executive in a far-off land wants to give you millions of dollars, right now! Sexy girls want to meet you! Now let's be honest. If...

With Archiving, Are You In or Out?

"What to do about data archiving? Even while many vendors continue to tout their software platforms that enable you to establish your own internal archiving system, they are rapidly buying into hosted archive technology that lets you lease the...

Is Your Mail Server Talking Back to You?

Following the general trend in the high-tech industry, reporting tools are increasingly becoming a critical part in the process of maintaining and optimizing a messaging environment. From pure management and marketing purposes, they have now turned...

Rush to deploy virtualisation leaves security gaps

(ZDNet Australia) Server virtualisation is a no-brainer -- it's quick to deploy and easy to justify in terms of cost-savings, but too many companies are deploying the technology without considering the security implications. Server virtualisation has...

15 Email Statistics That Are Shaping The Future

(Convince & Convert) Which of These Email Marketing Stats Scare You Most? 1. 21% of email recipients report email as Spam, even if they know it isn’t 2. 43% of email recipients click the Spam button based on the email “from”...

10 dumb things IT pros do that can mess up their networks

(TechTepublic Blogs) End users aren’t the only ones whose misguided actions can bring a smooth-running network to a screeching halt. IT pros make their share of mistakes, too — from sliding on DR planning to stalling on repairs to ignoring...

Virtualization, Looking Beyond the Numbers

(ServerWatch) Whether you credit the bad economy or accelerated maturity, virtualization appears to have arrived. So says IDC. The research firm released a report late last week, tracking virtualization use. Usage was picked over deployments chiefly...

India is the Number One Spamming Nation in Asia

(CRN Network) According to Trend Micro, India is the seventh largest spam sender in the world. It is the leader among Asian countries in spam, accounting for more than 4 percent of the total global spam. It is ahead of other Asian countries such as...

E-Mail Tips From Hassle-Free PC

(PC World) Blogger Rick Broida shares a few tips on how to improve your Gmail and Outlook experience: Manage Multiple Gmail Accounts With Gmail Manager At the risk of sounding greedy, I have five Gmail accounts. Hey, Google makes the rules,...

Spam Still On The Skids

(By David Hamilton, theWHIR.com) Two weeks since web hosting provider McColo - the alleged host to some of the most heinous criminals on the Internet - went offline, analytics firms across the web have found that global volume of spam has dropped by...

Report: Hackers Will Be Bolder, Smarter, Craftier in 2009

(TechNewsWorld) Malicious computer hackers will utilize better technological and psychological techniques in the year ahead, according to a security report from equipment vendor Cisco. Targeted attacks, cross-vector attacks and a rise in threats...

Beyond consolidation: five reasons why you should start virtualizing

(Bob Violino, Accelerate) Virtualization isn’t just for large enterprises. Small and midsize businesses (SMBs) are finding that virtualizing servers can be a viable IT strategy. And although server consolidation is the primary reason many...

AXIGEN, the Easy and Effective Way to Mobile Email

Today’s business world is fast-paced, highly versatile and mobile. Multiple branches, employees traveling from one city to another for weeks in a row, customers from multiple countries and time zones become commonplace, forcing companies to rely...

Expand Your Mail Server to Suit Your Needs: AXIGEN and Third Party Software Integration

Lately, more and more companies that rely on IT services have begun to understand the true benefits of network subsystem interaction. Some of the well established examples are already accepted as being the de facto way of doing things. To a lot of...

AntiVirus and AntiSpam email scanning. The Axigen-Kaspersky solution

The present document offers a comprehensive analysis of the ways to secure corporate email systems. It provides an expert opinion on the available approaches, architectures and deployment options for implementing security applications in the email...
News posted by cristina

2 million euro investment in the Axigen mail server

Gecad Technologies, the company developing the AXIGEN Mail Server, announced this month the first round of investments from a consortium of important venture capitals and technology companies such as Global Finance, 3TS-Cisco Growth Fund III and...

Parallels and AXIGEN Offer SaaS Solution

AXIGEN, the professional mail server vendor, and Parallels, worldwide leader in virtualization and automation software, have launched a strategic technological partnership to offer an integrated AXIGEN Mail Server and Parallels Virtuozzo Containers...

AXIGEN Releases New Version with Groupware Functionalities

AXIGEN, the professional messaging solution vendor, has released the commercial version of AXIGEN Mail Server 6.0. The new version is designed to effectively address the requirements of both collaborative enterprises and service providers offering...

AXIGEN & MailArchiva Strategic Partnership

AXIGEN, the professional messaging solution vendor, and Stimulus Software, vendor of the MailArchiva email archiving system, have announced the closure of a partnership aimed at integrating email messaging and archiving functionalities. Through this...

The AXIGEN Mail Server Brings Emails To Your Mobile Phone

AXIGEN, the professional messaging solution vendor, has announced the release of a new version, AXIGEN Mail Server 6.1. The new beta release allows mobile phone users to access their mailbox through the Mobile WebMail interface.The new mobile messaging...

AXIGEN Releases New 6.1 Version with Mobile Messaging Functionalities

AXIGEN has released the commercial version of the AXIGEN Mail Server 6.1.Here is a glimpse of the features newly-made available by AXIGEN v6.1:1. Mobile WebMail Interface – enables users to access their email accounts from mobile phones with...

Upgrading Your Email Server

FREE Webinar. Presentation and registration details, available here:Gecad Technologies SA, vendor of the AXIGEN Mail Server, organizes on July 15th a webinar called "Upgrading Your Email Server".The webinar will present the basic concepts and...

High Availability for SMB; Clustering for Extended Setups

FREE Webinar. Find out more about the webinar and registration:Gecad Technologies, vendor of the AXIGEN professional messaging solution, delivers on July16th, 2008, a webinar called "High Availability for SMB; Clustering for Extended...

AXIGEN Mail Server 6.1 Beta for Windows Operating Systems

AXIGEN has released yet another version of its messaging solution: AXIGEN Mail Server 6.1 Beta for Windows operating systems. The new beta release runs on Windows Server 2003 and on Windows XP platforms, bringing all the high-end functionalities of the...

AXIGEN Certified Engineer Training Course

The AXIGEN Mail Server – "Certified Engineer" training course will acquaint students with the basic concepts that underlie the architectural design of the product. In addition, the core services and their functions are also...

Google Says Infected Spam Is Getting Worse

The company's Postini corporate e-mail security service reported that the volume of e-mail virus attacks peaked at almost 10 million on a single day.On its enterprise blog on Tuesday, Google plans to report that it saw more infectious spam messages in...

AXIGEN Releases New Version for Windows Based Platforms

The commercial version of the Axigen Mail Server for Windows operating systems is now available. Version 6.1 runs on Windows Server 2003 and on Windows XP platforms, bringing all the high-end functionalities of the Axigen messaging solution to Windows...

AXIGEN and Commtouch to Launch Integrated Email Security Product

AXIGEN, a leading messaging solution provided by Gecad Technologies, and Commtouch, a provider of email and web security technology, today announced the signing of a licensing agreement aimed at launching an integrated product combining AXIGEN Mail...

AXIGEN Releases New Version with Real Time Antispam Protection

AXIGEN, the professional messaging solution vendor, announces today the commercial release of version 6.2 of the AXIGEN Mail Server featuring Commtouch’s real time antispam protection and many other important security and delegated administration...

Siteconcept to Distribute the AXIGEN Mail Server in France

Bordeaux, France, and Bucharest, Romania, October 16, 2008 – AXIGEN (http://www.axigen.com), the professional messaging solution vendor, and Siteconcept (http://www.siteconcept.com), one of the leading distributors of security products in France,...

Amazis.net to Distribute AXIGEN in Poland

Bucharest, Romania, October 21, 2008 – AXIGEN (http://www.axigen.com), the professional messaging solution vendor, and Amazis.net Sp. z.o.o. (http://www.axigenmail.pl), one of the largest Polish system integrators, announced today the closure of...

PC Stars to Distribute the AXIGEN Mail Server in China

Beijing, China, and Bucharest, Romania, October 28, 2008 – AXIGEN (http://www.axigen.com), the professional messaging solution vendor, and PC Stars (http://www.pcstars.cn), one of the leading online software distributors and Saas (Software as a...

Yahoo!, Microsoft, Western Union Fight E-mail Lottery Scams

Yahoo!, Microsoft, Western Union and the African Development Bank have closed a partnership meant at fighting lottery email scams and educating Internet users about the threats they pose. Such scams generally announce email users that they have won...

AXIGEN and Hostway Partner in SaaS Messaging Offer

AXIGEN (http://www.axigen.com), the professional messaging solution vendor, and Hostway Romania (http://www.hostway.ro), leading hosting solution provider, announced on November 2008 the signing of a business agreement aimed at including hosted AXIGEN...

AXIGEN and AVG Partner for Improved Email Security

Amsterdam, Netherlands and Bucharest, Romania, December 15, 2008 – AXIGEN (http://www.axigen.com), the professional messaging solution vendor, and AVG Technologies (http://www.avg.com), a global Internet security software provider, announce today...

AXIGEN and TJC Partner for Turnkey Email Appliance Offering

St. Louis, USA, and Bucharest, Romania, January 13, 2009 – AXIGEN, the professional messaging solution vendor, and The Joseph Company (TJC, http://www.tjco.net), leading technology integrator, announce today the launch of a turnkey email...

AXIGEN Announces New Partnership in Canada

Bucharest, Romania and Mississauga, Canada, January 28, 2009 – AXIGEN (http://www.axigen.com), the professional messaging solution vendor, and the DMSource Corporation (http://dmsource.ca/), top IT infrastructure and web solution services...

Softcell Technologies to Distribute AXIGEN Messaging Solutions in India

Mumbai, India and Bucharest, Romania, August 6th, 2009. AXIGEN (http://www.axigen.com), the professional messaging solution vendor, announces today the signing of a distribution agreement with Indian company Softcell Technologies...

Axigen Unveils New 7.4 Version & Licensing Model with Free Email Users

Bucharest, Romania – June 09, 2010 – Axigen, the professional messaging solution vendor (www.axigen.com), announces today the release of the new 7.4 commercial version of its integrated email, calendaring and collaboration platform. Axigen...

The Moldavian National Telecommunications Operator Chooses AXIGEN for New Email Service

Bucharest, Romania – November 3, 2010 – AXIGEN, the professional messaging solution vendor (http://www.axigen.com), and Moldtelecom, the national telecommunications operator in the Republic of Moldova (http://www.moldtelecom.md), announce...

Boost Efficiency with Axigen Version 7.6 and Instant Messaging

Bucharest, Romania – November 24, 2010 – Axigen, the professional messaging solution vendor (http://www.axigen.com), announces the release of Axigen version 7.6, featuring new administration and automation tools, as well as the availability...

Axigen Enters Indonesia through MTI

Bucharest, Romania - February 17, 2011 - Axigen (http://www.axigen.com), the professional messaging solution vendor announced today the signing of a partnership agreement with PT Martunas Tamita Indonesia (MTI - http://www.mti.co.id), the company's...
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ISPCON SPRING 2008

The Spring 2008 event will take place on May 13th - 15th, and will focus on GETTING REAL in the Internet industry and the success stories of those who are. The overwhelming majority of selected sessions will include the hottest trends, technologies,...

Webhosting Day 2008

Each year more than 500 of the top decision makers from the most important European webhosting companies attend Webhosting Day for an exchange of the latest trends in the industry, to gain new impressions and to forge closer networking contacts. The...

ETech 2008

At the 2008 version of ETech, the O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference, we'll take a wide-eyed look at the brand new tech that's tweaking how we are seen as individuals, how we choose to channel and divert our energy and attention, and what...

Gartner Symposium/ITxpo

Gartner Symposium/ITxpo is the industry's largest and most strategic conference for senior IT and business professionals.Date: 6-10 April, 2008Location: Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, NVRegistration and additional details regarding this conference and other...

RSA Conference 2008

Join the most comprehensive forum in information security. Come learn about the latest trends and technologies, get access to new best practices, and gain insight into the practical and pragmatic perspectives on the most business critical issues facing...

FOSDEM 2008

The eighth FOSDEM is a two-day event organized by volunteers to promote the widespread use of Free and Open Source software.FOSDEM is a free and non-commercial event organized by the community for the community. The goal is to provide Free Software and...

2008 Linux/Open Source on Wall Street

The event will focus on enterprise Linux and open source technologies, and their adoption in the datacenters of financial markets firms. Killer applications, including virtual appliances and virtualization, Linux-as-a-Service and realtime/low latency...

EclipseCon 2008

Eclipse is an open source community whose projects are focused on building an open development platform comprised of extensible frameworks, tools and runtimes for building, deploying and managing software across the lifecycle.EclipseCon is the premier...

Voice Con Orlando 2008

VoiceCon Orlando 2008: Building Your IP Telephony Platform - We are poised for a new era in enterprise communications. As IP Telephony platforms roll out, expectations for what they’ll deliver have expanded.There are two key issues facing every...

Washington State Technology Summit

Leading innovators will share the latest breakthroughs in science and technology at the 2008 Washington State Technology Summit. Washington Technology Center is pleased to host the 2008 Washington State Technology Summit. The 2008 Technology...

STPCon Spring 2008

Join hundreds of other software developers, development managers, test/QA managers and senior test professionals at the Software Test & Performance Conference™ Spring 2008!More than 70 classes and full day tutorials cover software test/QA and...

USENIX Linux Storage and Filesystem Workshop

Date: Feb 25-26, 2008Location: San Jose, California For further details, please visit: www.usenix.org/events/

2008 USENIX Annual Technical Conference

Join us in Boston, MA, June 22–27, 2008, for the 2008 USENIX Annual Technical Conference. USENIX Annual Tech has always been the place to present groundbreaking research and cutting-edge practices in a wide variety of technologies and...

LinuxWorld Conference & Expo

Here are some new features for 2008: At the Mobile Linux Conference at LinuxWorld, attendees can take advantage of in-depth technical training, strategic insights and gain hands-on experience in the mobile arena focusing on Linux and open source...

linux.conf.au

The 10th edition of linux.conf.au will take place on January 21-24, 2009, in Hobart, Tasmania.According to event organizers, the conference will open on Wednesday January 21st 2009 and run through Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, to finish with a...

USENIX OSDI '08

The 8th USENIX Symposium on Operating Systems Design and Implementation (OSDI '08) brings together professionals from academic and industrial backgrounds in what has become a premier forum for discussing the design, implementation, and implications of...

Time to delegate! Make room for more business

In a business environment where employing hosted hardware and software solutions, multiple branches and shared responsibility are commonplace, Axigen Mail Server comes with a set of features aimed at rendering administration tasks easy to manage and to...

Comply with Data Retention Regulations while Preserving User Privacy

Learn how to implement messaging data retention policies and secure user privacy Complying with the laws in force regarding data retention and preservation is a must for virtually any company offering publicly available electronic communications...

Linux Messaging for Large Scale Enterprise and Service Provider Environments

Join us for a highly-informative and interactive online conference organized together with The Radicati Group, one of the most successful market research firms in the computer and telecommunications industry today. At the core of this live event stands...

Live Webinar: AXIGEN - The Exchange Alternative for a Significantly Lower TCO

If you need the benefits of Exchange, but need to lower your IT costs, is there a way you can do that? Are there email systems out there that will offer the benefits you need and allow you to keep Outlook on the desktop, while significantly lowering...

AXIGEN Webinar: Revenue Opportunities for VARs and IT Integrators

Value Added Resellers (VARs) and IT Integrators worldwide can successfully build and expand their business around the AXIGEN Mail Server line of products which deliver a solid platform for revenue growth and boosted customer satisfaction. So why not...

Axigen Live Webinar: Cluster Computing Vs. Cloud Computing

Join our free, live webinar to gain a comprehensive insight on the two concepts governing the present and the future, respectively, of the IT industry - the already established and proven technology used in clustering systems today and the newer trend...

Axigen Live Webinar on Hosted Email Hosting: Should Service Providers Go Hosted?

Axigen, the professional messaging solution vendor, organizes on October 13 and 15, 2009 a free, live webinar that explores the key factors to consider when deciding to use hosted messaging as a Service Provider (SP). We invite you to join this webinar...
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