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My company recently started using Google's enterprise mail service. We did this as part of an effort to be more efficient and more competitive. Google has great administrators and programmers who manage the service, as well as spam-detection and firewall features. And the price is ter...
Marketing Sherpa's Chart of the Week shows the results of asking marketers to rate the effectiveness of email tactics. I was happy to see that the delivery of relevant content came in at #1: This said, the drop in the effectiveness of email sent to house lists for B2B tells me that del...
NOTE: Due to the holidays, we are reposting favorite posts. Original posts will resume January 5th. I don’t know about you, but when I get long emails my eyes go running around my head. Too many words for me to take in during a busy day when I’m sure I’m suffering from some form of AD...
Have we reached the point where email’s influence over our electronic lives is waning? It is hard to imagine, especially for those of us who grew up in the minicomputer/PC era. For two generations, email was the killer application. It delivered information reliably and within a few min...
Reuters published an article titled "IBM takes on Google in business Web-mail market" - bold words but hey, this is Big Blue, right? We haven't seen much from IBM in the SaaS space yet, so this move was about time. What is surprising is the positioning of this offering, low function, l...
Global directories are obviously not new. There were efforts like X.400 and like, but then we kind of got scaled back to company-wide identities instead. So most of us just use a username (or DOMAIN\username) to log into our computer at work, and do not care that this is not globally u...
Beta software tends to frighten Big Business. They’re skeptical of the phrase “almost done”, and for good reason. They demand a finished product. There are very few exceptions to this. Take the recent news from Google as an example. A few days ago, the company finall...
We've all experience "mosquito marketing." You know what I mean - those hit and run messages you ignore because they're more irritating than valuable. Becoming a trusted expert is now the prerequisite for catching your leads' attention. Email marketing takes more than hitting send. Fin...
LiveOffice, a leading provider of software-as-a-service (SaaS), email hosting, email archiving and email continuity solutions, today launched its first-ever Client Bill of Rights. This effort represents LiveOffice's pledge to maintain absolute transparency and honest communication wit...