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Feb 16 2019

Exchange email encryption

#exchange #email #encryption # S/MIME for message signing and encryption Applies to: Exchange Online, Exchange Server 2013 S/MIME (Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) is a widely accepted method, or more precisely a protocol, for sending digitally signed and encrypted messages. S/MIME allows you to encrypt emails and digitally sign them. When you use S/MIME with an email message, it helps the people who receive that message to be certain that what they see in their inbox is the exact message that started with the sender. It will also help people who receive messages to be certain that the message came from …

Sep 30 2017

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# Google announced during its Spring event in São Paulo, Brazil that audio-only calls would be coming soon to Duo, its one-to-one video calling app for iOS and Android. Today, the company pushed a small update to Duo for iPhone that enables this feature (which first rolled out to users in Brazil) for everyone. Available free of charge on App Store, Google Duo version 9.1 brings out VoIP audio calling along with unspecified bug fixes and product improvements. At an event in São Paulo, Brazil today, Google announced that its one-on-one video calling app, Duo, will be soon gaining audio-only …

Sep 20 2017

Desktop Encryption #desktop #email #encryption

# Protect Email Directly Between Clients Desktop Encryption It’s vital you protect and ensure authorized receipt of email communications containing sensitive and confidential data, such as client, legal or intellectual property. With Echoworx Desktop Encryption you can enforce email encryption at the desktop. Since emails are encrypted locally on the sender’s computer, email messages cannot be read until they reach the intended recipient not even by your IT department. Only those possessing the decrypt “key” can unlock the messages, instilling confidence in your customers and business partners that their communications are safeguarded. Your users will appreciate the hassle-free, one click …