SiteVision April News & Tips, 2014
SiteVision Email Upgrade Coming Soon!
In the next few weeks we’ll be upgrading your email account with an enhanced interface and features. The upgrade will be done after hours, so you should not be affected during your standard business day. Many enhanced visual, usability and security features will be included in the upgrade for administrators and users, alike! Here’s a brief overview.
Beneath the updated user interface, you’ll find a highly integrated solution, including dual Anti-Spam & Anti-Virus protection and a unified WebClient, WebAdministration interface, full mobile device synchronization and much more. Administrators have highly granular control of user rights including Read, Write, Modify and Delete and setting user limits.
Increased Security: 20+ anti-spam technologies help ensure high accuracy for increased security. Through sophisticated behavior analysis, artificial intelligence & auto-learning – spam protection adapts to unique messaging behavior. With no management required, the longer you use IceWarp Anti-Spam, the more accurate it will become. The proprietary dual system Spam Protection & Virus Protection is fully integrated & delivers protection from threats, while intrusion prevention stops malicious or unwanted behavior in real-time.
Windows XP. Going. Going. Gone!
According to Microsoft, XP support for Enterprise customers is going away on April 8th, 2014. The same goes for Office 2003. Since nearly a third of the planet’s users still use XP, according to ZD net, it’s a bigger deal than one might think. You can read more at Microsoft and ZDNet who has positive vibes about the offering
Google is now using a secure https connection from your computer onward in its journey to wherever – this in response, of course, to leaks about NSA snooping. The fix only works with Gmail users, and not with Microsoft or Yahoo, as they haven’t yet instituted the same security measures. Both claim to be “working” on it. You can read more at CNN, and TechCrunch
Microsoft Announces Office for iPad. But Will It Matter?
The new offering attempts to take a cue from Apple’s mantra of beautiful simplicity, but does it work? According to CNN it’s an interesting, attractive offering, but whether it will replace more familiar productivity apps is questionable. Office is now available in the iTunes App Store for free – but only for reading documents. If you want to create and edit content you’ll have to pony up an Office 365 subscription, starting at $70 a year. You can read more at CNN and Engadget and ZDNet