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Cyber criminals turn to Gmail and AOL to advance attacks
“Securing oneself against this threat requires organisations to take protection matters into their own hands - this requires them to invest in sophisticated email security that leverages artificial intelligence to identify unusual senders and requests."
Slack's 2019 feature roadmap unveiled
Including shared channels across organisations, workflow automation, greater email and calendar integration, and streamlined search.
Gmail turns 15 and celebrates by unveiling new features
After being introduced as part of Google’s G Suite back in 2004, Gmail has now progressed to become one of the most dominant email platforms on the market.
Gmail’s biggest overhaul is now live
Google recently announced major improvements to Gmail on the web to help people be more productive at work.
Intuit and Google announce Quickbooks integration for invoicing
Research of more than 500 accountants and bookkeepers has highlighted challenges they faced when managing the accounts of their SMB clients.
Because you’re ‘oh so time-poor’, Gmail launches AI-powered Smart Reply
When you’re emailing on the go, it can be cumbersome & time-consuming to reply to all or even some of them - which is what Smart Reply is here to fix.
Salesforce’s Microsoft Office killer explained
We look at the software tool that Salesforce acquired in August and their plans
Are Russian hackers targeting Hillary Clinton?
Russian hackers have been targeting key staff members working for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, according to SecureWorks.
New update to Gmail incorporates all email providers
The new Gmail app will work not only with Gmail addresses, but also with Outlook, Yahoo and any IMAP- or Exchange-based email accounts.
Google offers 'helpful assistant' with new Calendar upgrade
Google has launched a brand new calendar app, considered the biggest makeover since its launch.
Google announces Inbox: is the future of email finally here?
Email started as a way to send digital notes around the office. Fast forward 30 years and you can contact virtually anyone in the world with just the phone in your pocket.
Is Google right, do we have “no legitimate expectation of privacy” in email?
"Google may say one thing to consumers, but their true colours always come out in court."
Google revamps Gmail inbox
Unfinished email service gets "a new inbox that puts you back in control."
Mud wrestling: Microsoft targets Gmail
Microsoft, that paragon of virtue which has always put customer interests first, has the old Googler square in its sights.
Google's GMail goes down
Google Web products encounter "service disruptions" around the world this morning.
Google pulls iOS Gmail app
Google has released a Gmail app for rival platform iOS, only to pull it hours later due to a bug.
Google pushes web safety after inbox hacks
Internet giant pushes safety message after successful phishing attacks on military, government and political Gmail users
Better (but fewer) ads for Gmail
Google promises to cut down on irrelevant Gmail ads and serve you ads for local offers instead.
Facebook chat globally available to Hotmail users
The ability to chat with Facebook friends via Hotmail has now gone global - goes one step further than Gmail.
Google works on finding lost Gmails
The popular Gmail service has taken a serious hit, randomly deleting emails over the weekend.
Gran Turismo 5 goes gold
Could it be? According to Polyphony Digital boss Kazunori Yamauchi, the game discs are being pressed right now.
Google releases voice and chat for U.S. users
Google has announced Gmail voice and video chat for US-based users.
Microsoft condemns Russian crackdown on dissidents
"Whatever the circumstances of the particular cases the New York Times described,
John Mayer quits Twitter
Mayer officially closed his account with the final tweet: "What does this button do?”