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  • The New Rules of Email Deliverability

    Sponsored by: SparkPost

    Take a closer look at this guide to get up to speed on the rapidly changing state of email deliverability, with 10 new rules including updates to old practices and emerging techniques.

  • Email Security that Matters at the Macro-Security Level

    Sponsored by: GreenPages Inc.

    Find out how digital transformation is expanding attack surfaces and learn how to defend against the email threats that traditional security approaches have failed to keep up with.

  • How to Identify the Right Tools, Technology and Talent to Get More Done

    Sponsored by: Evernote

    Many SMBs are keen to adopt technology tools in some areas of their business but they tend to stick to archaic collaboration processes. Automating manual collaborative processes does not need to be difficult. This resource details 6 steps for selecting automated collaboration technologies for your business.

  • The State of Transactional Email: 2018

    Sponsored by: SparkPost

    This infographic highlights why automated transactional emails are an integral part of your customer experience strategy and how to improve the effectiveness of yours.

  • The Product Manager’s Guide to Email

    Sponsored by: SparkPost

    Explore how email notifications and other app-generated email messages can help product teams building fast-growing services make the most of email in their products, and how product development teams can messages in their apps to nurture user engagement.

  • 10 Steps to Great Email Deliverability

    Sponsored by: SparkPost

    Tap into this resource for 10 best practices and key configuration steps to optimize your email deliverability and get your message out to the best audience.

  • Transactional Email Benchmark Report 2018

    Sponsored by: SparkPost

    Inside, uncover results from a survey conducted by SparkPost and view a snapshot of the state of transactional email in 2018, as well as 8 key findings and 5 core recommendations.

  • The Keys to Email Delivery for App Developers & Product Managers

    Sponsored by: SparkPost

    Find out why customer have increasingly come to expect smooth, cohesive experiences across devices and channels, and why email delivery is one of the top challenges for businesses trying to serve customers online.

  • Securing Office 365 with MobileIron

    Sponsored by: MobileIron

    As more and more employees use Office 365 on mobile devices instead of on traditional PCs, it's become increasingly important, and difficult, to secure and deploy the app on mobile devices. Download this white paper to learn about an app security platform that solves these challenges.

  • 2018 Beyond the Phish Report

    Sponsored by: Wombat Security Technologies

    In this Beyond the Phish report, uncover findings related to end-user risk, including identification of phishing threats, and a comparison of end-user knowledge levels across 16 industries.

  • From Chaotic Communications to a Unified Approach

    Sponsored by: RingCentral

    Learn about the impact of a unified communications platform on your organization's ability to collaborate effectively.

  • Is Communications Overload Causing Your Organization to Underperform?

    Sponsored by: RingCentral

    A survey commissioned by Adobe found that the average person spends 30 hours each week using email. Leverage this resource to answer whether or not communications overload is causing your organization to underperform.

  • Primer for Protection Against Cyberattacks: Business Email Compromise

    Sponsored by: TrendMicro

    In this primer, learn how business email compromise (BEC) attacks make inroads to businesses of all sizes. Then explore some strategies on how you can avoid becoming a victim of this scam.

  • How the Cloud Helps you Find More Time in the Busy World of Real Estate

    Sponsored by: Vonage

    Read this resource to learn how new cloud-based communication technology can help streamline your business processes and help increase your customer's satisfaction.

  • 4 Ways to Reduce the Risk of Ransomware

    Sponsored by: Citrix

    In recent years, ransomware such as Locky and KeRanger have emerged as a top threat, not just to consumers, but to businesses with high-value data. Read this white paper for 4 best practices to protect yourself from this costly threat.

  • How to Build an Enterprise Cybersecurity Plan

    Sponsored by: Fortinet, Inc.

    A cybersecurity action plan is a crucial part of achieving a state of cybersecurity readiness. Inside this guide, industry expert Peter Sullivan explains what goes into these plans and how to get one started.

  • 10 Things You Need to Know About Ransomware

    Sponsored by: Cylance

    As threatening as ransomware sounds, damage can be avoided with increased user awareness coupled with the right security practices. In this resource uncover the 10 facts your organization should know about ransomware.

  • The Multichannel Customer Care Report

    Sponsored by: Zendesk

    Today's customer wants the personalized experience of human communication but expects the speed and ease of automated services – thereby creating a paradoxical conundrum for businesses. Uncover the key findings of this 2017 customer care report to learn about multichannel strategies for meeting rising expectations.

  • The myth of email as proof of communication

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Increasingly, there is a need for organisations to be able to prove the content of communications between themselves and other parties. Analyst group Quocirca looks at the options.

  • PwC: A Security Framework for Business Leaders

    Sponsored by: Palo Alto Networks

    Don't satisfy yourself with the status quo. In this guide, access an extensive security framework which will analyze, detect, prevent, and respond to all known and unknown cyber threats. Learn how to formulate a strategy that will rapidly automate protection, extend network visibility, and more.

  • 6 Customer Service Channels You Need to Support

    Sponsored by: Freshworks

    Inside this e-guide, you'll uncover the importance of economic supply and demand and an overview of the pros and cons of 6 customer service channels to improve customer experience.

  • Consider a Move to Hyperconvergence

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    You need to keep your email running efficiently at all times; that's where hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) comes in to play. Access this white paper to learn about the intersection of these technologies and how HCI supports email applications like Exchange.

  • Navigating The Evolving Threat Landscape with Network Security

    Sponsored by: TrendMicro

    Discover why targeted attacks are the weapon of choice: a far more lucrative tactic that uses malware purpose-built to bypass defenses and penetrate the network of a single organization. Learn how to combat these threats with network security tactics.

  • Squash Large Business Email Security Challenges

    Sponsored by: Intermedia Net

    If you're a large enterprise, your security needs are unique. So don't take advice from a small organization, and learn how to accommodate the challenges specific to your size. This exclusive e-guide explores some Exchange security challenges and considerations that large enterprises face on a daily basis.

  • Office 365: Upgrading Enterprise Security

    Sponsored by: Symantec Corporation

    You must carefully evaluate the risks associated with adopting any platform that streamlines access to company information. Examine here the security features of Microsoft Office 365, and discover the cloud security gaps that could hinder its adoption.

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