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Email continues to be the most common communication channel for small businesses to interact with their clients, but it’s also one of the least secure. Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn has advice on your email encryption needs.
Amazon says a technical error on its website exposed the names and email addresses of some customers. The online retail giant says it has fixed the issue and emailed those affected.
On Friday the e-commerce giant said it had notified affected customers, adding that the seller had been blocked from Amazon.
Banning internal emails to encourage face-to-face communication and instituting pay transparency policies are among the workplace trends a few employers are experimenting with.
Did a Bethesda-based activist group go too far when it published the email addresses of Montgomery County residents the Md. government handed over?
Computer safety experts suggest Yahoo users take five security steps, in the wake of what may be the biggest hack of all time.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell has spoken out against claims that his email use in some way excused the way in which Hillary Clinton handled her email usage while she was secretary of state.
Here are some of the most damaging finds from the leak of nearly 20,000 emails on Friday from top Democratic National Committee officials.
As a result of the brief and rapid nature of texting and Twitter, emails have become shorter and more informal, which is not a good thing. Follow these tips for emails that are more professional.
Google is rolling out an updated security warning system this week for Gmail users that the company says is designed to make sure they don’t fall victim to cyber attacks.
The United States Postal Service is broadening a pilot program that emails residents pictures of what’s in their snail mailboxes.
WASHINGTON — Before you shake your head disapprovingly at a co-worker whose smartphone shows tens-of-thousands of unopened emails, consider that “slacker” may be on to something. “It’s not rare to have hundreds of emails sitting…
(WASHINGTON) — The State Department published more than 7,000 pages of emails from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private account to its public records website Monday evening. It’s the fourth and largest installment of…
WASHINGTON — Impetuous e-mailers breathed sighs of relief when Google introduced “undo send” for Gmail. But there are other ways to snatch back an email that you regret sending. Some give you even more leeway,…
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.