• Emplify Wants to Replace Office Email With Push Notifications
    Bluebridge Digital Inc. has created a new division, to help companies replace internal email systems with push alerts. The division is called Emplify and comes after the company raised $3 million. The new app will allow companies to create employee profiles and then facilitates communications between these people through a mobile app.
  • Library of Congress Issues Seeks Email Cloud Service
    The Library of Congress wants to move its email service to the cloud after the agency's servers suffered a DoS attack. The agency filed an RFP looking to lear more about a SaaS Cloud Computing Email Solution. The responses should focus on the specifics of email functions including archiving, collaboration and advanced litigation support services.
  • Email Marketing Is Leading Channel For Small Retailers
    Email marketing is the leading customer acquisition and retention tool for small to medium sized retailers. According to new research from eMarketer, four-fifths of these retailers said email helps contribute to this outcome.
  • Polymail Email App Now on iOS Devices
    Desktop email application Polymail has introduced an iOS app. The service allows users to see profiles of the people that they are sending emails to with social media data inside. The tool also lets senders track when their emails have been opened and read.
  • 42% of American Workers Check Emails in the Bathroom
    The average American office worker receives 125 emails daily, according to Radicati Group. Interestingly, 42 percent of these workers admit to checking emails in the bathroom. The group has also found that there are 4.3 billion email users worldwide.
  • Criptext Lets You Encrypt & Unsend Emails
    Criptext allows users to encrypt emails sent in Gmail for free. The tool is designed to make it easier for lay people to encrypt, track, and unsend emails. The tool even lets users unsend and delete emails that have been forwarded and shared with others.
  • Clinton Email Attacks Republicans on White Supremacy
    Hillary Clinton's latest fund raising email has highlighted controversial comments recently said by Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa). The subject line read, "This is literally white supremacy." "Last night, prominent Republican Congressman Steve King went on national news and said that white people have contributed more to civilization than any other race," the email said inside.
  • Pokemon Go Delayed in Japan After Email Leak
    Niantic is delaying the launch of Pokemon Go in Japan after an email disclosing private details about a sponsor was leaked. The internal email from the game's sponsor, McDonalds Japan, was shared on Imgur and went viral online.
  • Turkey Blocks WikiLeaks After Site Publishes Government Emails
    Turkey has blocked access to WikiLeaks after the site published almost 300,000 emails sent by members of the president's party. Turkey's telecommunications company revealed that they took administrative measures to stop the site fro being accessible in Turkey. The news comes after an unsuccessful coup took place in Turkey.
  • British Travel Agency Mistakenly Emails Survey After Going Out of Business
    UK travel site Lowcostholidays.com is going out of business. After telling customers about the bankruptcy and letting them know that vacations they have booked through the site might not be valid, the company sent out a general survey email. The email asked recipients to share their feedback for the chance to win a GBP100 lowcostholidays voucher.
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