by Ray Schultz on May 16, 4:30 PM
How did bad actors interfere in our election and almost bring institutions down with a global malware attack? Here's how.
by Ray Schultz on May 15, 4:59 PM
Yahoo is contesting a class-action suit accusing it of not delivering on its ad-blocking service.
by Ray Schultz on May 12, 4:12 PM
B2B marketers need to get a handle on measurement and attribution. Why are almost a third relying on their email platform for results?
by Ray Schultz on May 11, 3:01 PM
It's enough to make you swell with pride: The U.S. was the source of 41% of the world's phishing attacks last year, making it the global leader.
by Ray Schultz on May 10, 2:01 PM
It's the hot new email marketing technology. Here's what it might do for you.
by Ray Schultz on May 9, 3:59 PM
When all the blather and apologies are done, Unroll.me's data program looks just a little sneaky.
by Ray Schultz on May 8, 4:35 PM
Most consumers don't have a clue as to which email services will protect their privacy. Almost half can't answer the question.
by Ray Schultz on May 5, 2:34 PM
People forget most of the content they read, which makes you wonder why CEOs waste money on it. Here are some ways around the problem.
by Ray Schultz on May 4, 1:47 PM
You'd think that large institutions like Apple would be immune to a phishing attack. But the scammers agree with that old movie: "Never steal anything small."
by Ray Schultz on May 3, 1:50 PM
The U.S. Postal Service has finally decided to get into the email business. That is, it is offering to send you email with images of postal letters that arrive for you that day.