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    Hitting Reply-All could be a security risk? [video]

    Posted February 10, 2011 - 6:04 pm

    tweetmeme_source = 'ITworld'; If you’re a fan of trying to get rid of Reply-All Syndrome (the condition by which an employee at a company feels the need to consciously or sub-consciously hit the Reply-All button to an e-mail sent to a lot of people, instead of just the sender), this week is a good week for you. First, one of the more entertaining Super Bowl XLV ads was from Bridgestone, in which an employee “accidentally” hits Reply-All to an e-mail message, and then has to destroy every computer or mobile device that could access said e-mail. Enjoy this “extended version” of the ad, which gives our hero a bit of revenge at the guy who pranked him: Now comes word that Reply-All behavior may be a security risk.
  • The White House Goes Web

    Posted November 10, 2008 - 12:41 pm

    If you ever doubted the power of new marketing models using the Web, e-mail, and text messages, get over that now. The Washington Post reports in their story “Under Obama, Web Would Be the Way,” how the president-elect will continue to use the huge mailing list developed during the campaign to connect directly to supporters. Previous presidents could only use expensive direct mail to speak to their supporters without going through the traditional media, but Obama plans to keep open the direct communication link that served him so well during the campaign.

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