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Search Tags: e-mail
If you get an e-mail asking you to download a Census form, don't do it.
Tags: Census , census 2010 , malware , National White Collar Crime Center , email , scams , crimes , post office , Postal Service , social security number , identity theft , Bob Kur , Colleen Kelleher
As the president calls on agencies to streamline its regulatory process, the Social Security Administration has set up an e-mail account to take ideas from the public.
The Army is nearly finished with the testing phase of its new DISA-hosted enterprise e-mail service and plans to begin migrating users into the cloud in mid-February.
Mashable's Pete Cashmere writes in CNN that Facebook may be unveiling an e-mail service.
The TNS Digital Life study breaks Internet users around the world into six groups, in order to help advertisers get a better idea of how to target consumers online.
Seventy two percent of Americans check their work e-mail while on vacation, when they are taking time off, on a weekend and/or on another non-work day.
Agency issues RFP for e-mail through software-as-a-service. GSA asks for 39 mandatory services with the hope of reducing the cost and modernizing its systems. The new system could support as many as 30,000 users.
Current federal regulations are fairly explicit on the kinds of federal agency records that must be kept by law. But what happens when the law hasn't kept up with changes in communications in the Internet age? A government attorney who has helped almost every federal agency comply with records management regulations addresses a recent National Archives conference.
Tags: management , best practices , NARA , Records Administration Conference , Jason Baron , Director of Litigation for the Office of General , records , Electronic Message Preservation Act , Max Cacas