Newsletter April 2011
- Roadshow "Email as a business process - How to fulfil the legal requirements"
- iQ.Suite news: iQ.Suite 12.3 for Lotus Notes Domino 7/8.x
- GROUP now on Twitter
- GROUP training scheduled for April and May
- iQ.Suite Tips and Tricks for Lotus Domino: Backup-optimised data storage for iQ.Suite Store
- Exchange/SMTP corner: Check file attachments in IQ.Suite quarantine
1. Roadshow "Email as a business process - How to fulfil the legal requirements"
At our event, you will find out how to tackle the most important
challenges in your email system and at the same time comply with legal
requirements. Topics range from legal aspects, comprehensive data
protection through full virus and spam protection to tamper-proof
Come and see us on 6 May in London and on 20 May in Manchester. A legal expert with over 15 years’ experience in data protection will give you an overview of legal aspects in email communications and the resulting risks: What laws apply to email? What risks arise from online contracting? Which information needs to be included in email footers? What needs to be considered when archiving emails?
Three leading suppliers of security and archiving solutions will demonstrate successful strategies for safeguarding and storing your business emails: GROUP Business Software, Unify and Sophos. Our experts are ready to answer your questions using examples drawn from company practices and their own experience.
Register now for this free event:
We look forward to seeing you!
2. iQ.Suite news: iQ.Suite 12.3 for Lotus Notes Domino 7/8.x
iQ.Suite 12.3 for Lotus Notes Domino 7/8.x, the new, powerful release
of our email management solution, is available now. A particular
highlight is a new Eclipse-based administration console, which allows
advanced trailer jobs, such as adding images to email trailers. This
eagerly awaited functionality extends the design options for your
Also new in this version:
- The anti-spam option SPACE from Avira can be used in iQ.Suite Wall under Solaris
- Pattern updates for "AntiVir Engine 3 powered by Avira" (SAVAPI3) can be controlled via a central server
- New parameters for controlling iQ.Suite Crypt
- Syntax checking in author rules
As usual, you can find the release, with a complete list of the new features, in our download area.
3. GROUP now on Twitter
Keep it short! A good idea in these modern times, so as of now you will
find GROUP on Twitter where brevity is key - there is a maximum of 140
characters available for each message.
We will be using this community to provide you with very up-to-date and concise information about GROUP's latest products, events, services and trends. It's worth taking a regular look.
Twitter with us: You will find the blue Twitter symbol at the top on our home page or come straight to http://twitter.com/thinklotus.
4. GROUP training scheduled for April and May
Seminars, webinars and workshops - GROUP offers a broad
range of training options. We provide clients and partners with the
know-how to make effective and best-possible use of our solutions. Our
standard training courses are supplemented by individual offers which
can be customised to your particular needs.
In the coming weeks, we will be offering training focussing on virus protection using iQ.Suite Watchdog and Spam protection using iQ.Suite Wall. A further highlight is the subject of data protection. We are devoting this training course to email and client data security and will explain how to avoid losing data.
Below is an overview of some of our courses:
Lotus Notes Domino trainings for customers and partners:
- iQ.Suite Basics
- iQ.Suite Watchdog
- iQ.Suite Wall intensive
Microsoft Exchange/SMTP trainings for customers and partners:
- Focus on data protection: email and client data securely under control
You can register for our training courses in a training section, which also contains details about each trainings.
We look forward to seeing you there.
5. iQ.Suite Tips and Tricks for Lotus Domino: Backup-optimised data storage for iQ.Suite Store
iQ.Suite reduces the load on the infrastructure by enabling central and
time-controlled email storage using a set of flexible rules. This allows
you to store the data in, for example, a year/month/day format.
Find out here how to avoid non-transparent and unsorted storage - and therefore long backups. At the same time, you can discover how the content for storage can be separated from unwanted data and thereby improve the system reaction time.
6. Exchange/SMTP corner: Check file attachments in IQ.Suite quarantine
Companies invest a lot of time tracking down information. If important
client data or documents are mislaid by business partners, it’s not only
annoying, it’s also bad for business. A universal information
management system is therefore essential. This must include a
well-designed storage system for all incoming and outgoing emails. This
is the only way that electronic mail can be stored in a traceable way.
At the same time, important information, including file attachments,
does not get lost.
Previously, file attachments first needed to be forwarded to a post box for monitoring. But recently this process has got simpler because the attachments can be checked directly. The way this happens in iQ.Suite for Exchange/SMTP is shown as follows.
For further information on the topics of this newsletter, please contact GBS at firstname.lastname@example.org or your local sales partner.