‘Not just email archiving’ – Introducing, GFI Archiver 2015

GFI Archiver 2015, a rebranded and updated version of GFI MailArchiver, is available today and we asked its product manager, Ian Bugeja, to tell us why the product has been rebranded and what’s new in this version.

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In cyberspace, no one can hear your router scream

According to your bandwidth bills, a black hole is a region of the Internet from which cat videos, check-ins, and likes prevent anything, including productivity, from escaping. Let’s take a closer look at some of the black holes that threaten your users and data from cyberspace, and how you can protect your users from them.

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Happy Halloween from the GFI team!

As in previous years, our colleagues in various offices let their creativity and imagination go wild and they came up with some really cool and scary costumes for Halloween.

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Trick or treat – the 21 scariest things on your network

With Halloween just around the corner, are you prepared for tricks, or hoping only for treats. There’s an entire host of evil out there. How many of these ghastly things might be found on your network?

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Play ball! But make sure critical apps don’t strike out

As users go looking for the plays of the day, interviews with the players, and perhaps even the odds for the next game, you need to make sure that their enthusiasm for the game doesn’t cause productivity issues, or worse, prevents critical business apps from functioning.

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Take our mini quiz and win a subscription license of GFI WebMonitor 2015

To follow up the launch of GFI WebMonitor 2015, we are giving five techies the chance to win a 10-user, one-year subscription licence of GFI WebMonitor.

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GFI MailEssentials wins another VBSpam+ award!

GFI MailEssentials has won its fourth VBSpam+ award from Virus Bulletin. In the September round of testing, GFI MailEssentials had a spam catch rate of more than 99% and 0 False Positives.

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20 things that could happen when there’s no web monitoring software

Using 20 GIFs, we take a look at some of the ‘bad’ things that could happen if you’re not paying close attention to how your Internet is being used in the workplace.

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Improving productivity with Internet monitoring software

In an ideal world you’d like to find an easy way to manage and monitor access to the Internet so that you are efficiently using bandwidth, maintaining productivity and keeping employees happy. It’s possible with Internet monitoring software. In this post we explain how.

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‘Because [they’re] happy’… or, maybe not. How can you tell?

With stress costing the US industry an estimated $300 billion a year in sick days, accidents and associated costs, it might be time to measure your employee happiness. Impossible! No, it isn’t. Watch this short video and discover how you can monitor your company’s mood.

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