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The Importance of Protecting Your Email from Hackers - http://gplus.ly/1PmzLwV

We seldom consider the wide-ranging implications of someone hacking into our email accounts. Assuming they don't change our passwords and lock us out – the worst-case scenario – we are still in a world of hurt. Every email that we send or have sent and received can be read by the hacker.

Every social media account or private website that we use can be accessed by the hacker and all of our private messages can be read. Bank and credit card statements, online purchases, credit reports and every other kind of financial information can be accessed. And of course, our contacts, which the hackers then uses to propagate additional phishing scams.

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Be vigilant about keeping your password strong, safe, and secure. Be careful to not fall for phishing scams. Make sure your browsers and anti-virus, and security software are up-to-date. Don't use free Wi-Fi. Back everything up.

Be careful out there my friends!

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Why Backup Email? http://gplnk.co/1KOmM8W

Email data is vulnerable to hacking and hosting failure:

- Statistically, 1 in 5 email accounts gets hacked
- 540 million email accounts get hacked every year
- 62% of owners of hacked accounts are unaware
- In April ’12, an estimated 33.2 million Gmail users suffered from an email outage

Emails can also be lost due to:

- Data Email servers’ failure: Risk increases from 10% after year 4 to 50% after year 5
- Accidental / intentional deletes
- Limited Storage: Unwillingness to add storage size leads to auto / bulk / accidental deletes

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#email #storage #hacking #hosting #gmail
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All of the above can result in:

- Data loss
- Lost opportunities / business
- Serious depletion of organizational memory
- Increased organizational spending on recovery, training

.... And hence affect business continuity
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Would you like to be a Gmail Power User?

With these 25 tips you will be well on your way! Gmail power users know something that your average email user doesn’t. Instead of wishing for fewer emails, Gmail power users know that email is easy. A few integrations, automations and a handful of keyboard shortcuts and bam — email is never overwhelming or stressful again.

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BTW, don't forget to backup your emails! +Dropmyemail.com and +Gmail work together like peanut butter and jelly! Get started for free: http://gplus.ly/1UdaFCv

#gmail #email #tips #tipsandtricks  
Power users know Gmail tips that regular users don't. We have compiled a list of 25 Gmail tips for you to master and become a power user yourself.
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4 Tips to Better Manage Your #Email

We all probably agree that email is a necessity for most businesses; and we all probably also agree that it can easily get out of control and become unmanageable.

When used inappropriately, email can hinder productivity. According to research by the McKinsey Global Institute, more than one-quarter of a worker's day on average is spent answering and reading emails. That research was released in 2012 and we can only imagine that it has only gotten worse. The survey found that email is the second-most time-consuming activity for workers, next to "role-specific tasks."

Business leaders, CEOs and managers often receive hundreds, if not thousands, of emails a day. Reading and responding to every message can become a serious drain on time and energy.

This article (http://gplus.ly/1PmFl2m) offers four strategies to better manage your email and keep the messages in your inbox to a minimum.

We would love to hear what strategies you use and how they work for you. Also, how much time do you estimate that you spend managing your email?

BTW, don't forget to backup those important emails! Learn how to get started in just two easy steps: http://gplus.ly/1UdaFCv
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Has Your #Email Been Hacked? - http://gplus.ly/1R5Wv2K

Email data is vulnerable to #hacking and hosting failure; in fact, statistically, 1 in every 5 email accounts gets hacked and 540 million email accounts get hacked every year. To top it off, 62% of owners of hacked accounts are unaware that they have been hacked.

So, how can you tell if your email account has been hacked? Look out for these signs:

- People are getting emails from you that you didn’t send.

- Your inbox is full of MAILER-DAEMON rejection notices for messages that you did not send.

- Your Sent, Drafts or Outbox folder has outgoing messages that you didn’t create or send.

- People in your Contacts list are telling you they are receiving strange email from you, but you DO NOT find any strange email in your Sent Folder: Your account has most likely been spoofed.

- Emails you try to send are suddenly getting refused and returned to you.

- There are addresses in your Contacts list that you didn’t add.

Preventing your accounts from getting hacked in the first place is certainly more worth your time and less of the hassle than recovering from being hacked. Here are some tips to keep your email accounts safe(r):

1. Choose a strong password. Preferably with a combination of numbers, punctuations, letter and variations in upper case / lower case and keep it to yourself. No sharing passwords!

2. Use different passwords for different log-ins of websites, email accounts and others. Change passwords, once in 6 months, so to stay ahead of hackers.

3. Avoid public computers – they make it easy for hackers to track your information.

4. Scan you computer regularly – for malware, viruses and other unauthorized software.

5. Backup your email. One of the things to prevent detection is where hackers delete all your emails to leave no trace of their attack. Email backup in the cloud or on hard disk to keep it safe. This is especially so for business emails. Get started on our website: http://gplus.ly/1R5Wv2K
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Preparing for a #DDoS Attack - http://gplus.ly/1Mu1FVB

As the name implies, a distributed denial-of-service attack (DDoS) simply tries to prevent a service from working. In a DDoS, the attacker uses a large number of machines from all over the Internet to send enormous amounts of traffic towards the target.

“A successful DDoS attack can damage business-critical services, leading to serious consequences for the company. For example, the recent attacks on Scandinavian banks (in particular, on the Finnish OP Pohjola Group) caused a few days of disruption to online services and also interrupted the processing of bank card transactions, a frequent problem in cases like this. That’s why companies today must consider DDoS protection as an integral part of their overall IT security policy. It’s just as important as protecting against malware, targeted attacks, data leak and the like,” said Eugene Vigovsky, Head of Kaspersky DDoS Protection, Kaspersky Lab.

So how can you prepare yourself?

The best defense is always a good offense; don't wait until you have become the latest unfortunate victim of the long line of attacks. There are a number of steps you can take to ensure you won’t make yourself a target:

1. Awareness

Invest in technology that allows you to know your network’s normal behaviour and will make you aware of any abnormal incidents such as a DDoS, such as +Dropmysite.com's website monitoring and performance reports: http://gplus.ly/1Mu1FVB

2. Boost capacity

Make sure you provision enough server capacity and tune for best performance under high load. Build the biggest network you can with effective elements for advanced mitigation.

3. Practice your defense

Knowing how to use your defensive strategy is just as important as buying and installing it. Practice the drills over and over to get it committed to your staff’s minds.

4. Get help

If you don’t have the resources to deal with attacks in-house your best bet is to outsource to a managed DNS provider who can redirect site visitors to hosts that aren’t down with advanced features like load balancing and performance monitoring.

5. Be prepared

The best way to avoid any disruption from a DDoS attack is to be prepared for it. If you are having a hard time deciding whether or not you actually need to invest in a stronger mitigation technique (e.g. you believe your industry or business is at a low risk of an attack), figure out the impact it would have on your company financially if it were to happen.

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With proper planning and careful selection of technology and hosting partners, a small business can protect itself against unnecessary downtime and be able to quickly restore service.

While prevention is impossible, a remedy is backing up your website. Experts advise backing up your entire website on your own, on top of what the hosting company is doing. Performing a regular (daily) backup of all systems that your website accesses is a basic requirement.

+Dropmysite.com offers the most comprehensive website, email and database backup solution in the cloud. It is free to signup and start a 14 day trial where it will automatically backup your website daily. Learn more at: http://gplus.ly/1Mu1FVB
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Has Your Email or Other Data Been Compromised in a Data Breach?

Check this website to find out: http://gplus.ly/1OS65pk

A "breach" is an incident where a site's data has been illegally accessed by hackers and then released publicly. Review the types of data that were compromised (email addresses, passwords, credit cards etc.) and take appropriate action, such as changing passwords.

Top 10 Breaches
#LinkedIn - 164,611,595 Accounts
#Adobe - 152,445,165 Accounts
#AshleyMadison - 30,811,934 Accounts
#Mate1 - 27,393,015 Accounts
#000webhost - 13,545,468 Accounts
#R2Games - 13,186,088 Accounts
#Gamigo - 8,243,604 Accounts
#HeroesofNewerth - 8,089,103 Accounts
#Lifeboat - 7,089,395 Accounts
#NexusMods - 5,915,013 Accounts

If you find that your data has been compromised, be sure to change your passwords. You might also want to backup your emails (it's always a good idea). Learn more: http://gplus.ly/1UdaFCv

#email #data #databreach #hacked #backup  
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Am getting more SPAM mails.. pls advice me how to avoid the same...
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It takes so much time to build an email list in the first place... don't make these mistakes and have your efforts all go to waste!

What are the 5 fastest ways to burn out your email list you ask? Just in case you want to kill your business...

1) Email too often
2) Email too little
3) Don’t deliver on your promises
4) Make it all about you
5) Trick them into opening

We are sure there are more, but that's a good start. Read the full article for deets: http://gplus.ly/1TL1sTH

BTW, don't forget to backup your emails! Learn how to get started in just two easy steps: http://gplus.ly/1UdaFCv

#email #emailmarketing #emailmarketingtips
You have to go to a lot of trouble to generate a decent email list so why more affiliates don't take better care of it is beyond me. I mean, you pay to sen
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Generating the list is what takes all the real work. Getting those people to give you their email address and click on that opt-in link took some pretty awesome blog content. When they finally come over to your side that means you’ve earned their trust. And that’s generally the only thing standing between you and a sale. Don’t throw all your hard work out the window by doing something foolish that will burn out your list.
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Email and Social Security Numbers Don't Mix!

If you’re self-employed — whether an Uber driver, an Etsy artist, or something less 21st century (like a freelance journalist) — the companies that pay you are legally required to provide a 1099 to help you prepare your taxes. You may have even received one in the past few months in preparation for tax season. Many companies physically mail out 1099s, but because mistakes happen, tax deadlines are immovable, and the Internet is so convenient, some finance departments email these forms out instead.

And often, they email these tax forms out unencrypted, even though doing so is reckless. That’s because these documents carry sensitive data like Social Security numbers and email is a prime target for hackers looking for identities to steal.

We hope that by now you are starting to understand the importance of protecting your data, especially when it comes to email. Emailing sensitive, personal data, such as your social security number, is reckless and could open the door for hackers and identity thieves... and even though you may know that, the companies you work for may not.

So what can be done? At this point, not much other than for you to request that your forms be mailed or encrypted. Unfortunately, there aren't any laws against sending an email with someone's social security number in it... although perhaps there should be.

What do you think?

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10 Tips for #Email Marketing Success - http://gplnk.co/1PqtQZW

There is much more to email marketing than sending a mass promotion to everyone on your list. By taking the time to get to know your target audience, you will be able to ensure that your campaigns are personalized, relevant, and timely.

Here are 10 tips for email marketing success to get you started:

1) Have a mobile strategy that helps you collect email addresses
2) Offer incentives
3) Confirm and double optin your email subscribers
4) Keep communication to the point
5) Let the user decide how often they would like to hear from you
6) Use data to make decisions
7) Give people options
8) Automate automate automate
9) Make sure your automated processes work flawlessly
10) Test, test, test!

Do you have any tips to add to this list?

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NPR Podcast: Black Market Pharmacies and the #Spam Empire Behind Them

We've all gotten them at one point or another (or daily) ... you know, those Viagra emails and others offering cheap pharmaceuticals.

Now, if you're like me, you probably have some questions about these emails, questions like - who is sending them? Who is clicking on those links? And what happens when you do? Just so happens, NPR has the answers to all these questions.

"There were two companies out there, shady, under-the-radar black market Internet companies. And some people estimate that these two companies alone were responsible for 50 percent of the spam that you or I got in our inboxes over the last five years. And these two companies apparently got in a fight with each other, a feud. And as part of that feud, they sabotaged each other by hacking into each other's private data and releasing each other's private business records online. They ended up in the hands of a cybersecurity blogger named Brian Krebs."

Listen: http://gplus.ly/27hDF3H

#spam #cybersecurity #email
On today's show, we open up some of those annoying pharmaceutical spam emails and find out who's clicking to buy herbal viagra? Also, what happens when they do?
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Free Whitepaper: Advantages of Self-Serve SaaS #Backup for Web #Hosting Providers and Their Customers: http://gplnk.co/1mVvV3V

1) Improve the customer experience (increasing loyalty and revenue per account)

2) Create more autonomous accessibility by site owners to their backed up data

3) Lower the burden and headache of data protection and recovery

A decade ago, website owners didn’t have the autonomy they have now to manage their websites and web hosting. They typically employed (or contracted) web professionals to manage their hosting, email, databases, and the sites themselves.

While the autonomy website owners gain through content management systems and web apps leads to more competition for web services, it also creates opportunities for hacking, data corruption, accidental deletion because a more novice end-user is in control. Backups obviously allow the end-user the ability to restore mistakes and security breaches, and has become a multi-billion dollar industry with many options.

This white paper evaluates how today’s backup solutions serve the challenges facing both web hosts and their customers, as instances of hacking, database corruption, and accidental deletion increase.

It also introduces the self-serve SaaS (Software as a Service) backup model as a frontrunner solution to meet these challenges.

Download Now: http://gplnk.co/1mVvV3V
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Dropmyemail provides a easy way to automatically backup your emails in the Cloud and to migrate your emails from one provider to another in the Cloud. It’s a free and simple two click signup process to get started.

Simple 2 Step Signup Process
Start backing up your email in 2 simple steps. Step 1. Create an account. Step 2. Enter the email and password of your email account to backup and we will take care of the rest.

User Friendly Automated Email Backup
Dropmyemail ensures that backing up your emails is simple and easy. With over 150 email configurations pre-loaded, both IMAP and POP, you just need to enter your email address and password - we will handle the rest. Backups take place automatically on a daily basis. Backups are incremental which means the same email is not backed up twice thereby saving you space. Thus, more space to backup more accounts at a lesser cost. So start backing up your Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, QQ, Sina and all other email accounts now.

Download, Restore & Migrate Emails with One Click
One of our most popular features is the restore and download functionality. You can easily download emails to your personal computer or simply, in case of accidental deletions, restore it back to your inbox with just one click. We also offer an email migration function that is very easy to use: After authenticating your new mail server, with a single click all your emails accounts and their respective emails (inbox, folders and sent items) will be migrated over.

View & Find Your Files via File Manager
Apart from emails, Dropmyemail also allow you to backup and share files. With the file manager, you can upload files that you want to backup and they can be accessed from anywhere. Apart from backing up your files, you can also share them via Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, email or send a customized link.

Secure Storage
We pay special attention to the security of your data. We ensure that no one other than you have access to your backup emails and files. All emails are pulled from the mail server using Transport Layer Security (TLS) or Secure Socket Layer (SSL) when available. The mails are then encrypted using one of the strongest block ciphers available – 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES). Each mail is encrypted using a unique key. The unique key itself is encrypted using a regularly rotated master key. This ensures your emails’ constant protection while we back them up.

View Your Emails Online
In the event that your email provider is down and you do not have access to your emails, you can view them on Dropmyemail. We provide a straighforward interface to view all your emails via our web interface. The interface supports multiple email accounts.

We also offer business solutions. Ensure your business continuity and protect your emails with Dropmyemail Business - the best cloud based email backup and archive solution available. It is specially designed for SMBs and does not require any installation. Click here for features and pricing: https://dropmyemail.com/business

We offer a win-win pay-as-you-go partnership model which can offer tremendous benefit to your business in increased ARPU and stickiness.

Our open REST APIs cater to most commercially available control panels. Moreover, our backup solutions can easily be integrated through leading hosting platforms such as cPanel, Parallels Automation APS 2.0, Plesk, WHMCS.

Featured on CNBC, Wall Street Journal and VentureBeat, we have nearly 1 million subscribers worldwide through our leading web and email backup platforms dropmysite.com and dropmyemail.com. Founded in Singapore in 2010, we have offices in 4 countries. Our strategic investors include 500 Startups and GMO Japan.

We are looking for qualified companies to become our partners and resellers. Our suite of services is perfect for:
  • Hosting Companies - Provide email, website and database backup as a co-branded or white-labeled solution as a stand-alone or integrated solution with their current offering.
  • Telecom Companies - Provide email, website and database backup as a VAS to the customer base.
  • Internet Service Providers - Provide website backup solution to the customer base.
  • Solution Providers - Leverage on our solution for backups and integrate with their web solutions.
  • Other online Distributor channels/network
Learn more about our reseller program, partnership benefits and our existing partners at https://www.dropmyemail.com/reseller