News & Blog Archive

December 31, 2008

IT Business Canada: Five fabulous New Year’s resolutions for tech professionals – Michelle MacLeod

Shrink your carbon footprint, train employees, experience the power of virtualization, and boost productivity in 2009. A tall order? In this feature we show you how you can do all this, while reducing costs and improving work-life balance. As you fill out the last page in your 2008 agenda and rip the cellophane and price… Read More »

December 24, 2008

Financial Crisis Underscores Need to Bridge M&A Data Transfer Gaps FAST

Banks, stock brokerages and investment houses have felt the impact of the global financial crisis, recognizing the immediate need to regain customer confidence. The current market volatility, numerous financial institution mergers and acquisitions, and the U.S. Treasury’s $700 billion bailout program to rescue the financial services industry, underscore the immediate need for increased transparency and… Read More »

December 17, 2008

DataMotion’s 2009 New Year’s Resolutions CIOs Should Keep to Stay Ahead of the Curve

DataMotions 2009 New Years Resolutions CIOs Should Keep to Stay Ahead of the Curve Seven Must-Dos Help Companies Set an Example for President Elect Obamas New Administration Morristown, New Jersey, December 17, 2008 –With the current economic downturn, companies of every size are looking for ways to do more with less. Despite budget woes, innovative… Read More »

December 16, 2008

Processor Mag: Forecasting The Cloud – Christian Perry

Forecasting The Cloud A Look At How Cloud Computing Will Impact The Enterprise Of The Future AS ENTERPRISES continue to hop on board the ever-expanding phenomenon of cloud computing, it is becoming difficult to imagine a future without the cloud. But seasoned executives who have endured failed computing fads in the past take cloud computing… Read More »

November 10, 2008

Exploring Next Generation Messaging Innovation: An InterActive Webinar Presented By DataMotion and Osterman Research. Extend Business Value and Improve Efficiency with Automated Information Exchange

Morristown, New Jersey, November 10, 2008 – DataMotion, Inc. (formerly CertifiedMail), a leading provider of data governance services and Osterman Research, Inc., a leading market research and consulting firm in the messaging and collaboration space, today announced that they will host a joint Webinar, entitled “Making the Connection with Next Generation Messaging Services.” The 60-minute… Read More »

October 17, 2008

PwC Telecom Direct: Name Change, New App Marks Rebranding Efforts –

Secure messaging provider CertifiedMail Inc. is changing its name to DataMotion Inc. as part of a company-wide rebranding initiative that also includes introducing the Intelligent Information Transport (IIT) platform. DataMotion’s IIT platform is an on-demand or on-site service offering it says… Secure messaging provider CertifiedMail Inc. is changing its name to DataMotion Inc. as part… Read More »

October 15, 2008

CertifiedMail Changes Company Name to DataMotion and Launches Intelligent Information Transport Platform

Morristown, New Jersey, October 15, 2008 – CertifiedMail, Inc., a leading global provider of secure messaging solutions, today announced it is changing its name to DataMotion, Inc. and extending their product line by introducing the Intelligent Information Transport (IIT) platform.  The name change comes as part of a re-branding initiative,  which also includes the launch… Read More »

September 24, 2008

IT Business Edge: Scrambling in the Desert: Nevada Encryption Mandate Begins Oct. 1 – Carl Weinschenk

A lot of people in the security industry will be watching Nevada with interest beginning next month. On Oct. 1, a law goes into effect mandating encryption of all transmissions over the Internet that contain identifiable personal information. That’s a heck of a lot of encryption. This Baseline post does a good job of outlining… Read More »

September 22, 2008

IT World Canada – No Excuse for Lack of Encryption – Dave Webb

Almost daily, there’s news of personal data being exposed because it wasn’t encrypted. Why wasn’t it? Perform a Google search with the following terms: lost personal data. Here’s a sampling of what appeared at press time: UK families put on fraud alert: Two computer discs holding the personal details of all families in the UK… Read More »

eWeek: Encryption Still Troubling for Enterprises – Matt Hines

A new report published by Osterman Research and sponsored by e-mail security specialists CertifiedMail contends that many enterprises are still struggling to get sufficient messaging encryption technologies into place, to change internal perceptions about the systems as hard-to-use (and worth buying in the first place), or to make them work efficiently once installed. According to… Read More »

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