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The Top Cybersecurity Trends of 2022

December 30, 2022 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

What were the top tech and e-security trends of 2022? What can be said about 2022 that hasn’t already been said? You’ve likely already been inundated with perfunctory retrospectives on the ‘year that was’—the Ukraine War, Elon Musk, inflation, midterms, Kanye West, ‘the slap’, Messi, et al. But I would like to think that 2022 […]

Secure your Business Email with 25% Off on any New RMail Business License

December 23, 2022 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

We’ll give you a truly special offer for the holidays: 25% off on any RMail business license. By now you’ve probably had your fill of holiday special offers that really aren’t that special in addition to nausea-inducing cliches about ‘the season of giving’. And if you hear that Mariah Carey song one more time, you […]

How to Secure Your Sensitive Documents

December 16, 2022 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Finally, DRM that is easy enough to use without the burden of requiring readers to download, login, or have any special software. My Wharton friend recently told me about the “deal of the century”. He was offered to buy Aspen Highlands Ski Resort – the ski operations, National Forest ski terrain rights, and the base […]

How to Unsend or Kill an Email Sent by Mistake?

December 09, 2022 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Unsend or kill a mistaken email after it’s sent, downloaded, or shared; or expire it when you don’t want your sensitive information lingering out in the ether. It’s amazing to me how long it took “unsending” to go mainstream. Apple, for example, rolled out unsending for text messages and emails just this fall. If you […]

RMail’s Location Active Tracker is a More Employee-Friendly Application

December 02, 2022 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Everyone is talking about MFA – Multi-Factor Authentication – for security. What about WFA? Better together? Well it started as WFH, now WFA, and if you are WFA do you need MFA? (Wow, this sounds like it was written by those acronym-loving “inside-the-beltway” Washington D.C. types.