[Esa-l] Outgoing Mail

Brent Wallis brent.w at infosynergy.com.au
Tue Aug 14 05:48:52 PDT 2001

Hmmm, you know, the use of an email scanner such as this has most certainly
cut the costs of managing a network for many of my clients.
Problem is though,
an anecdote is worth as bout as much as a percentage to a suit..;-)
Has anyone ever quantified in any form the cost benefits of using something
like John's Software?

Brent Wallis
----- Original Message -----
From: "Howard Lowndes" <lannet at lannet.com.au>
To: "Brent Wallis" <brent.w at infosynergy.com.au>
Cc: "Hisashi T Fujinaka" <htodd at twofifty.com>; "Lee Howard"
<faxguy at deanox.com>; "Floyd Pierce" <floydp at boxusa.com>;
<esa-l at spconnect.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2001 9:47 PM
Subject: RE: [Esa-l] Outgoing Mail

> The only way you are going to keep all user stations up to date is by the
> use of thin clients, which of course are of no use to raod warriors and
> the like.
> Unfortunately the days of the suits fully appreciating network security
> will probably never arrive, and even if a policy is set in place there is
> always a senior manager somewhere who doesn't believe it should apply to
> him/her.
> --
> Howard.
> LANNet Computing Associates
> Contact detail at http://www.lannetlinux.com
> On Tue, 14 Aug 2001, Brent Wallis wrote:
> > "optimistic".....I have yet to see an organisation that is able to place
> > theior hands on their heart and swear that they KNOW that every users AV
> > up to date.

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