July 2009

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Radicati Group Forecasts E-Mail Security Market
July 28, 2009

The Radicati Group’s latest study, “E-mail Security Market, 2009-2013,” forecasts that the e-mail security market will grow from over $4.4 billion in 2009, to nearly $6.7 billion in 2013.

MPP Archive Complies with ‘Ten Golden Rules of Archiving’
July 27, 2009

Worldwide, it is estimated by Radicati Group Inc., that there are 2.5 billon email accounts; 42% of the world’s population relies on email for information and collaboration.

The Social Web Prays at Email’s Altar
July 27, 2009

The Radicati Group, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based research company, recently released a study showing that the number of worldwide email users will increase to almost 1.9 billion by 2013 compared with over 1.4 billion in 2009. Radicati projects that worldwide email traffic will reach 507 billion messages per day by 2013, almost double the 2009 figure of 247 billion messages per day.

25 Things About To Become Extinct in America
July 24, 2009

In 2006, the Radicati Group estimated that, worldwide, 183 billion e-mails were sent each day. Two million each second. By November of 2007, an estimated 3.3 billion Earthlings owned cell phones, and 80% of the world’s population had access to cell phone coverage. In 2004, half-a-trillion text messages were sent, and the number has no doubt increased exponentially since then. So where amongst this gorge of gabble is there room for the elegant,
polite hand-written letter?

MXsense Introduces Worldwide Channel Partner Program for its Web-based Email Archiving Solution
July 21, 2009

According to The Radicati Group, an industry research firm, email archiving solutions offer interactive, long-term storage of email in a separate file store, with easy search and retrieval capabilities.

Seven ways to improve your e-mail messages
July 14, 2009
Computer World

And if the Radicati Group is right about world wide e-mail messages per day to average 247 billion (yes, Billion) this year, the fewer e-mails the better.

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