Over the last couple of decades, social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter have completely upended connectivity and collaboration as we know it – at least in the personal sphere.
Business communication, however, is a woefully different story, with most organizations still relying on outmoded and severely limiting email platforms for day on day exchanges. Compared to personal accounts, corporate profiles are 6.2 times as likely to receive phishing emails and 4.3 times more likely to get malware-infected mails, reports Google. And for non-profits, this number soars even higher, with up to 2.3 times more malware mails than regular business accounts.
So, it’s … Read the rest