Monthly Archives: November 2011

A handy guide on how to select between Centralized Mail Server and Distributed Mail Server

A distributed organization can setup its messaging infrastructure in a consolidated setup or a distributed setup. The decision between consolidation versus distribution depends on a lot of factors. However the main consideration will be the network and administrative infrastructure available. … Continue reading

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Why Hybrid Email Solutions Are Becoming More Popular

According to Forrester report (North America and Europe Email Architecture Online Survey), 56% of the companies prefer a hybrid of on-premise and external email services is the most preferred option. While, the biggest benefit of cloud-based email services is that … Continue reading

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Opening address of Mr. Tarun Malaviya in the 2nd Collaboration Retreat 2011

Following is the full text of the speech delivered by Tarun Malaviya (Co-founder and CEO at Mithi) during Collaboration Retreat 2011 event held on 23rd and 24th September 2011 at Pune (India). —- So how are you all this morning? … Continue reading

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Keynote address of Mr. Tarun Malaviya in the 1st Collaboration Retreat 2010

[Following is the full text of the speech delivered by Tarun Malaviya (Co-founder and CEO at Mithi)  during Collaboration Retreat 2010] — First of all let me extend a heart felt gratitude to you all for having taken the time … Continue reading

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What it means to be Apple – Part 2

Products before Profitability – When describing his period of exile from Apple — when John Sculley took over — Steve Jobs described one fundamental root cause of Apple’s problems. That was to let profitability outweigh passion: “My passion has been … Continue reading

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