In an article over at Yahoo we're told Mail Security Service Model Marches On. Its interesting as there definately is an interesting proposition on outsourcing things like management of e-mail security. However I must say, I'd not be too comfortable outsourcing something as critical as e-mail without some very good assurances and SLA's surrounding it.
for example I'd hate to be the e-mail admin who has to troubleshoot their mail delivery when I didn't control the whole path for the mail out to the recipient, especially if there's a possibility of false positives as there is with many e-mail spam/virus management packages.....


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