--Computers are managed by software. Software may be divided into three categories: system, utility, and application.
What is the difference between download and install?
--The act of "downloading" a file is distinct from "installing" it. Instructions to utilize the downloaded data to modify your computer are "installing" the file. The file does not alter or be updated if installation is not performed.
What is software used for?
--Software is a collection of instructions, data, or computer programs used to run machines and carry out certain activities. It is the antithesis of hardware which refers to a computer external components. A device running programs, scripts, and applications are collectively referred to as "software" in this context.
Safeguard Send for Microsoft Outlook Prompts if you are sending an email outside your company, if you are sending an email to a restricted email address or domain, when you are about to send an email with too many recipients, and three other “triggers” to encourage senders to think before they hit Send.
How many times have you accidentally included recipients from two different domains using that little dropdown in the To field of Outlook? Or worse, how many times have you seen messages go outside the domain of your company when people were told not do so? These actions not only waste time and money but in some cases jeopardize the company from a competitive angle. Or if you’re part of a law firm, it could mean legal action.
Sperry Software is leading the way in a new trend that is developing in email – getting senders to think before they hit the Send button. With over 10 different checks that take place on outgoing email, being given a chance to correct any mistakes can be invaluable:
Warns if you are sending an email outside your company
Warns if you are sending an email to a restricted email address or domain
Warns if you are sending to more than one external domain
Warns when you are about to send an email with social security numbers (or any pattern, like driver licenses, NINs, credit cards, or other account numbers)
Warns you if the email you’re about to send contains your keywords in the subject, body or (New!) even attachments
Warns if the number of attachments exceeds a maximum or if the name or the content of the attachment is questionable
Warns (or doesn’t warn) if this is a new email, or only when it’s a reply to an existing email
Plus four other “triggers” to encourage senders to think before they hit Send
Many customers find that the first check is the only one they need: Simply prompt the user whenever they are sending an email outside the domain. The prompt can look similar to this:
The recipients that are outside the company domains are displayed in the prompt, ensuring accuracy by the sender. In the example above, an email addressed to someone at Sperry Software is shown. If the user clicks Yes to continue sending the outgoing email, other actions can take place for instance adding a BCC or changing the subject or body of the email on the fly.
Start ensuring your user’s outgoing emails are accurate by downloading a free 14-day trial today!
Corporate customers – Sperry Software offers significant volume discounts and custom builds for those firms interested in purchasing volume licenses.
Do you need to prevent emails from going to large groups when you reply to all? If so, be sure to check out Reply To All Monitor Add-In for Outlook. It will prompt you when you are inadvertently replying to everyone, saving the company from a #ReplyAllpocalypse. Best of all, these add-ins can be packaged together to simplify deployment in corporate environments.
Another Sperry add-in called Safeguard Send 4.0, this tool will help users review content again before sending an email outside the company. For $24.95, Safeguard Send can also alert users when their email contains certain words, doesn’t have a “subject” line, or has more than a certain number of recipients.