"communication" tag

Top 10 Open Source security tools

This article covers popular Open Source security tools which are used as a layered approach for securing your network. The layered-security approach centers on maintaining appropriate security measures and procedures at five different…

Shubhodip Pal: The Man Who Added the Midas Touch to the Micromax

Cricket tournaments, movie titles, F1 racing, football…Micromax is seen almost everywhere. This is the brand that has grown beyond imagination over a period of six-eight months. It all happened when Shubhodip Pal, the…

Open Source Access to MS Exchange Server Using DavMail

This article introduces DavMail and demonstrates its importance in corporate scenarios for accessing mail from MS Exchange Server. Many enterprises use Microsoft Exchange for corporate e-mail; usually, there’s no avoiding it. While Exchange…

Setting Up Discussion Forums Using Vanilla

Use Vanilla Forums for work, to discuss ideas, or just to connect people across the organisation. The need for, and the means of, communication between individuals of similar interests has existed since time…

Let's communicate

Use XMPP to Create Your Own Google Talk Client

Instant communication is the essence of social networking and the Internet. The popular Google Talk, which uses XMPP (Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol), made this Instant Messaging protocol prominent among open standards protocols….

Micro-blogging with P2

Group Micro-blogging Using WordPress

To all the Net savvy social animals out there with a Twitter, Facebook, G+ and a whole lot of StumbleUpon accounts, here is a more exciting way to get going with your latest…

Secure Communication

Let’s code a simple application to help us stop making silly mistakes while communicating over e-mails. This is part 11 in the series on “Programming In Python for Friends and Relations”.

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