Daniel Faigin

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The exponential growth in unsolicited commercial email, or spam, over the past several years has resulted in a degradation of e-mail as a useful medium for information interchange. Spam traffic wastes resources, drives up costs for access providers, and imposes a high social cost. Spam filtering systems often delete legitimate e-mail, resulting in a loss of(More)
That parody of Kipling has become a cliche, but it can be an apt characterization of the manager confronting a data processing (DP) emergency. Well-prepared DP managers, however, may keep their heads, and their jobs, for a much more laudable reason: because they know that their contingency plans are adequate to deal with the situations they encounter. With(More)
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