Recent reports put the cost of spam to
businesses at nearly $600 million per month! Virus infections can cost that and more, with a substantial risk of data loss and the compromising of
classified or private information. Federal and local laws, such as the CAN-SPAM act have little power on the global Internet.
"...the Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act (CAN-SPAM) has been in effect for nearly two-and-a-half months after
going into effect on Jan. 1. Has it been effective in combating the rising tide of spam? Overall, the answer is no."
According to Ferris Research, which studies messaging and content control, 40 trillion spam messages are expected to be sent in 2008, costing businesses more than
$140 billion worldwide -- a significant increase from the 18 trillion spam messages sent in 2006 and the 30 trillion in 2007.
Spam percentages of overall email typically range anywhere from 60% to 80%, with some domains reaching 95% and higher. Here's a typical example of the
distribution for a couple of domains hosted at a local Denver, CO ISP.
There's no question - spam and email viruses are a major problem today for businesses as well as individuals. Implementing and maintaining an effective
onsite filtering solution can be cost prohibitive, often requiring dedicated personnel and equipment - not a cost effective solution for small business and for
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