One of my fellow Bloggers recently made a posted titled “Canning spam at the door” regarding the issue of fighting SPAM in the cloud. As Marc described, last year Sprint stopped more than 250 billion SPAM messages from reaching its customers (more than 98% of email sent using Sprint’s services!). While there are lots of ways to fight the SPAM problem, as he described, one of the best options is a network-based solution that works within the cloud.
While there are lots of ways to fight the SPAM problem, one of the best options is a network-based solution that works within the cloud. Stopping SPAM in this manner allows a business to save real money by mitigating SPAM before it enters the WAN/LAN environment and taking up valuable bandwidth that could be used for other applications. What do you think is this the best approach to fighting SPAM?"