Emails demise raises security concerns about messaging

Email response times are getting faster, according to a report put out by the University of Southern California. People between the age of 20 and 35 respond within 16 minutes on average. The problem for email is that’s just not fast enough anymore. Today email is being replaced by rapid fire messaging services. These allow users to chat in free form and coordinate minute details at a higher speed and volume than other communication methods. Because there are so many varieties of messaging services it is hard to statistically describe average response rates and times, but we do know that…

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