Another case for pharmaceutical use in the workplace

Techdirt Carlo notes that IronPort is calling bounced email a “$5 billion problem,” and proceeds to scoff at the notion.

“They contend the costs come from employees freaking out when they get bounced spam messages they didn’t send, then call in their company’s IT support to check things out.”

The IT security industry doesn’t stand a chance here. Big pharma should be jumping all over this “freaking out” phenom, and take the $5 billion off the table…in the form of prescriptions.

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