Daniel Chenault

Daniel
Chenault

Daniel Chenault, owner and general manager of DC Resources, a business and residential consulting company that also offers managed administration (i.e., contracted IT support), has nearly a decade of technical and service experience at Microsoft. His customer involvement has ranged from troubleshooting at the source code level to the “10,000 foot” view of infrastructure design and deployments. He has experience in administrative operations, protocols and security, and a strong familiarity and knowledge of RFCs, their application, infrastructure design and testing. Daniel writes and speaks regularly on topics such as Exchange and content security. He has been a speaker at TechEd and at MEC.

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Content Security in the Enterprise—Spam and Beyond
This book explores the risks that Internet applications such as email, Web browsing, and instant messaging bring to an organization, and discusses ways in which they can be reduced or eliminated by limiting inappropriate use, eliminating spam, protecting corporate information assets, and ensuring that the Internet is secure and available for authorized business purposes.
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