You have to admit that there are tons of desktop email clients out there, which sometimes makes it almost impossible for users to make a choice. Not anymore. Gmail has taken its service up a notch, exterminating the competition! As the most popular and widely used email client owned by Google, Gmail is definitely blazing the trail, leaving other email service providers to bite its dust.
It is a known fact that Gmail is used globally by both individuals and organizations. Therefore, it only makes sense that such a widely-used and acclaimed email client provides nothing but the best service. But, if you thought you had seen or heard it all, just wait till you learn what new trick Google has got up their sleeve.
Google just recently announced that Gmail now blocks 99.9 percent of “spam, phishing, and malware from reaching your inbox!
If this news isn’t a jaw-dropper, we don’t know what else is!
Gmail has upped its security game, making it the most secure Email service provider ever! According to Google, Gmail’s new technology blocks approximately 100 million additional spam messages every day. That’s a large number of spam messages for one day, don’t you think?
So, what’s this amazing technology that has made Gmail literally indomitable?
Well, Gmail’s unmatched security is powered by its open-source machine learning framework known as TensorFlow. TensorFlow allows Gmail to block spam messages, including those that used to be difficult to detect. What this means for the average Gmail user is that the odds of getting one of those infuriating spam messages is one to a hundred. You won’t even have to click the “Report Spam” button anymore.
Google’s adoption of TensorFlow has drastically improved its security service and is sure to leave Gmail users more relaxed and happy. As stated by the company, “Using TensorFlow has helped us block image-based messages, emails with hidden embedded content, and messages from newly created domains that try to hide a low volume of spammy messages within legitimate traffic.”
The best part is that TensorFlow is not a replacement of other existing technologies but simply complements them, to give users unbeatable security at all times. Gmail can now block emails with hidden content and even image-based documents.
If there’s one thing Gmail users can be sure of, it’s that none of those sneaky spam messages will be snaking their way into their inbox any time soon, at least not on TensorFlow’s watch. Thank you Gmail!