This whitepaper looks at the value of email and outlines the issues and concerns of IT Managers involved in managing and maintaining business critical emails systems. Learn more today!
Statistics show that as much as 60 percent of business-critical data now resides in email, making it the most important repository of data your company may own. This huge amount of data translates into a significant burden on corporate storage resources. These facts - combined with a recent onslaught of regulatory compliance rules - are forcing organizations to take a deeper look at email storage, retention, and archiving practices.
In this paper, we discuss the impact data protection regulations and standards such as PCI and the Office of Management and Budget Personally Identifiable Information Guidelines which place new constraints on how data is stored, processed, and transmitted over email.
Today's business environment requires ad hoc and instantaneous sharing of information.
Because organizations of all sizes are facing the dual pressures of a difficult economy and greater security risks, many are seeking alternatives that provide at least the same level of security, but at significantly lower costs.
The popularity and pervasiveness of email has created a very serious problem for organizations of all sizes: email was originally designed to send short, text-based messages.
It doesn't take a degree in accounting to understand that the ability to increase server and storage capacity without having to invest a dime in additional hardware translates into huge cost savings. Savings not only in terms of hardware costs, but also in the power consumption, heat dissipation and management costs associated with deploying additional hardware.
Download this white paper to learn how reputation services can help reduce inbound email traffic without requiring additional hardware, and the advantaged of a hybrid global/local approach to email reputation.