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Symantec customers may now be considering switching from MessageLabs. The primary reason: uncertainty about whether MessageLabs will be able to effectively ensure email security without the costly development and innovation it takes to keep pace in an ever evolving threat landscape. Industry experts have made troubling observations in various articles related to the Symantec acquisition by Broadcom:
Email-borne threats continue to plague organizations large and small – email is still the #1 vector for attacks, and phishing attacks and ransomware are as dangerous and costly today as ever. Outsmarting cyber criminals takes constant attention and innovation, and MessageLabs customers will understandably have real concerns about their email security provider announcing $1B+ cuts in expenses including R&D and Support.
The key to successfully switching from MessageLabs is finding an email security provider that not only delivers best-of-breed protection against current and constantly emerging threats, but a provider that can also deliver solutions for continuity, compliance, and backup and recovery that enable customers to achieve true cyber resilience. That’s where Mimecast can help.
As an email security market leader, Mimecast provides a highly attractive alternative for customers interested in switching from MessageLabs. Mimecast’s all-in-one solution is delivered as a SaaS-based service that integrates technologies for email security, archiving and continuity.
As a MessageLabs replacement, Mimecast provides comprehensive protection at, inside and beyond the email perimeter, with solutions that include:
With additional solutions for email archiving, mailbox continuity, and web security, Mimecast provides customers switching from MessageLabs with a comprehensive solution for email security and management. And with lots of experience helping customers transitioning to the Mimecast platform, Mimecast makes the process of switching from MessageLabs fast and easy.
Ready to learn more about switching to Mimecast? We are offering a price match offer* for current Symantec customers! We will match your current pricing for both Email security.Cloud and Web security.Cloud, and to ensure a seamless transition we will provide a no cost migration. If you are interested in exploring our price match promotion, please provide your contact information and a Mimecast representative will contact you with the details and terms of this offer.
Is your Symantec contract not expiring for a while? Contact us to see if you are eligible to have Mimecast buyout the remainder of your existing term!
*This promotion is subject to applicable terms and conditions, which your Mimecast or partner representative can provide.
Switching from MessageLabs to Mimecast is an extremely smart business decision for many reasons.
Customer confidence in an industry-leading solution. With MessageLabs, many organizations no longer have confidence that the product will continue development to stay abreast of emerging threats. In contrast, Mimecast’s commitment to providing the best cybersecurity and resilience service on the market enables customers to rest easy knowing their email security system is the best there is.
Superior customer service. MessageLabs customers have no idea what to expect when it comes to future customer service. Customers may experience increased hold times and greater frustration as Symantec’s support for the product was not listed as a priority in the acquisition announcement (whereas three other “highest ROI” products were). On the other hand, customers switching from MessageLabs to Mimecast benefit from Mimecast’s legendary customer service program with leading customer satisfaction rates and a local presence in all markets.
Excellent protection. Mimecast provides customers switching from MessageLabs with a variety of innovative capabilities, including:
As your next renewal approaches, take a few minutes to compare the many benefits of switching from MessageLabs to Mimecast.