The State of Email Security 2018 Report
The latest threats, confidence killers and bad behaviors—and a cyber resilience strategy to fix them
Organizations of all sizes constantly share data – both internally as well as with business partners. As technology has advanced, file sizes have increased, putting a greater load on environments. To meet the security and compliance risks of today, organizations need a secure, integrated, file-sharing solution specifically built to send large files.
To keep the performance and availability of email systems, organizations typically enforce a maximum size on email attachments. However, employees may need to send and receive files which exceed those limits. Without an easy to use alternative, employees will resort to using unauthorized and uncontrolled consumer-grade file sharing services.
This can lead to unintended consequences such as sensitive data remaining on insecure file sharing systems. Organizations need to enable employees to send and receive large files as a part of their email workflow, while enforcing compliance with security policies.
Users to send and receive files of up to 2GB, removing large traffic from the email system, without requiring a separate file-sharing service.
Users to create an email as usual, and attach and send large files, just as they do with smaller files.
Administrators to set policies for attachment size – the Mimecast service does the rest.
Integration into Outlook for Windows, Mac, Mimecast brandable Web portal, or sending files via the mobile application.
If you are looking for a cloud-based solution that simplifies large file sharing for users while keeping corporate information secure and safeguarding compliance – you are in the right place. Learn more with this datasheet.