Have you registered for the Mimecast Cyber Resilience Summit Oct. 28-30th in Dallas, Texas?
Where IT and Security Professionals come together to make the world a more resilient place.
Email is the lifeblood of your organization, holding valuable insights for better decision making. Boost productivity and collaboration with smarter email continuity for end-users to manage their email.
Employees demand anytime, anywhere access to key information from their preferred devices and applications – not what is convenient for IT administrators. Unfortunately, administrators rarely consider the needs of their employees at large when considering their archive needs.
At the same time, IT departments have the added challenge of protecting the company against advanced cyber attacks, across a secure network or mobile devices. To add to these challenges, organizations need to enforce corporate governance and compliance policies consistently and reliably to mitigate further cyber risk.
Businesses expect email to be 100% available – without exceptions.
Employees can work smarter and respond more quickly whether in the office or on the road, while administrators retain full centralized control. Mimecast solves productivity challenges with a full suite of apps including an Outlook for Windows add-in, a Mobile applications for iPhone, Android, and Blackberry; plus an Apple Mac and web app. Employees get:
Rapid access to their complete archives – backed by the fastest search in the industry, guaranteed by a seven-second search SLA.
Instant access to all live and historical email when primary mail systems are unavailable
Self-service security features, including spam and phishing reporting, managed sender lists and hold queues.
Mimecast has packed additional capabilities into Microsoft for Outlook to make employees even more productive and remove any incentive to use unapproved third-party share and store applications. Employees can search their personal archives in real-time, send encrypted email messages and share large files and, adjust security settings – all from the familiar Outlook for Windows.