Tumbleweed MailGate Appliance 3650 targets small and medium enterprises across Asia Pacific regionNovember 14th, 2007 - 8:36 am ICT by admin
“Security threats in messaging are more prevalent now than ever, thus, it is important to offer our customers reliable messaging security solutions to address their everyday needs. Leveraging our proven track record in empowering enterprises and government customers, we incorporated powerful patented security technology into our MailGate Appliance 3650 which benefits SMEs, especially in areas of Data Leakage Protection,” said Stree Naidu, Regional Vice President Asia Pacific and Japan at Tumbleweed.
Naidu added, “Our MailGate Appliance 3650 offering is unique — one area that sets it apart from our competitors is how it can look into the ’slack space’ inside files, such as properties information, revisions, and other meta data, and help ensure that sensitive business information doesn’t slip out.”
Tumbleweed MailGate Appliance delivers one of the most robust, effective and easy-to-manage email security solutions while helping prevent accidental email data leakage that can jeopardize corporate reputation and regulatory compliance.
In addition, MailGate Appliance reduces the complexity associated with protecting sensitive data with an innovative user interface that filters content such as credit card and CUSIP with a simple check box.
Built on a hardened Linux appliance, MailGate Appliance 3650 installs in minutes, and is capable of processing close to two million messages an hour. Its intuitive administrative controls and centralized management capabilities make it the right choice for SMEs.
With the announcement of new premier partners joining the Tumbleweed Alliance Program coupled with the hundreds of professionals selling its products in this region, the company is poised to tackle the high demands of SMEs for innovative, reliable and easy-to-use messaging security solutions. (ANI)
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