AppRiver Introduces SaaS Security PortalAppRiver Introduces SaaS Security Portal
Company integrates entire technology suite into a single unified interface; services include e-mail hosting, e-mail security, archiving, encryption, and Web protection
April 24, 2009
GULF BREEZE, Fla. --(Business Wire)-- Apr 20, 2009 AppRiver, LLC, a leading provider of messaging and Web security services, today introduced a new security portal that offers customers comprehensive security solutions, which are located in one convenient, easy-to-use Software as a Service (SaaS) delivery platform. Customers may now simply log on to my.appriver.com to access AppRiver's full suite of award-winning e-mail and Web security services.
AppRiver's new user interface eliminates the complex processes that businesses face as they manage their messaging environments. By integrating an entire technology suite into a single unified interface, AppRiver dramatically simplifies on-demand delivery and management of its in-the-cloud security services. Customers have the ability to customize the interface and multiple accounts may be controlled by one user, further easing customer interaction with the portal and creating a thorough end-user experience.
Services available through AppRiver's new user portal include e-mail hosting, e-mail security, archiving, encryption and Web protection. The company will feature the following demonstrations at booth #2159 during the RSA Conference 2009:
SecureTide Spam and Virus Protection
Secure Hosted Exchange 2007
SecureSurf Web Protection
MessageSniffer Email Scanning Engine
"Managing multiple tasks such as Web and e-mail protection is a time consuming process," said Neil Derryberry, IT manager, PaperHost. "We are excited about AppRiver's new customer portal because it gives us one simple interface to efficiently and thoroughly secure our inboxes and PCs while maintaining regulatory compliance."
In March 2009, AppRiver expanded its security portfolio to include SecureSurf, a best-of-breed, comprehensive and cost-effective Web filtering and malware protection solution. By adding SecureSurf Web Protection to its in-the-cloud security services, AppRiver protects companies from multi-vector blended threats by thoroughly securing every connection to the Internet. The company also recently partnered with Voltage Security, Inc. to equip businesses of all sizes with powerful e-mail and document encryption for internal and external electronic communication.
"Managing e-mail security, archiving and encryption, and Web protection can be a daunting task for businesses with smaller IT departments," said Michael Murdoch, CEO, AppRiver. "Due to a high level of customer feedback, our portal has been designed to facilitate these mandatory undertakings in a cost-effective model."
For more information on AppRiver's suite of services and a free 30-day trial, please visit www.appriver.com.
AppRiver is a Software as a Service (SaaS) security provider offering secure messaging and Web solutions to businesses of all sizes. In addition to spam and virus protection, the company provides a complete managed service for Microsoft' Exchange. With more than 35,000 customers around the world " and an impressive 97 percent customer retention rate since its inception " AppRiver is one of the largest e-mail security managed service providers worldwide. In 2009, AppRiver was voted "Best Channel Vendor" by Business Solutions magazine, receiving the highest published scores in Service/Support, Product Reliability and Channel Friendliness. The company was also identified as one of the top 100 companies to watch in 2008 by Red Herring magazine. For more information, please visit www.appriver.com.
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