Proofpoint Unveils Email Security ServiceProofpoint Unveils Email Security Service
Proofpoint introduced its Proofpoint on Demand offering
August 6, 2007
CUPERTINO, Calif. -- Proofpoint, Inc., (http://www.proofpoint.com) the leading provider of unified email security and data loss prevention solutions, today introduced its Proofpoint on Demand™ offering, which delivers Proofpoint’s industry-leading messaging security features—including anti-spam, anti-virus, email policy enforcement, data loss prevention and policy-based encryption capabilities—as a cost-effective, easy-to-adopt and easy-to-manage on-demand service.
Based on the same enterprise-proven platform that powers Proofpoint Messaging Security Gateway™ appliances and Proofpoint Protection Server® software, Proofpoint on Demand offers the industry’s most effective protection against both inbound and outbound email-borne threats, without requiring the installation of on-premise hardware or software. Proofpoint now offers customers the widest array of deployment options and is the only email security vendor to deliver its solutions in hardware appliance, virtual appliance, software and hosted service form factors.
“With the introduction of Proofpoint on Demand, Proofpoint is bringing its expertise in addressing the unique email security requirements of large enterprises to the software-as-a-service market. Until now, on-demand email security solutions such as Postini and MessageLabs have taken a ‘one size fits all’ approach that doesn’t offer the level of flexibility, security and control that larger enterprises prefer,” said Sandra Vaughan, senior vice president of products and marketing for Proofpoint. “Proofpoint on Demand uniquely combines the power and customizability of Proofpoint’s enterprise-proven email security platform with the cost-effective convenience of the hosted delivery model.”
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