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Sendio Partners With TKC Integration On E-Mail Security Platform

Alliance enables delivery of Sendio's E-mail Security Platform to federal sector
IRVINE, Calif. & ANAHEIM, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sendio, Inc., an innovative e-mail security company with solutions that incorporate the human element to totally eliminate spam and e-mail threats in the enterprise environment, today announced from the DISA Customer Partnership Conference being held April 20-24 in Anaheim, Calif., that it has partnered with TKC Integration Services, LLC (TKCIS), SEWP & GSA contract holder. The partnership with TKCIS, which works with Fortune 500 companies to deliver IT solutions to the federal government, enables Sendio to further expand the reach of its E-mail Security Platform (ESP) to federal agencies.

Sendio's e-mail security solutions are already helping government entities throughout the country address spam, viruses and other e-mail security threats unique to the government. Through this partnership with TKCIS, Sendio is renewing its focus on servicing the federal sector and is offering government agencies a discounted price for the scalable and highly effective ESP. Because government entities rely heavily upon secure e-mail and cannot afford to miss important e-mails incorrectly tagged as spam (false positives), Sendio's ESP presents an ideal solution that saves valuable IT resources and completely eliminates spam and e-mail threats without creating false positives.

"We decided to partner with Sendio because we know government agencies need a robust and differentiated e-mail security technology rather than traditional filter solutions that just do not work," said Joel Lipkin, General Manager of TKCIS. "In this economic environment, Sendio is especially well positioned to respond to governmental agencies' critical need for a cost effective, scalable e-mail security solution."

Sendio's E-mail Security Platform is the only solution designed specifically for the enterprise that utilizes Contact Checking as opposed to content scanning to completely eliminate spam and e-mail threats. The ESP obtains its effectiveness through a combination of SilverListing, a proprietary technology that includes a set of low-level SMTP tests to determine the legitimacy of the sending e-mail server, and Sender Address Verification (SAV), which verifies the authenticity of first-time, unsolicited senders and introduces a human element into the process. Sendio's ESP far surpasses the effectiveness and capabilities of current spam filter offerings to finally secure the enterprise inbox.

"This partnership with TKCIS is an important step in our plan to expand Sendio's e-mail security solutions into the federal government space," said Kevin Bowyer, CEO of Sendio. "We look forward to TKCIS opening the door to a large group of federal agencies that could benefit greatly from Sendio's E-mail Security Platform."

To learn more about Sendio's ESP, please visit www.sendio.com/products.

About Sendio, Inc. Sendio, Inc., an innovative e-mail security company based in Irvine, California, re-establishes e-mail as a trusted communications tool by totally eliminating spam and e-mail threats in the enterprise environment. This results in dramatic time savings for users and for IT staff and reclaims lost resources for the company. Unlike filters, which require ongoing maintenance but remain only partially effective, Sendio's proactive approach to e-mail security incorporates a critical human element that brings authenticity and control to e-mail communications. Enterprise customers, in rapidly growing numbers, are adopting Sendio's e-mail security platform (ESP) to save time and money and to provide their employees and partners with a healthier and more focused business environment. For more information, please visit www.sendio.com.

About TKCIS, LLC TKC Integration Services (TKCIS) is a subsidiary of Qivliq, LLC, an Alaska Native owned corporation. TKCIS is a Value Added Reseller of information technology products and services to the U.S. Federal Government. For more information, please visit www.tkcis.com.

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