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ABSTRACT:

Email security and compliance are critically important to organizations of all sizes. Email-based attacks are on the rise, archiving and e-discovery needs are escalating and IT departments are increasingly accountable for addressing these needs within an organization. Yet in a period when IT budgets are stretched, organizations with on-premise solutions invest significantly more money and IT resources maintaining security infrastructure - performing often unplanned and unexpected capacity upgrades - and less time on strategic activities that drive business. Consider the following:

  • At least 75% of all email traversing the Internet is spam and 38% of organizations reported that malware had infiltrated the corporate network through email during the 12-month period ended April 2009.
  • More than 60% of organizations believe that the IT department holds the majority of the responsibility for communications security and compliance, but fewer than 20% feel they are well equipped to handle it
  • 42% of Best-in-Class organizations decreased their help-desk costs and time need to remediate email attacks by more than 20%.

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