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Network Defence Appointed as Reseller for Email Management Specialist Mimecast

September 29th, 2006

IT consultancy and systems integrator Network Defence has been appointed as a UK reseller by email archiving and Software as a Service (SaaS) specialist Mimecast.

The announcement reflects the growing need amongst UK businesses for email filtering and archiving services, in order to handle the exponential growth of email data and meet the increasing requirement for reporting and regulatory compliance. Mimecast’s SaaS delivery model provides all the benefits of managed service technology, but offers better features and functionality, simpler management and greater control.

Mimecast enables businesses to comply with all statutory, industry and best practice requirements from email retention and management, providing a secure offsite data warehousing solution for effective archiving and retrieval of emails and powerful message mining.

A key benefit of Mimecast is that it offers a scalable solution, enabling organisations to manage the growth in email data on an incremental basis, removing the cost implications of migrating to new in-house data warehousing solutions or of purchasing an expensive large-scale solution at the outset.

David Beesley, managing director of Network Defence said, “Email archiving is a hot topic – businesses need a simple and secure means of archiving email data, in order to meet a number of statutory and regulatory compliance issues.

“Mimecast fulfils this requirement, as well as providing a powerful tool for optimising business performance in IT capacity planning, HR compliance and customer relationship management.”

William Zuckermann, UK Sales Director at Mimecast said, “We’re delighted to be partnering with Network Defence. The company has a thorough understanding of the acute email issues businesses face, along with solid experience in delivering effective and scalable IT solutions to meet new and emerging requirements.”

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