Email is no longer just a convenient utility; it is a critical business system. Beyond ensuring your email services deliver the performance, reliability, and availability you need, you need to make sure that your email is secure and, where appropriate, compliant with existing and emerging regulations.
Cumulus Global offers a range of email security and compliance solutions designed to work with your existing in-house email systems (as well as with Google Apps). Delivered as a Cloud Solution, these solutions do more than ensure your business meets the requirements of your internal policies as well as industry and government regulations. These solutions help improve the performance, availability, and reliability of your email service.
Google Message Security provides industry-best spam and virus protection for inbound and outbound email, along with policy-based TLS encryption, contingency spooling, and a full range of custom filter options.
Message Archive & Discovery adds compliant email archive, e-discovery, and recovery services to Google Message Security. Retention periods can extend up to 10 years with no limits or surchages for storage.
Google Message & Discovery bundles the Google Message Security and the Message Archive & Discovery services.
Google Message Encryption adds message level encryption services to Google Message Security. Messages containing sensitive information are delivered encrypted either to the recipient's email box, or to a secure portal.
Google Message Continuity gives you access to email when your network or in-house Microsoft Exchange server is unavailable. The service also provides Gmail as a more robust web email service.
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