Businesses can easily generate thousands of new email messages every day. Storing these messages in-house — and finding messages in the archive to meet business, regulatory, and legal needs — is a huge drain on resources. McAfee SaaS Email Archiving provides unlimited, in-the-cloud storage for your mail. This easy-to-use and cost-effective message archiving service is always up, never grows obsolete, and doesn’t require the ongoing management and maintenance associated with hardware-based solutions, such as tape backups.
Tamperproof storage to meet compliance — SaaS Email Archiving securely pulls messages from your server and stores them using 256-bit encryption. Dual commit message capture ensures emails aren’t deleted from your server until accurate copies are made and verified. This integrated data security prevents message tampering, reduces legal liabilities, and helps ensure compliance with federal and industry regulations covering email communications.
Powerful email discovery — Search features expedite finding specific messages for review, compliance, and e-discovery. Easily access a single message — or thousands of messages — in seconds, using either simple or advanced search criteria, including sender, recipient, date range, message content, and even attachment content.
Simple, scalable email archive management — Set up and maintain your email archiving solution with unparalleled ease. Reduce administration efforts with an intuitive, easy-to-use console, integration with Microsoft Outlook 2003 – 2013, and common email configurations. With unlimited, in-the-cloud storage, SaaS Email Archiving scales appropriately to fit your needs, so you’ll never see declining performance as your email archive grows.
Back up every inbound, outbound, and internal email, reducing the size of your Microsoft Exchange database and replacing cumbersome, unreliable tape backup with a flexible archiving service. Messages are transported securely via TLS or SSL, and stored using 256-bit encryption. Retention terms of up to 10 years are available.
Search current and historical archives from a single console, available in 18 languages, to satisfy discovery and compliance needs. Locate a single stored email message — or thousands of messages — in seconds, using powerful, rapid search functionality. Use simple or advanced search criteria, including sender, recipient, date range, message content, and even attachment content, and view multiple saved searches.
Consolidate internal .pst files to shrink your Microsoft Exchange database to a more manageable size.
Comply with federal and industry regulations covering email communications. SaaS Email Archiving delivers tamperproof read-only and encrypted storage, dual data centers, automatic quality verification, dual commit message capture, auditable message serialization to comply with SEC requirements prohibiting tampering or deletion of messages, advanced search functions, and secure message transport.
Meet your industry requirements for archiving and storing email. McAfee SaaS Email Archiving supports industry retention and compliance regulations.
Synchronize your account information for users and groups through the Directory Services Connector, eliminating the need to manually make changes in either the corporate Active Directory (AD) or your McAfee SaaS system.
Get the most sophisticated features at the most attractive price point. With McAfee’s Security-as-a-Service model, there’s no hardware or software to buy or maintain, and no long-term contract commitment. Flexible licensing options of one year or longer are available.
Count on our highly trained support specialists for answers to your questions and help resolving any issues around the clock.
Journaling must be enabled and configured to support message archiving using the appropriate journaling configuration tool.
McAfee SaaS Email Archiving supports over 300 different file attachment formats, including the most common business file formats. Attachment names and content can be searched even when compressed within Zip files.
For guidance on how to use this McAfee product (formerly Total Protection Service), watch the Quick Tips video listed above.
For the third year in a row, McAfee Email Protection earned SC Magazine’s Five-Star Rating. “Strengths: ClickProtect and Threat Detection features are great additions to an already full-featured email security platform.”
SC Magazine has named McAfee and McAfee Email Protection as an Industry Innovator.
Strengths: Easy to configure and manage, and loaded with predefined templates for security and compliance. Verdict: Scalable, reasonably priced and competent. What’s not to like? Our Best Buy.
Leading analyst firm Gartner, Inc. has named McAfee a leader in its "Magic Quadrant for Secure Email Gateways" as published on July 2, 2013.
Established security player McAfee has embraced cloud security that includes protection for email, web, and identity authentication traffic.
Premier analyst firm Forrester Research, Inc. has named McAfee a leader in “The Forrester Wave™: Email Content Security, Q4 2012.” We consider this a testament to the strength, stability, flexibility, and effectiveness of McAfee’s email protection solutions.
The Holy Grail of IT products is one that is low cost, easy to use, and offers a rich feature set. McAfee Email Protection easily fits those criteria in the email security and content filtering space. Verdict: An absolutely brilliant product. We make it our Best Buy.
The Intel-owned security company has been preaching cloud security measures since before the cloud truly formed. McAfee’s central cloud piece is the Cloud Security Platform, which secures content and data—e-mail, Web and identity—as it moves to and from the cloud.
With five stars across the board in every product rating category, McAfee Email Protection was awarded the top 5-Star Rating by SC Magazine – measured on its features, ease of use, performance, documentation, support and value for the money.
Technologyville improves cloud services for small and mid‑sized businesses with McAfee SaaS solutions.
Topics : Email & Web Security, McAfee Labs
Topics : Email & Web Security, Security-as-a-Service (SaaS)
Topics : Email & Web Security, Security-as-a-Service (SaaS)
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