Australian Company MailGuard Helps US Giant Zimbra to Enhance Security and Privacy for Business Email Users

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A complacent attitude when it comes to email and internet security soon adds up financially, with the Australian Federal Police estimating cybercrime is currently costing Australian businesses $4.6 billion a year. Concerns about cyber privacy and security have grown exponentially as the media spotlight is placed on the world’s largest email providers.

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Why Cloud-Based Email Filtering Is Superior To Using Onsite Applications

Posted by MailGuard Editor on 16 July 2014 21:22:00 AEST

Email filtering is the process by which email is sorted by specific criteria. In the case of email spam filtering, it means filtering out the unsolicited and unwanted emails which clog up your inbox and email server. With the vast number of emails sent and received on a daily basis, email filtering has become vital for processing incoming and outgoing emails in accordance with anti-spam techniques.

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Why Companies Need To Archive Their Business Email And Why They Should Be Stored In The Cloud

Posted by MailGuard Editor on 25 June 2014 03:30:00 AEST

Email has become a form of communication that companies cannot live without. In many businesses now, email may even be the most important and most commonly and widely used form of communication. In fact, in this year alone, the average business email account will receive 81 new emails per day and send approximately 39 per day (Radicati.com). That’s a lot of material coming in and out of each electronic mailbox!

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MailGuard Rejects Google’s Right to Crawl

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Google’s updated terms of service, aimed at providing a legal loophole to allow them to crawl through their user’s emails, has been firmly rejected as a practice by online IT security company MailGuard.

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Nine Million Businesses Suffer As Websites And Email Shut Down

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With no end in sight, up to nine million businesses are in the midst of an online apocalypse. Wreaking havoc on their businesses in the lead up to the Easter weekend, US based domain host HostGator, has gone offline, causing a worldwide blackout of websites and emails for their customers.

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MAILGUARD CUSTOMERS SAFE FROM HEARTBLEED BUG

Posted by MailGuard Editor on 10 April 2014 21:18:00 AEST
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IT Professionals Are Training Themselves Up In Their Own Time

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Filtering Email Increases Productivity

Posted by MailGuard on 10 October 2013 01:30:00 AEDT

How do you take your email, filtered or non-filtered?

Of all the email directed to a typical business around 75% will probably be junk mail, or spam. In our experience we see anywhere between 50% and 90% across our client base. This spam may be harmless but annoying offers of products, or it could lead to serious damage to a firm's computers or data.

 

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Australia’s own Hosted Mail to secure both emails and jobs locally

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Free email hosting sounds good, what is the true cost? Your personal information. Your security. Your business intelligence. Local jobs.Your privacy. More spam. Is it worth it?

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The New and Improved HostedMail

Posted by MailGuard Editor on 19 September 2013 22:41:00 AEST

The wait is over! Our new HostedMail product is ready and waiting to replace our previous email hosting service Managed Mail.

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The 5 Warning Signs Your Email Security is Failing

Posted by MailGuard Editor on 23 July 2013 19:11:00 AEST

1. Support

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Why banks should be adopting the cloud

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Banks could save you from spam with SPF records

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Two Gifts from MailGuard this Festive Season

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With the festive season quickly approaching and holidays coming up, we thought it would be nice to share two Christmas gifts with our partners and clients.

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Could Inbox Zero be the key to reclaiming your inbox?

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