Mimecast delivers cloud-based email management for Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Office 365, including archiving, continuity and security. By unifying disparate and fragmented email environments into one holistic solution that is always available from the cloud, Mimecast minimizes risk and reduces cost and complexity, while providing total end-to-end control of email.
Founded in the United Kingdom in 2003, Mimecast serves thousands of customers globally and has offices in Europe, North America, Africa, Australia and the Channel Islands.
Mimecast’s security, archiving and continuity cloud services protect business email and deliver comprehensive email risk management in one fully-integrated subscription service. Mimecast reduces the risk, complexity and cost traditionally associated with protecting email. You no longer have to manage an array of disjointed point solutions from multiple vendors. And you mitigate single vendor exposure if you have moved your primary email server to the cloud with services like Microsoft Office 365.
activereach is an authorised value added reseller of Mimecast solutions.
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Misconfiguration is the greatest threat to data hosted in the public cloud, followed by loss and abuse of credentials, and insecure interfaces.
Source: IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index 2019
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