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Google acquired Postini back in 2007, then slowly transitioned features from the hosted security and archiving service into Google Apps. Back in August, Google provided an update about the plan moving forward, noting that it planned to have Postini fully transitioned into Google Apps by the end of the year. At the time, Google released a minute and a half-long …
Google acquired Postini back in 2007, and since then, it has slowly transitioned features from the hosted security and archiving service into Google Apps. Google provided an updated today about the plan moving forward, as it plans to have Postini fully transitioned into Google Apps by the end of next year. “In the past two years, we developed and released …
Someone with a little too much faith in logic might argue that email is at its most secure when messages don’t get through. However, the average person doesn’t see things that way, and this became an issue as Postini, Google’s email security offering, encountered problems yesterday.
IT people, please don’t blame us. We neither conducted nor responded to this security and compliance survey. But the survey’s results indicate that some people (and perhaps a certain search giant) feel you’re not overly effective or efficient.
Google has announced three new packages of email security products on the Google Apps platform powered by Postini.
Google Message Filtering, Google Message Security and Google Message Discovery. According to Google they will operate with any email system, including Lotus Notes, Microsoft Exchange and Novell Groupwise.
Google Message Filtering offers basic spam filtering for any email server and is available for $3/user/ per year. For $12/user/per year Google Message Security provides email security and policy management for incoming and outgoing email messages.
The problem of spam continues to be a major annoyance for many. Over the past two years the amount of spam has increased. According to Postini, a communications security firm they blocked more than 25 million spam messages in December. This was a 144 percent increase from December 2005 to December 2006.