Mimecast Adds Bevy of Services for Microsoft Office 365 Users
The service delivers email to end users during planned or unplanned outages of any part of their email infrastructure, including Office 365.
Enterprise cloud services provider Mimecast announced services to support enterprises moving to Microsoft Office 365 by addressing risks associated with data redundancy, high availability and the need for protection against targeted attacks. Mimecast’s Office 365 services include a high availability email gateway for Office 365, including a complete continuity platform for Microsoft Office 365, delivered from the Mimecast cloud. The service delivers email to users during planned or unplanned outages of any part of their email infrastructure, including Office 365. Federated enterprise services for Office 365 provide unified policy administration and control across complex environments, supporting hierarchical policy inheritance, unified administration logon and discovery, and archive isolation of view requirements.
"Increasing numbers of organizations want to move their messaging, email and archiving to the cloud. But moving these critical services to a single cloud vendor then raises additional concerns for many that still need to be addressed before they are willing to move," Orlando Scott-Cowley, director of technology marketing for Mimecast, said in a statement. "The combination of Microsoft and Mimecast cloud services means even the most conservative of enterprises can embrace the cloud, and decommission the expensive on-premises solutions that have built up on the LAN."