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Mimecast Ranked Fifth Fastest Growing Technology Company on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA 2010

Mimecast, a leading supplier of cloud-based email security, continuity, policy control and archiving, today announced that it ranked number five on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA 2010, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Rankings are based on percentage revenue growth over five years. Mimecast grew 7,579% […]

iSheriff Announced New 7.0 Cloud Security Architecture

Orange, California, USA (April 22, 2010) – Internet cloud security vendor iSheriff Ltd, today announced the launch of its latest cloud security solution based on its new version 7.0 architecture. iSheriff says the new 7.0 architecture is a major leap forward for unified Web and e-mail cloud-based security services. It features real-time data and blended […]

  
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    • Cloud app slow? Blame the app, not the cloud July 21, 2017
      It’s 7:00 a.m., and you’re in the office early. You’re hoping that nobody else is accessing the public cloud the company uses and that the inventory application will perform well for a change. However, even with just a handful of users on the cloud at that time of the morning, performance is still lackluster. The knee-jerk […]
    • Think twice before using bare-metal clouds July 18, 2017
      A bare-metal cloud allows you to rent hardware resources from a public cloud service provider, or sometimes a managed service provider. With a bare-metal cloud, you get direct access to the hardware platform without having to go through tenant management systems. Therefore, one of the benefits of bare-metal cloud, as it is sold to the […]
    • Cloud portability is still science fiction July 14, 2017
      Enterprises want cloud portability. Why? Well, they want to hedge bets in case a public cloud provider “breaks bad” in terms of consistently poor service, or performance issues, or, more likely, jacking up the subscription fees to obnoxious levels.As many CIOs I have talked to put it: “We need to have choices. Choices mean leverage.” I […]
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