Mimecast unveiled its limited edition packaging and migration services for Symantec’s Email Security.cloud, also known as MessageLabs, customers. To date, more than 3800 Symantec customers have successfully migrated to Mimecast. Industry experts have made key observations related to the pending Symantec acquisition by Broadcom, expressing concern over “decaying software assets.” As part of the limited edition packaging services, Mimecast is offering free email security risk assessments, so organizations can see first-hand limitations of their incumbent email security system. Mimecast customers can also benefit from a broader portfolio that is engineered to include superior threat detection, email archiving, mailbox continuity and web security all on a single cloud platform.
Email-borne threats are continuing to evolve and target organizations, not to mention that phishing attacks and ransomware are as dangerous and costly as ever. Outsmarting cybercriminals takes constant attention and innovation. Mimecast is committed to continuing to innovate across all solutions on its platform so customers can have access to the best cyber threat protection and compliance in the market.
According to TechValidate, customers who have migrated to Mimecast have said “it is a tried and trusted service which keeps improving to protect against the latest threats. We have tested other products … and Mimecast has always come up on top.”
“Mimecast has already easily transitioned more than 3800 organizations from the Symantec on-premises and cloud-based email security systems,” said Neil Senior, vice president of global customer success at Mimecast. “We’re ready to talk to customers who are concerned about the impact of their email security provider announcing $1B+ cuts in expenses including research and development, sales and support. Our goal is to provide our Legendary Customer Success® approach from initial migration to completed implementation.”