Italiaonline Improves Email Security with CP's Latest RazorGate(R) Innovations
San Mateo, CA, Jul 03, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Critical Path, Inc. (CP), a global leader in Messaging, Security, and Unified Communications, and Italiaonline, Italy's first national internet company, today formally announced their latest successful collaboration.
Italiaonline, the largest digital group in Italy and #3 player in the Italian web market, controls the assets and brands of Matrix SpA and Libero SRL, with more than 20 million unique users per month and 14 million active email accounts.
With such a sizable audience, Italiaonline has upgraded its Libero.it email service to CP RazorGate(R), the most advanced anti-abuse solution for total user security and comprehensive protection for service providers.
Email continues its growth trend, and remains the preferred choice for people to communicate electronically, but traditional anti-spam protection is no longer enough.
"We are glad to have Libero upgrading to the latest CP's RazorGate(R) solution," said Ciaran McGovern, VP of Product Management at CP. "RazorGate(R) is designed to protect users and organizations from the threat of internet-based messaging attacks. Clustering edge-security techniques - including the industry's fastest MTA with traffic management, anti-virus, anti-spam, and anti-malware technologies from leading providers - CP's RazorGate(R) provides world-class messaging security and protection for service providers and enterprises of all sizes," he added.
"Security is a major issue on the internet, and technology can only address a part of that," said Gabriele Mirra, Vice President, Business Unit Portal at Italiaonline. "As a company we look at threats and solutions from multiple perspectives in order to give our customers the most complete coverage and confidence possible," he added.
CP's innovations with RazorGate(R) contribute to increasing malware and spam detection accuracy while continuing to deliver cost-effective operation. RazorGate(R) seamlessly integrates with any existing mail system and is a natural extension for CP's Message Servers. RazorGate(R) is available in a variety of deployment options to best meet customer needs: via the cloud, as a software solution, or an all-in-one appliance.
About Critical Path, Inc.
CP is a global leader in Messaging, Security, and Unified Communications. CP connects the world, delivering superior technology, solutions, service, and support to leading Enterprise and Service Provider customers worldwide. CP empowers customers with maximum choice, flexibility, and confidence by delivering world-class, scalable solutions via the cloud, software, and appliance.
CP's extensive portfolio of products, delivered as white-label services and applications, enables millions of people to communicate, connect, share, and organize while providing industry-leading safety and assurance. With offices around the globe, CP helps customers drive revenue, boost loyalty, streamline operations, and reduce costs. More information is available at http://www.cp.net.
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Italiaonline is the company formed from Libero's acquisition of Matrix, grouping all the assets and brands from Matrix Spa and Libero Srl together in February, 2013. Italiaonline is controlled by Weather Investments II Sarl, owned by Egyptian businessman Naguib Sawiris, a global player in the telecommunications space. Italiaonline's leading portfolio of assets and brands includes the Libero and Virgilio portals, the Di-Lei women's web magazine, the 1254 and Apritisito utilities, the Italiaonline ADV and Italiaonline Local web advertising agencies, and the ITnet solution provider.
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