|By Business Wire||
|March 18, 2014 11:11 AM EDT||
Sendio, the leader in email security and inbox productivity, today announced the release of its new email security operating system. Sendio 7 is the most streamlined and secure operating system yet and will be able to run on the most advanced industry hardware.
Sendio’s CEO, Kip Quackenbush, is excited about foundation laid by Sendio 7. “Sendio 7 not only sets the stage for new email security enhancements coming in the very near future, but also for new productivity features that will help our customers get more value out of the time they spend in their inbox. We are fortunate to enjoy a very loyal customer base and with this new operating platform we are delivering on the promise of eliminating spam, bulk, malicious and junk email, giving back an average of 28% of a users’ day to more productive tasks.”
Based on an updated Linux kernel, Sendio 7 provides an enhanced platform allowing Sendio’s development team to execute on several new initiatives in support of Sendio’s stated mission to:
- Remove 100% of malicious emails and spam while making sure its users get every email they should,
- Allow customers to control which machine-generated emails have access to their inbox,
- Provide easy access to messages held outside the inbox that may be meaningful but are not significant enough to warrant inbox access.
Sendio 7 will allow Sendio to continue the execution of its mission and to develop enterprise-specific feature enhancements so that companies of all sizes and compliance requirements may benefit from the core security and efficiency gains Sendio provides to the workplace.
About Sendio, Inc.
Founded in 2003, Sendio is a feisty, venture-backed, privately held company whose products protect the email environments of enterprises and institutions from attacks and abuse, and dramatically increases employee productivity by reducing the amount of time required to manage an email inbox.
Sendio has cost effective, time-saving delivery methods (hosted, appliance, or virtual appliance) that are rapidly gaining market share. For more information, visit http://www.sendio.com.
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