12 January, 2005 – FrontBridge Technologies Inc. today announced that it has been awarded the SC Magazine ‘Best Buy’ Award, the magazine’s highest honour, taking first place out of seven vendors in a competitive evaluation of managed email services. FrontBridge was awarded five stars for features, ease-of-use, documentation, and value and was noted as being a premier managed solution for businesses.
Millions of business email users across the globe trust and rely upon FrontBridge’s award-winning, off-premise managed services to mitigate regulatory compliance and legal discovery risk; ensure resilient access to messaging; and, prevent the damaging productivity impact of email-borne malware. Services are deployed globally across the largest and most reliable load-balanced, fully-redundant data centre network, guaranteeing 99.999% service availability with historical 100% historic uptime.
According to Jon Tullett of SC Magazine, “Managed services are an attractive option for business email users. Whether for a large company looking to off-load filtering overhead, or a small company needing a cost-effective way to tackle email threats without upfront investment, we think most organizations could stand to gain from using one.”
Tullett continued, “Managed email security services pose a difficult group test challenge and we feel that our stringent process is one of the most accurate indicators of a service’s capabilities.”
“We are honoured to be the recipients SC Magazine’s prestigious ‘Best Buy’ award as it further validates FrontBridge’s position as the managed email services leader,” said Steve Jillings, president and CEO, FrontBridge Technologies. “We continue to achieve success with our three core service suites -message security, compliance and business resilience – and will continue to extend our services roadmap to ensure security, manageability, and accessibility of all electronic communications resources.”
SC Magazine is a global information security magazine published by Haymarket Business Publications. Its three editions (Asia Pacific Online, North America and Europe) are read in over 50 countries worldwide and have a circulation of approximately 100,000.