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The average corporate worker sends approximately 105 e-mails per day as of 2011, according to a report from Radicati. Those e-mails run the gamut, from one-sentence correspondence about lunch plans to multi-paragraph reports on the progress of projects. How much of that daily e-mail traffic contains sensitive data about your customers or projects that are in the works? What would the ramifications be if any of that data were intercepted by the wrong person?
DataMotion knows that many businesses are subject to regulations. Whether your data privacy is governed by HIPAA, GLBA, or PCI, the Cloud-based secure e-mail provider can keep your data tucked safely away from prying eyes. But DataMotion’s interface has a wide range of other benefits that will appeal to small businesses.
Using an encrypted pathway, DataMotion transfers e-mail through a secure tunnel. Not only are the e-mails secure, by using the DataMotion platform businesses can keep track of when e-mails were sent and when they were opened, including the IP address of the device on which the message was read. This tracking can help a small business create an audit trail and validate Service Level Agreements, which are useful for businesses that regularly send invoices or account statements via e-mail.
In addition to increasing security and allowing tracking, SecureMail can also lower operating costs. Security and maintenance will be handled by the DataMotion team and the Cloud-based nature of the app will allow it to be used from anywhere.
“SecureMail Automation enables a systems analyst to look like a hero by lowering operational costs, while improving the efficiency of everyday workflows,” said Bob Janacek, DataMotion co-founder and CTO. “Furthermore, they can rest assured that the email delivery is secure, reliable and compliant with industry regulations.”
DataMotion integrates seamlessly with a business’s existing e-mail applications, with no need to go to an additional site to check and send e-mail. Recipients can read secure e-mails from their existing software, as well, requiring only a password issued by DataMotion to read e-mails sent by your business.
DataMotion’s clients include those in government, finance, and healthcare, with the service being used to send everything from criminal background checks to financial activity statements. This has opened up e-mail as an way to send things that once were sent via fax and postal mail–neither of which were guaranteed to be secure. It also saves small businesses money on supplies and equipment and streamlines operations.
Plans start at $4.95 per month per user and include the ability to send secure e-mail to any recipient with access to an Internet connection. All plans also include full message and attachment tracking, access to the SecureMail web portal, and a SecureMail Outlook button to allow easier sending of e-mails using the software your small business is using every day.
For more information about DataMotion, visit the company’s website.
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