Free cloud anti-spam email service for small businesses
Posted on 26 February 2014.
Halon Security announced Inumbo.com, a contract-free, pay-as-you-go cloud anti-spam email service for small businesses.

The email service is powered by the company's enterprise-class anti-spam solution designed for hosting, datacenter, and cloud service providers. Inumbo.com requires no contract or up-front investment and is free for up to 10 users.


It includes Halon’s easy Open API for quick integration by service providers and integrators, with the option of a hybrid solution for clients who don’t require a full cloud deployment.

Inumbo.com offers datacenters in multiple locations worldwide, allowing users the freedom to choose the best, most secure location to store and process their sensitive data while fulfilling their compliance requirements.

The service runs on Google’s Compute Engine and Rackspace Cloud Servers for almost infinite scalability and provides an Open API for fast integration by integrators and service providers. Pioneering Domain Based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance (DMARC) technology protects against spoofing and phishing attacks that are popular weapons for hackers today.

Halon Security supports both commercial and open-source platforms with speed improvements to its solution that, when compared to its competitors, utilizes hardware more effectively and reduces cost. Other features include IPv6 support.

“Security shouldn’t be expensive and complicated. Our goal at Halon Security is to make security as easy as possible so all businesses can protect their data,” said Jonas Falck, Halon Security CEO. “Small businesses and providers alike need a robust but painless solution for tackling exploding customer spam volumes."






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