About CES.org

We started CloudEmailSecurity.org with a clear goal to provide competitive analysis tools on Email Security solutions and to simplify the process of analyzing and understanding each of the technologies, as well as how they work. CloudEmailSecurity.org content has been produced in a collaborative environment involving professionals with different IT security backgrounds. We would like for CES.org to be the most accurate, up to date and reliable source of information and that is why we welcome as many vendors as possible to get involved in this project and to help improve it. We will continue to invite professionals and vendors to join and list below everyone involved.

CloudEmailSecurity.org current team members include:

  • Simon Minton. VP EMEA at Marker Advisors.
  • Stefano Spirito. Technical Client Manager at Bremmar Consulting.
  • Robert Garsaball. Lead Programmer at Antaviana.

CloudEmailSecurity.org is all about providing useful and reliable information for the community. Everyone willing to collaborate has to be fully committed to provide the most accurate information available. Due to our limited resources and time, we cannot guarantee that all information is always up to date and has been double checked at all times. That is why we ask anyone that notices any wrong data to get in touch and report it. We will review it and update it as soon as possible.

We would also like to take this opportunity to ask you to rate and review the service you are currently using to help the community with your valuable opinion.

For a better understanding of each technical section see the glossary of terms.

Contact us

CloudEmailSecurity.org is open to collaborators and vendors who would like to help improve all the information cloud-based email security topics. If you would like to send your suggestions, provide complementary information or underline misleading data that needs to be reviewed, please send it to feedback@cloudemailsecurity.org and we will try to respond as soon as possible. We would like to point out though that the time allocated to this project is limited and it may sometimes take longer than desired to respond or update the site. We would beg your patience if that is the case.

UptimeRobot & Spiceworks

When compiling this website, we wanted to incorporate live data that complements the information available. That is why we integrated within the site some tools, such as UptimeRobot or link to external sources, such as SpiceWorks. We are huge fans of those sites and we strongly recommend them to IT administrators looking for reliable IT information and tools.

UptimeRobot

Uptime Robot is all about helping you to keep your websites up. It monitors your websites, SMTP Servers - (port 25), etc. and alerts you if services are down. The service monitors server availability and performance externally. When your service goes down, it notifies you instantly via email or other means so that you may be aware of the issue. In addition, UptimeRobot provides detailed statistics about the services availability and response times so that you have the overall picture on availability and downtime.

For further information on UptimeRobot visit:
http://uptimerobot.com

SpiceWorks

Spiceworks is the vertical network for IT that more than 6,000,000 IT professionals use to connect with one another and over 3,000 technology brands. What started in 2006 as “the free IT” revolution has turned into a way of life for many in the IT world.
The company simplifies how IT professionals discover, buy and manage more than $600 billion in technology products and services each year. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Spiceworks is backed by Adams Street Partners, Tenaya Capital, Institutional Venture Partners (IVP), Shasta Ventures and Austin Ventures.

If you are not a member yet, we do encourage you to sign up with Spiceworks:
http://www.spiceworks.com