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Postini

Google's email filtering, which eliminates malware and spam from incoming messages. Founded in 1999 as a third-party email service, Postini was acquired by Google in 2007. In 2013, Postini merged into Google Apps and Google Apps Vault (later renamed G Suite and Google Vault). Google Vault archives email and chats for legal compliance.
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DiPietro previously built and managed similar capabilities for Postini and Google.
She has held senior leadership, management and legal roles for various technology start-ups, including companies focused on financial services, including digital currency (Xapo), and mobile payments and mobile wallets (Bling Nation/Lemon Wallet), and SaaS data security (Postini).
He'd last been with Postini, the e-mail service acquired by Google.
The decision Habtoor had to make was whether to go for a local spam and local system or to go for a cloud implementation, in which it would opt for Google Apps and Postini.
With Gmail (including Google email security, powered by Postini), Google Calendar, and integrated IM, users can stay connected and work together with ease.
With Google's acquisition of Postini in September 2007, the company acquired industrial-strength security and anti-spoliation technology.
Google Apps for Government includes Gmail, Talk, Groups, Calendar, Docs, Sites, Video and Postini. The service costs the same as Google's existing Premier Edition offering: US$50 per user per year.
Prior to this, Eiler was senior vice president of marketing at Ingres and also held marketing positions at Postini (now owned by Google) and Business Objects (now part of SAP).
<p>Google releases quarterly statistics from its Postini antispam group.
* Google said it would pay $625 million for Postini, a private firm best known to office workers for its web-based e-mail security and spam-sieving technology.
Software partners including Avaya, a provider of internet phone switchboards for businesses, and Postini, an e-mail security provider, are embedding features of Google Apps into their own software, Girouard said, joining big software makers IBM and BEA Systems, which are making Google Apps work with some of their own programs.
e-mail security company Postini said 2.5 billion spam messages were sent in June 2006.