Welcome to the April edition of Insentragram. It has been a crazy busy month for Insentra while we work on bringing some new services and initiatives to market – some of which are in place and being tested by our partners as you read this message.
In this edition we discuss the old PST chestnut. Much has been written on this topic and with the move to cloud based email platforms, PSTs have become topical once again. In fact, we have one client with over one Petabyte of PST files that need to be consolidated and moved to the cloud. We have also provided a brief precis on Advance Threat Protection – the next round in defending and protecting environments from the more persistent security threats that are evident today.
Last month we introduced our Experience Monitoring Service. This month we expand upon that and have also provided a link to a fun 90 second video discussing the service.
Ever wondered why Insentra has the go to market model that we do? Take a read of my latest blog which is the second in my series called “the method behind the madness” – a series exploring the reasons why Insentra has seen the growth we have. As always, please do take the time to provide us feedback on topics you would like to see covered and anything else you may feel relevant.
The Method Behind the Madness (Part 2)
In part one of this series I explored how corporate culture makes us different on the inside. In this part, I will explore our business model and the impact it has had on our growth. To do so, it is important to understand why we started this business….
Are PST Files Still Relevant?
Read here to explore this 90's trend and decide whether it's something you want to keep in 2016