Posted by: Brein Matturro
Channel, Collaboration software, News
LiveOffice Corp., like many small managed-messaging-service providers, wants to build its channel program while it expands its product offerings. The new product is a Web-based administration console designed to give customers an easy-access view of the volume of mail and number of threats filtered through the secure messaging gateway LiveOffice maintains for them.LiveOffice uses IronMail, a messaging security gateway system from Secure Computing for spam and malware filtering, remote access to performance indicators, encryption for outgoing messages and detailed searches for archived messages required as evidence for court casesLiveOffice executives said they hope Sentinel will give them enough exposure to sign channel partners outside their existing financial-services customer base. It has expanded its channel program to include three tiers, guarantee resellers a minimum of 15% of a registered deal, and promises to double by the end of 2008 the 15% of its revenue that comes in through the channel. Last year LiveOffice generated approximately $15 million in revenues.