Spark to move Xtra email from Yahoo! to SMX

14 September 2016

Source: Stuart Corner, Computerworld New Zealand. Spark is to bring the mailboxes of its Xtra email service customers on shore, transferring them from Yahoo! to local email service provider SMX, which operates from a Spark data centre.

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Spark kicks Yahoo to the kerb; teams with SMX to bring Xtra email back to Kiwi soil

14 September 2016

Source: Sara Barker, BizEDGE (Techday). Spark says it's bringing its email services 'home', after the announcement it will be dropping the Yahoo-owned Xtra email service and moving to SMX, a Kiwi-owned email provider based in Auckland.

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SMX launches new anti-phishing software to combat sophisticated email fraud attacks

15 June 2016

SMX has launched new software enhancements to its SMX SmartRules® software designed to protect against sophisticated email phishing fraud.

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Record growth for NZ's SMX as cloud email security demand soars

30 March 2016

Source: Heather Wright, SecurityBrief NZ (Techday). Cloud email security services provider SMX is reporting increased demand for its services as cybersecurity becomes of increasing concern, with the company adding 30,000 new users last quarter.

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Ministerial TaaS Panel announcement: Over $20m saved on AoG Telecommunications contract

18 November 2015

Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce and Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dunne have announced a list of twelve telecommunications providers who have been selected to provide telecommunications and managed security services to Government. (Transcript of official announcement.)

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Microsoft Office 365 + SMX: Have your cake and eat it

16 June 2015

A rapidly growing number of small to mid-sized companies and organisations (SMEs) are choosing to move their in-house Microsoft Exchange servers to the cloud with Microsoft Office 365. All good. But because Microsoft Office 365 offers email filtering as part of the package, the necessity of SMX in the Microsoft Office 365 space has been challenged. And that’s not so good.