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Research and Markets: Analysis of the Global E-mail Content Security Market: Corporate Data Faces Advanced Threats

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/d8g7wm/analysis_of_the) has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report "Analysis of the Global E-mail Content Security Market: Corporate Data Faces Advanced Threats" to their offering.

Companies currently are faced with managing new corporate e-mail concerns consisting of spear phishing, data loss, spam, archiving/reporting mandates, and e-mail continuity. These issues have caused significant financial damage to businesses. This study covers the global e-mail content security market. Market drivers and restraints, along with revenue forecasts and pricing data, have been provided to 2016. The market is segmented into on-premises and cloud solutions. Furthermore, a competitive analysis of market participants is included. Finally, conclusions and implications offer insight into the future of the market.

Market Overview - Definitions:

Included in this e-mail content-filtering market analysis are security products with e-mail content-filtering features that inspect total content of message (header and body).

Features Will Include:

- Detection and removal of spam e-mails

- Malware URL and attachments

- Inappropriate content (images and attachments)

- Inspection of outgoing e-mail using data loss prevention (DLP) features

- Content/context analysis

- Internet Protocol (IP) reputation

- URL lists

- Sandboxing technologies

- Encryption services

- Archiving, administration, and reporting solutions

This study includes all regions, namely, North America; Latin America; Europe, Africa, and the Middle East (EMEA); and Asia-Pacific (APAC).

Unit pricing will be measured in terms of percent revenue and growth forecasting due to the large disparity between on-premises and cloud pricing structures.

On-premises, software, virtual, and cloud solutions are included in the pricing analysis.

Total cloud revenue is defined as the sum of virtual and cloud solution revenue.

Channel distribution revenue includes value-added resellers (VAR), channel partners, and direct sales.

The cloud, or software-as-a-service (SaaS), for e-mail is defined as remote computing infrastructure delivering e-mail services to devices, such as desktops, laptops, or mobile units, without the need for a managed physical product or appliance physically located within the organization.

Key Questions This Study Will Answer:

- Will e-mail attacks such as malicious URLs or malware attachments become a primary concern for corporate e-mail systems?

- Are more acquisitions expected to occur to achieve product differentiation in terms of market growth, product quality leadership, and customer value?

- Will government regulations create complexity in fully meeting e-mail compliance requirements?

- Will cloud providers providing complete e-mail security dominate market share by 2016?

- Are consumerized devices increasing challenges for executives to share sensitive e-mail data?

- Are partnerships and strategic alliances becoming a dominant trend in providing customer value?

Key Topics Covered:

Executive Summary

Market Overview

Total E-mail Content Security Market

- External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints

- Forecasts and Trends

- Market Share and Competitive Analysis

On-premises Segment Breakdown

Cloud Segment Breakdown

The Last Word (Conclusions and Implications)

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/d8g7wm/analysis_of_the

Source: Frost & Sullivan

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