Take control of the costs of your email campaigns
with Email Budgeting
For some organizations, the optimization of outgoing emails includes factors such as tracking and controlling costs and email budgeting. Knowing how your infrastructure is being used and staying within the allocated budget plays an important role, especially if certain departments are your cost centers.
To keep their costs under control, companies need to monitor how many emails are sent daily, how large these emails are and which file attachments leave the company. For example, if IT departments function as profit centers, a detailed breakdown (e.g. by user group or business unit) can provide crucial help in keeping the budget in check.
iQ.Suite – Efficient control of email costs
iQ.Suite enables companies to define and track their budget and costs and monitor their outbound email traffic via detailed reports. The following functions make this possible:
- Logs email traffic
- Reporting based on the drill-down principle
- Reporting by type and size of file attachments (e.g. by file extension)
- Creates custom reporting templates and reports
- Reporting on emails according to user groups or areas, based upon internal and external addresses
- Reports email costs with definition of different cost rates
- Defines email budget
- Graphic display of reports in diagrams and overviews for management
- Efficient tool for controlling of email costs
- Comprehensive evaluation of all email communication using economic criteria
- Detailed statistics regarding email communication, with a granular breakdown into elements such as quantity, attachments, virus infection, department size and much more.
- Ability to create the foundation for a cost allocation based on the profit center or to establish budget limits for particular user groups.
IQ.Suite for Email Budgeting:
Efficient control of email costs
available for Domino, on-prem and cloud
How resilient are German companies to cyber threats?
Hardly anyone who has read the recent cyber security headlines has any doubt that ransomware is the biggest malware threat at the moment. And Germany seems to be one of the main targets since 2015. Last year, it was the seventh most frequently attacked country by malicious emails. This is already an improvement on previous years, when Germany had the highest number of malicious emails (2nd place in 2020).
The analysts at Comparitech, who focus on the topic of cyber security, published an article where they evaluated several studies and summarised the most important facts about the state of cyber security in Germany over the past year. Here is an excerpt of the highlights.