mxHERO integrates its unique cloud-based Mail2Cloud digital bridge to the Dropbox API providing a seamless way for customers to capture content from email
mxHERO, Inc., creator of the mxHERO Mail2Cloud digital bridge, announced an integration with Dropbox Inc.
mxHERO integrated its unique cloud-based Mail2Cloud digital bridge to the Dropbox API providing a seamless pathway for customers to capture both at-rest and in-flight digital content from email systems. In doing so, customers are able to auto-capture an expanded set of enterprise digital content enabling improved security, collaboration, and workflow automation potential right from the Dropbox user interface.
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“Email remains an integral part of our customers’ workflows and we’re delighted to partner with mxHERO”— Jamie Young Perlman, VP, Business Development, Dropbox
Through the integration, email users will have no change management aspects to their current use of email as mxHERO will automatically capture both email body and email attachments for placement into targeted Dropbox folders accelerating collaboration and security outcomes for that same content. Furthermore, users are able to collaborate around digital assets more effectively including digital assets that today, reside within their respective email systems. With an average enterprise-wide deployment time for mxHERO of under ninety (90) minutes, the time to value for customers is significant.
“As public agencies and enterprises continue to adopt cloud-based platforms for their strategic digital content management aims, we believe it is vital that they also consider the significant digital content currently being processed via legacy email systems. Email is insecure, a poor system of record, and an ineffective system of engagement for digital content in today’s high-velocity business environment,” said Donald R. Hammons, mxHERO’s Executive Vice President and Chief Customer Officer.
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Through the integration, mxHERO allows for email’s digital content to be captured and thereby expanding the advantages for customers in the areas of information security, malware/ransomware defenses, content management, digital hygiene, governance, and collaboration.
“Email remains an integral part of our customers’ workflows and we’re delighted to partner with mxHERO to make available a comprehensive set of security features to protect our customers’ email content. The integration brings together mxHERO’s expertise in email security and Dropbox’s expertise in content, resulting in a best-in-class integration for our joint customers,” said Jamie Young Perlman, VP, Business Development, Dropbox.