By Joel // 2 June 2009 // Related Categories: Announcements

Sick of the nuisance and staff productivity drain caused by spam? Concerned that email-based threats such as virus, malware, and phishing attacks could compromise your network? Aware that if a spam mail is considered offensive by a staff member you could be held liable?

Cisco has partnered with PowerBuy to offer up to $200 cash-back on it's new, enterprise-grade spam & virus blocker. This is an exclusive offer for Australian businesses with between 30 and 100 employees.

Achieve unparalleled detection rates

Most small businesses run some form of mail security and/or spam solution however spam and the odd malicious email still manage to sneak through. The Cisco Spam & Virus Blocker goes far beyond traditional technologies by delivering a very high spam catch rate with very few false positives and virtually no tweaking required out of the box. The Cisco appliance stops spam immediately, unlike other products that require time-consuming manual administration to reach full effectiveness after installation.

The Cisco Spam & Virus Blocker boasts the following features:

  • Precision accuracy: Helps ensure that email threats and spam are caught and business email is delivered.
  • Continuous automatic updates: Constant communication with SenderBase services, a network database of email security threats, ensures that your Cisco Spam & Virus Blocker installs the latest updates to protect your business email.
  • Easy installation and use: Simple browser-based setup wizards allow you to install Cisco Spam & Virus Blocker in nearly any network within 15 minutes, providing protection for your business right out of the box.
  • Effortless management: From the moment the appliance is installed, you get spam protection with no additional effort from you or your staff.

Why Cisco?

Cisco is the global leader in networking & switching and is the I.T. backbone for hundreds of millions of small businesses worldwide. Founded in 1984 by a small group of computer scientists from Stanford University, Cisco has lead the development of Internet Protocol (IP)-based networking technologies. Today, with more than 67,647 employees worldwide, this tradition of innovation continues with industry-leading products and solutions in the company's core development areas of routing, switching and security. Visit to learn more.


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