Spamina announces Parla, a new Secure Cloud Email platform
01/21/2014

Founded in 2006, Spamina is a an innovative Cloud-based E-mail & Web security platform that provides not only security and content filtering in corporate communications but also adds their own Secure Cloud Email platforms.

Online PR News – 21-January-2014 – Madrid, Spain. January 20, 2014 – Madrid, Spain. January 20, 2014 Spamina today announced Parla, a brand new secure cloud email platform, featuring a full suite of Email, Collaboration and Security options that comes with an end user agreement that legally protects business corporate Email in a way that US providers cannot due to laws such as the Patriot Act, making Parla a Prism-free and Secure cloud email alternative to providers such as Google Apps or Microsoft 365.

Spamina Parla comes with up to 25Gb of mailbox space providing enterprise-class email, calendar, collaboration and security that is fully integrated. Parla provides the right Email and collaboration environment with fully integrated security layers that protect employees from spam, malware and any other external threats. Customized migration options and dedicated technical support by Spamina will allow IT Admins to easily transition their current platforms. "Parla is our secure business email alternative to Google Apps and Microsoft 365 who cannot simply guarantee the right type of end user agreement due to the NSA,” said Enrico Raggini, Spamina’s CEO. “We have worked hard to build an enterprise class Email and collaboration suite that has a superior Email security layer while making sure our customers data do not land on any country that does not provide the right level of data privacy in their local laws."

Pricing & Availability
Parla comes with 10 gb mailbox for a release price of €2 per user, making one of the most price competitive options in the market and will be available worldwide through Spamina official resellers. The standard version comes with Spamina Cloud Email Firewall built-in with Email Encryption and archiving being optional.