CronLab

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CronLab Ltd.
Type Private
Industry Telecommunications, IT
Founded Gothenburg, Sweden (2009 (2009))
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Products Anti-Spam – Hardware Appliances, Anti-Spam – Hosted Incoming Filtering, Anti-Spam – Hosted Outgoing Filtering, Email Archiving – Hosted, Email Attachment Saver, Web Filter – Hosted
Website http://cronlab.com

CronLab Limited is a privately held limited company which provides information security solutions based on hardware appliances and hosted (SaaS) services.[1]

CronLab has offices in London, United Kingdom and Gothenburg, Sweden.

History[edit]

CronLab, founded in Gothenburg, Sweden, introduced its first Anti-Spam Hardware Appliances in 2009. The appliances have received positive reviews from industry media such as PC Pro,[2] CRN Magazine,[3] and SC Magazine,[4] which cited the systems for their ease of use and quick set up, and tested the email filtering technology as 99% accurate.

In 2010 the company moved its headquarters to London, United Kingdom. It has also released software as a service hosted models of the spam filtering technology[5] awarded a recommendation by Techworld,[6] and hosted email archiving solutions.[7]

CIDE Group, a toy manufacturer, partnered with CronLab on development of a children's tablet computer. The tablet, called "Kurio", features CronLab's hosted web-filtering and parental controls technology.[8]

CronLab has agreements for distribution in France, Belgium, Switzerland,[9] Germany,[10] Norway,[11] Bulgaria, Moldova, Romania,[12] Ireland and the United Kingdom.[13]

The company’s security products aim to protect against email and web threats such as spam, spyware, trojans and viruses, and they also provide an email archiving solution.[14] CronLab’s products support multi-tenancy and are marketed to ISPs, MSPs and IT consultants. Their products can all also be white labelled.[15]

References[edit]

  1. ^ CronLab signs distribution agreement for France with Cerberis, 2012-03-19, retrieved 2012-04-08 
  2. ^ "CronLab Light 1100 anti-spam appliance review", PC Pro, 7 March 2011, retrieved 2012-04-08 
  3. ^ "CronLab Light 1100 anti-spam appliance", CRN Magazine, 8 June 2011, retrieved 2012-04-08 
  4. ^ "CronLab Pro 2000 Anti-Spam", SC Magazine, 25 February 2011, retrieved 2012-04-08 
  5. ^ "Virus i spam ökar explosionsartat", Computer Sweden, 2011-08-20, retrieved 2012-04-08 
  6. ^ "Stort test: Watchguard • Halon • Cronlab • Symantec • Microsoft • Cleanmail", Techworld, 2011, retrieved 2012-04-08 
  7. ^ Museum of eMail & Digital Communications: CronLab Releases Hosted Email Archiving
  8. ^ CronLab enters into a worldwide strategic partnership with CIDE Interactive, part of the CIDE Group of Companies, 12 March 2012, retrieved 2012-04-08 
  9. ^ "CronLab teams up with new VAD in French speaking markets", IT Europa, 20 March 2012, retrieved 2012-04-08 
  10. ^ "CronLab signs Germany, Austria and Switzerland distribution agreement", SC Magazine, 2011-03-21, retrieved 2012-04-08 
  11. ^ "CronLab goes North with Heath Comm", IT Distri, 18 November 2011, retrieved 2012-04-08 
  12. ^ "CronLab expands its European coverage with Provision", IT Distri, 7 June 2011, retrieved 2012-04-08 
  13. ^ "CronLab marks UK expansion with CiRRUS deal", IT Europa, 2011-03-21, retrieved 2012-04-08 
  14. ^ "CronLab launches email archiving tool", SC Magazine, 6 September 2011, retrieved 2012-04-08 
  15. ^ "CronLab releases white-labelled anti-spam solution", SC Magazine, 1 February 2010, retrieved 2012-04-08 

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