Verizon Expands BTB E-Mail Services

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Verizon Online recently debuted its virus-scanning system for e-mail aimed at small and midsize businesses.


The system was designed to scan and identify computer viruses, worms and other forms of malicious code in e-mail attachments. Adding to its outsourced e-mail delivery service, the Reston, VA-based telecommunications firm hopes to expand its niche in the business-to-business e-mail sector.


"While no Internet security system is ever 100 percent infallible, we think [these] security products provide an increased level of security against computer viruses that was not previously available to small-business users," said Tim Eggleston, director of business services at Verizon.


Verizon also offers support and disaster-recovery e-mail services.


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