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Proofpoint’s Complimentary Offer to Help Secure Your Remote Workforce

Over the past few weeks, like much of the rest of the world, I’ve been glued to the news. As someone who has been in the technology industry for over sixteen years, what really stuck out to me was the rapid change organizations took with their workforce. There has been a huge increase in companies either offering their employees to work remotely or making it mandatory. With this shift of workers, we are just now starting to realize that some of our old technology that allowed remote work was never intended for the huge increase in remote workers.

At Proofpoint, we are first and foremost working towards ensuring our customers' continued success, no matter what comes at them. That’s why we’re offering all Proofpoint Enterprise customers Proofpoint Meta free until September 30, 2020 to help relieve the pressure around preserving access to applications.

Proofpoint Meta is a scalable, cloud-based offering that can quickly and easily expand capacity for client-based remote access and enable secure browser-based access to behind the firewall applications—all with a simple, high-performance user experience. With Proofpoint Meta we can offer our customers an easy way to support their huge increase in remote workers.

 

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In order to take advantage of this offer, you’ll need to sign up by April 30, 2020. Free usage of Proofpoint Meta will expire on September 30, 2020. Not only will you have the product free to use but it will also come with free implementation support because we realize your IT teams are very busy working on other things right now. 

There are some additional terms and details specific to the offer. Please contact your Proofpoint sales account manager. They will provide details and help you get Proofpoint Meta up and running in your organization. We will get through this together and Proofpoint will be on your side through this period of transition.

For more information on Proofpoint Meta please click here.

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