"Our activities in the social space are rooted in building relationships. Social destinations were created for this reason - connecting people and providing outlets to share. By maintaining our commitment to building these more personal relationships, we are able to provide our brand fans with an authentic social experience that is focused on connections, discussions and shared experiences." Mike DePaolo, Team Titleist Manager, Titleist
"Zimbra has enabled us to consolidate our hybrid email system into a single email solution. The performance of Zimbra is very good - emails are delivered faster; it supports a wide range of devices, platforms and email types." Pertisth Mankotia, Head of IT, Sheela Foam
"In two years, after buying the Zimbra license and paying for Zimbra support, we were paying less than we were with our legacy vendor. We had successfully achieved 100% ROI." Anand Rao, IT Manager, City of Garden Grove
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The latest release enables organizations to deliver secure collaboration in today's mobile workforce.
The latest release of Zimbra Social 8.5 helps today’s leading brands create unique social experiences. Expand your brand with a full suite of social applications and social networking tools.
Zimbra is proud to announce Zcast – a podcast series featuring Olivier Thierry, Zimbra CMO, as he guides us through important topics, finding valuable insights from today’s global business leaders who have a strong passion for technology and its influence on our lives.
In our inaugural episode we explore some of the basics of email and web security with Zimbra partner MailGuard.
Listen in as Olivier Thierry, CMO at Zimbra, hosts Dr. Larry Ponemon, Chairman and Founder of the Ponemon Institute, in a discussion on “Privacy, Open Source, and the Future of Messaging.” This on-demand conversation touches on data privacy, collaboration technology’s influence on security and privacy, and IT’s changing preference for commercial open source software.