Brisbane-based data storage distributor, IDS-G, has added email classification vendor, Titus Labs, to its product line-up.
Managing director, Stephen Robins, said the decision was based on market demand for email archival requirements.
"Most email users have a desire to archive but that can be hard unless there is some definition of what you want to do with it," he said. "This solution allows users to define the value of the email when they send it."
IDS-G will distribute the entire Titus range, which includes Message Classification for Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Web Access as well as Document Classification for Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.
The company will also carry MessageRights, which allows users to control the distribution of sensitive mail, and Titus Labs Rights Gateway, a server-based policy enforcement software that allows users to stop sensitive, confidential or classified information being distributed to unauthorised users or domains.
Robins said he would bundle the Titus range with Copan storage products. He hoped it would generate 25 per cent of company revenues within 12 months.
The entry-level product starts at 50 seats and is sold on a per-user basis. Robins aims to expose the range to SME and enterprise sectors, particularly targeting Microsoft Outlook and Exchange users.
"It starts from the low end of email classification and offers various levels of email security, which is quite suitable for security sensitive organisations," he said.