by Alexander Hüls | 27.05.2022 | News
Today I’m once again thinking of how glad I am to work for a company with a strong commitment to social projects and who takes the notion of corporate responsibility seriously. Not only for victims of the war in Ukraine or through our “Retarus Helps” social activities at our Munich headquarters, but also provides support for both people and the environment. Retarus regularly donates laptops and computers to schools in some of the poorest regions of the world.
Tags: Africa // Corporate Responsibility // donations // Retarus helps // Senegal
by Alexander Hüls | 07.10.2021 | News, Product News
The modular Retarus Secure Email Platform now includes a further innovative service: Trace & Recover. The service complements Retarus Transactional Email by caching transactional emails securely in an intelligent short-term storage. Companies can save significant time and money – especially if they operate complex application landscapes with numerous workflows. Last but not least, customer satisfaction increases.
Tags: Secure Email Platform // Trace & Recover // Transactional Email
by Alexander Hüls | 22.07.2021 | News
We are further expanding our site in Romania. The subsidiary in Timişoara has been on a positive growth trajectory since its launch in December 2019. The number of customer projects has increased by 40 percent since mid-2020. Retarus has also recently relocated to larger, centrally located offices with all the latest mod cons.
Tags: growth // Romania
by Alexander Hüls | 23.03.2021 | Cloud, News
“Authorities should immediately stop using Microsoft” was the strident tone echoed across headlines following a recent press release issued by a German state Data Protection Commissioner. However, there are cloud services that are fully GDPR compliant.
Tags: Cloud Services // Data Protection // GDPR
by Alexander Hüls | 22.02.2021 | Cloud, News
Suppose you were to one day discover that your monthly bill has not been sent out by your messaging provider. Or that your orders and notifications to both suppliers and customers have simply been blocked!
Tags: Australia // Lock-in // Open Standards