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New Version of SpamTitan Released, Including New RESTapi

TitanHQ has released a new version of its leading cloud-based anti-spam service and antispam software. The latest version of SpamTitan – v7.06 – includes a new RESTapi which can be used by partners and clients for seamless integrations.

The latest version was debuted on November 12, 2019. Users of the cloud-based anti-spam service have automatically been upgraded to the latest version. SpamTitan software users had had the latest version downloaded to their appliances, although appliance administrators need to apply the update and accompanying security patches by logging into their user interface.

The latest release includes security patches to address issues with the reporting engine and patches and ISO/OVA images are now available for all clients and partners. The patches cover several packages including OpenSSH, OpenSSL, PHP, ClamAV and sudo.

TitanHQ has enjoyed 30% growth in 2019 fueled in a large part by managed services providers serving the SMB market. The TitanHQ platform is proving popular with MSPs for providing spam filtering, DNS filtering, and email archiving solutions to their clients. Q3, 2019 was the busiest ever quarter for MSP growth at TitanHQ and that strong growth has continued in Q4, 2019.

More than 2,200 MSP partners are now using the TitanHQ platform and Q4, 2019 looks set to beat previous records thanks to the launch of the “Margin Maker for MSPs” initiative for Q4, which has made adoption of the platform even more attractive for MSPs.

TitanHQ is encouraging implementation of the RESTapi and API adoption, which are seen to be vital for the company’s partnership expansion plans. “We have enjoyed a record-breaking growth and the latest enhancements and new features that have been added to SpamTitan will help to ensure growth in 2020 continues at record levels,” said Ronan Kavanagh, CEO, TitanHQ.


Author: Steve Alder is the editor-in-chief of HIPAA Journal. Steve is responsible for editorial policy regarding the topics covered on HIPAA Journal. He is a specialist on healthcare industry legal and regulatory affairs, and has several years of experience writing about HIPAA and other related legal topics. Steve has developed a deep understanding of regulatory issues surrounding the use of information technology in the healthcare industry and has written hundreds of articles on HIPAA-related topics.