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ArcMail Debuts Hosted Archiving for Enterprise Content

ArcMail Debuts Hosted Archiving for Enterprise Content
October 23, 2013 8:43AM


ArcMail Introduces Hosted Archiving for Simple, Secure and Affordable Information Governance -- Archiving Pioneer Adds Fully-Managed Hosted Archiving to Complete Family of Solutions Designed for Enterprise Content Archiving and Data Retention

Neustar, Inc. (NYSE: NSR) is a trusted, neutral provider of real-time information and analysis to the Internet, telecommunications, information services, financial services, retail, media and advertising sectors. Neustar applies its advanced, secure technologies in location, identification, and evaluation to help its customers promote and protect their businesses. More information is available at www.neustar.biz.

Organizations in need of a simple, secure and cost-effective approach to protecting, organizing and managing their business-critical communications and data can now turn to the ArcMail Hosted Archiving (AHA) solution, which was just launched by ArcMail Technology, Inc.

Whether a company needs to archive for e-discovery, compliance or ongoing information governance, ArcMail AHA offers a turnkey solution for reliable and secure enterprise archiving.

“The process of archiving and protecting corporate communications and data has become increasingly complex, with an IT ecosystem made up of more data types -- and a higher data volume -- than ever before. The stakes are incredibly high, and the risk of lost or unavailable data, and the time required to manage it, continues to trouble today’s over-burdened IT teams,” said Rory Welch, CEO of ArcMail. “Fortunately, the new ArcMail Hosted Archiving solution provides a cost-effective answer that checks all the boxes for hosted enterprise archiving including reliability, security and simplicity.”

Simple to Set Up, Simple to Use

As a fully-managed solution, ArcMail Hosted Archiving requires minimal customer set up: organizations need only provide a few network details and ArcMail’s technical support specialists will launch the archive. From there, the customer’s in-house system administrator can take a few simple steps to configure user permissions and retention policies in accordance with their organization’s specific compliance requirements. Furthermore, because AHA runs on the award-winning ArcMail archiving platform, historical data can be imported on an as-needed basis as archiving needs change.

Ultimate Security and Protection

Upon purchase of an ArcMail hosted solution, two separate ArcMail archiving systems -- designated specifically for each customer -- are installed in two different data centers, both of which are fully hardened, creating a fully fail-safe, redundant archive. And because each customer has their own unique system, no data sharing or data commingling takes place.

Additionally, all archived data is fully managed and monitored at all times by ArcMail’s expert staff. System health reports immediately alert ArcMail technical support specialists to any potential issues so that problems are promptly resolved without impacting the customer’s business operations.

Immediate ROI

With AHA, ArcMail’s industry-leading search functionality and one-click restore capabilities empower end users to focus on growing their businesses rather than managing their inboxes, thereby improving efficiency and performance. All archiving is automatic and all archived data is immediately accessible to end users through a secure web browser.

Because all business-critical data is securely encrypted, indexed and archived, organizations can easily meet regulatory or corporate compliance standards, quickly respond to e-discovery requests, and save thousands of dollars in potential fees or fines.

ArcMail Continues to Innovate

In the past year, leading analyst firms have called ArcMail a vendor to watch and a trailblazer. “There’s a reason for that. When we put together our hosted archive offering -- like all of our archiving solutions -- we made sure to do it right. ArcMail Hosted Archiving provides all the ROI, security and time savings that today’s organizations need, backed by the most trusted name in archiving,” said Welch.

AHA works hand in hand with all of ArcMail’s existing archiving solutions, allowing organizations to archive all of their business-critical communications and data in one secure, redundant archive that is fully indexed and searchable. AHA solutions work with today’s most relevant data sources including Office 365, Google Apps™ Gmail and other hosted email solutions, along with traditional server-based email, SalesforceTM ChatterTM, SharePoint™; and social media. For more information, visit www.arcmail.com.

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