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We are pleased to announce that the Market Creation Group (MCG), the B2B technology marketing firm who led the redesign of www.arcmail.com, won a 2012 Gold Key Award from the Colorado Business Marketing Association (BMA) for its design work on … Continue reading
What if you want the reliability and TCO of a hardware platform but could also use the extra scalability and cost savings of hosted archiving? Then ArcMail’s Cloud/Storage Hybrid Archiving offering might be the ideal choice for you. It’s the … Continue reading
New Cloud/Storage Hybrid Deployment Method Emerges to Offer the Best of Both Worlds When It Comes to Archiving, Protecting, Organizing and Quickly Retrieving Valuable Corporate Data Bossier City, La. – May 1, 2014 – Choosing the right archiving deployment method to … Continue reading
As you all know, this week is Thanksgiving, and for most of you, that means three things: food, football, and spending time with friends and family, but Thanksgiving is about more than that. The first Thanksgiving in the “New World” … Continue reading
“To host or not to host?” – for a while that was the question. But with the increasing volume of data and data sources – not to mention the mounting costs of storage – the answer to that question is … Continue reading
Companies need to be careful when selecting cloud storage providers in order to avoid unwanted e-discovery issues in the event of litigation. Of late, many companies are choosing to leverage Software as a Service (SaaS) and other cloud solutions for … Continue reading
By now, you would think we would be preaching to the choir when it comes to e-discovery information, but that is, unfortunately, not the case! Discovery is the beginning stage of litigation. This is the point where two or more … Continue reading