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|ArcMail Recognized in Info-Tech Research Group's 2013 Landscape Report on Content and Email Archiving|
|Posted: Thu Dec 12, 2013 02:12:41 PM|
Archiving Innovator Named an Emerging Player, Distinguishes Itself by Offering Gmail Archiving, Multiple Deployment Options and Hierarchical Storage Management to Produce Maximum Storage Savings.
Bossier City, La. - Dec. 12, 2013 - ArcMail Technology, Inc., a provider of best-in-class archiving solutions that address multiple business issues, today announced it has been listed as an emerging player in Info-Tech Research Group's 2013 Landscape Report on Content and Email Archiving.
Info-Tech Research Group Vendor Landscape reports recognize outstanding vendors in the technology marketplace. Assessing vendors by the strength of their offering and their strategy for the enterprise, Info-Tech Research Group Vendor Landscapes pay tribute to the contribution of exceptional vendors in a particular category.
ArcMail earned high marks in a number of areas including the affordability of its archiving solutions and the strength of its IT channel presence. Info-Tech Research Group specifically recognized ArcMail and its Defender archiving platform for exhibiting strength in three key areas including being one of the few vendors to archive from Gmail; offering multiple deployment options; and featuring built-in hierarchical storage management to ensure the maximum storage savings.
Only three other vendors scored higher than ArcMail in the report's value score, which indexes each vendor's product offering and business strength relative to their price point.
ArcMail Innovation Maps to Key Takeaways of Report
Among the key takeaways of the InfoTech Research Group report is the fact that the market is changing to meet the expanding archiving needs that larger organizations require today across a full spectrum of content types. In addition, the report underscored that cost is a big differentiator in the marketplace, with a tight connection existing between the number of features and the cost of the product.
"ArcMail is well-positioned to address changing market demands, with a full scope of value-driven solutions with deployment options that span on-premise, virtualized, hybrid and hosted archiving - all designed to allow organizations to archive their data in one secure, redundant archive that is fully indexed and searchable," said Rory Welch, CEO of ArcMail. "We're pleased that Info-Tech Research Group has taken note of our value to the enterprise by including us in this elite group of vendors in the landscape report."
ArcMail's enterprise information archiving (EIA) offerings can be used for Office 365, Google Apps Gmail and other hosted email solutions, along with server-based email including Exchange, Lotus and GroupWise; instant messaging and social media data; Salesforce Chatter; SharePoint files; and other content types.
In addition to the October 2013 launch of ArcMail Hosted Archiving (AHA), a fully-hosted archiving solution, ArcMail also recently introduced new next-generation hardware that delivers increases in processing power, memory and storage capacity - all in a smaller footprint to conserve data center space.
This year also marked the February launch of the Defender VM, designed to help IT managers optimize archiving in virtualized environments, and the ArcMail Social archiving solution, which helps organizations protect, organize and quickly retrieve valuable social media data.
Other popular ArcMail offerings include the ArcMail Guardian, for reliable, secure and scalable archiving for hosted email platforms such as Google Apps Gmail and Office 365; and archiving solutions for Salesforce.com Chatter and Microsoft SharePoint. The company also offers the ArcMail Cloud / Storage Gateway, a new breed of hybrid cloud/ network technology that enables businesses to designate whether they want to store their archive in the cloud, on local storage, or both, and take advantage of the cost savings that cloud storage provides.