An e-mail archiving solution can become crucial for any organization for storage and sorting of e-mails and most importantly for the of protection of privacy.
AbacusSolutions, which is a reliable name in the field of IT infrastructure solutions, recently announced that it will be showcasing its next generation e-mail archiving solution, Enterprise Managed Archiver at the upcoming Interop (News - Alert) 2010 Conference in Las Vegas. The solution will help organizations meet compliance for numerous regulations for privacy protection, storage, and long-term archiving of email messages.
It is common for the companies to face crashig of their e-mail servers from time to time on account of tremendous data load. Abacus' EMA (News - Alert) helps reduce the load on existing infrastructure while guaranteeing data security. The new solution will also help the companies deliver quick, easy to use methods for restoring EMail messages and documents.
EMA began as an e-mail archiving solution, but with the addition of many new features on the way, it has evolved into "Enterprise Archiver." EMA covers all pain points, including printed documents, emails stored on individual PCs, and now Voice to Archive, which archives all voice conversations.
When it comes to call support centers, where every conversation needs to be recorded and reviewed if necessary, the voice to archive feature of EMA becomes especially valuable, as it allows the solution to archive those conversations, and make them easy to retrieve.
Here is one useful information for the interested buyers.
Abacus is the exclusive EMA distributor for North America. Abacus sells EMA as either a stand-alone product, or bundled with storage. EMA is extremely easy to install, and is fully compliant with any storage, server and mail server. Once EMA is installed, no action is required by the end-user, their emails and documents are automatically stored by the EMA.
"Litigation and Compliance has become a topic of concern for companies across all industries. EMA manages to deliver the functionalities necessary to comply with all legal requirements and guidelines by restoring data quickly and easily," Patrick Hiller, CEO of Abacus Solutions, explained the efficacy of the product.
"We understand that an archive solution needs to solve two separate business needs at the same time. It needs to be fully compliant, obeying all of the legal requirements and guidelines. But it also has to be user-friendly and easy to manage," Hiller said. "EMA manages to do both," Hiller added.
For more information, visit Booth 556, at Interop, Las Vegas between April 25 and 29, where, the archiving capabilities with EMA servers will be demonstrated live by the Abacus engineers.
Madhubanti Rudra is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Erin Harrison