What is Email Archiving?
Email archiving is a systematic approach to saving and protecting the data contained in email messages so it can be accessed quickly at a later date. With today's compliance legislation and legal discovery rules, it has become necessary for many companies to manage their entire email archiving in bulk so specific messages can be located quickly and accurately. CyberTrails’ email archiving software allows customers to manage large email archives, as well as to free up space on production servers and speed up backup times.
Why do you need Email Archiving?
As our dependence on email and its use have grown, so has the governmental and legal scrutiny regarding email. Email archiving and compliance is one of the most important communication issues facing companies today. Regulatory compliance for email archival has changed. New federal and State regulations require schools, government offices and organizations of all sizes to archive and store email in order to be in compliance with legal e-discovery requirements.
How CyberTrails’ Email Archiving works?
An archiving solution must not only be compliant, it must also enhance the efficiency of the daily use of electronic records. CyberTrails’ Email Archiving solution can seamlessly integrate within the Exchange environment and an archived message can still be accessible transparently from the users' desktop! It provides transparent Outlook and OWA support so there is no change as far as the end-user sees, apart from a smaller mailbox in terms of message sizes after archiving. The bottom line is that users go about their daily business without the need to learn any new behavior from the familiar email front-end…now that’s what your employee’s will like to hear!
Monthly Service Fees:
Archiving & Compliance
Minimum Fee : $75.00 per month | Up to 10 users I Includes 10 GB annual storage* Additional Users available at $5.00 per user
Data Retention : Up to 7 years with continued service
Additional Storage : $20.00 per GB per month
* Storage on per client basis as a total for the customer’s entire organization, regardless of per-mailbox usage.
CyberTrails has the Email Archiving solution for your business! Contact one of our Sales Representatives today and start reducing search time as well as overall costs and save management time!
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