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Fortiva Upgrades Archiving

Fortiva announced the addition of new features to make its outsourced email archiving solution easier to use

LAS VEGAS -- Fortiva, a provider of secure, managed email archiving, today announced the addition of new features to make its outsourced email archiving solution easier to use, while improving the reliability of archived data. The product upgrade includes a continuous data validation (CDV) service to regularly scan archived data for errors and identify and prevent corruption during long-term storage, a full message audit trail, and an appliance set-up wizard.

Email volume is growing faster than most businesses predicted, making long-term data retention an increasingly difficult challenge to manage in-house. “With most email archiving solutions, users have no way of knowing that data hasn’t been corrupted after prolonged periods of storage,” said Chris Tebo, Chief Technology Officer, Fortiva. “ Fortiva’s new continuous data protection and remote management features allow customers to have a maintenance-free email archive that provides the highest level of reliability available. Our customers can now be sure that their data will be there when and if they need it, even if it’s seven years later or more.”

As the demands on IT increase and the benefits of outsourcing are better understood, companies are increasingly turning to managed service providers for the archiving of email. Ziegler Companies Inc., a provider of integrated financial services for individuals, businesses and institutions, recognized the benefits of outsourcing early on, but quickly learned that choosing the right partner was an equally important decision. After using other managed email archiving solutions, Ziegler opted to move to Fortiva to take advantage of its advanced security guarantees backed by its DoubleBlind Encryption™ technology, as well as the maintenance-free features.

Fortiva Inc.

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