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Orchestria Launches Software

Orchestria unveiled a comprehensive strategy and new software: Orchestria 5.0

NEW YORK -- Today, Orchestria unveiled a comprehensive strategy and new software – Orchestria 5.0 – for solving the rapidly escalating problem of uncontrolled electronic communications and actions.

The Control-Free Crisis: Two Million Uncontrolled E-mails a Day

Over the last five years the growth in e-mail, instant messaging, Web surfing, Blogging, file uploading and other electronic communications and actions has exploded. It is not unusual for a Global 2000 company to send over two million e-mails a day. At most enterprises, these electronic communications and actions are control-free. The ramifications of this control-free computing environment often have a material, adverse effect on the organization and leave the enterprise exposed to operational, financial, regulatory, legal, employee, and reputation risk. Anyone who has read the front page of The Wall Street Journal or Financial Times over the last month has seen the clear evidence of this.


  • Taint a financial transaction

  • Break a customer relationship

  • Break the law

  • Breach regulatory rules

  • Commit sexual harassment

  • Create a PR nightmare

  • Steal or inadvertently transmit valuable intellectual property

  • Unlawfully disclose personally identifiable information

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