InBoxer Extended to IBM

InBoxer extends easy email archiving and compliance to IBM Lotus Domino and Notes

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

March 20, 2007

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CONCORD, Mass. -- After testing at IBM (NYSE: IBM) facilities, the InBoxer Anti-Risk Appliance, a leading product for email archiving, compliance, and the electronic discovery requirements of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, has been validated by IBM (NYSE: IBM) as meeting compatibility and integration specifications for IBM Lotus Notes and IBM Lotus Domino software.

Executives, corporate counsels, CFOs, HR professionals, audit committee members, and compliance managers can easily and accurately meet the needs of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. InBoxer never alters the original email message, as some competitive products do. InBoxer archives email and finds potential violations of a broad range of compliance issues, including Sarbanes-Oxley, hostile work environment (harassment), privacy, identity theft laws, HIPAA violations, and more.

“By adding IBM Lotus Domino support to our existing Microsoft Exchange support, InBoxer meets the needs of most organizations to quickly archive and identify messages that could put them at risk,” says Roger Matus, chief executive of InBoxer, Inc.

Mike Karp, senior analyst for Enterprise Management Associates added, “In order to comply with the new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, every company must be able to find every email sent or received by their employees. This can be a long and expensive process. The real-time content analysis provided by InBoxer’s new offering means that email investigations and discovery can be completed significantly faster and at a lower cost than before.”


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