Fortiva’s Managed Email Archiving Solution Named One of Three Best in its Category in SearchExchange.com “Products of the Year” Awards

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Fortiva Suite earns Silver honors in Archiving and Compliance for solving two big concerns with outsourcing this aspect of IT -- data security and product integration.

Fortiva today announced that the Fortiva Suite was judged as one of the three best Archiving and Compliance products released in 2005, in TechTarget’s SearchExchange.com 2005 “Products of the Year” awards.

“It is an honor to be the only outsourced solution named one of the best products in the Archiving and Compliance category,” said Paul Chen, CEO of Fortiva. “The judges clearly recognized the unique benefits of our solution – including guaranteed data privacy and full integration with the customer’s email servers. This award lends credibility to our customers’ choice of Fortiva as the right solution provider to help them meet their archiving, compliance and legal discovery challenges.”

Fortiva Suite was chosen from among 41 new products submitted for consideration to SearchExchange.com editors in three categories. The awards were judged by the editors of TechTarget’s SearchExchange.com, in conjunction with a team of users, industry experts, analysts and consultants. Judges selected the Products of the Year among messaging products introduced, upgraded and shipped between September 30, 2004 and October 1, 2005.

Fortiva’s managed email archiving service integrates messaging policy, archiving, supervision, advanced search and discovery capabilities in a solution designed to keep data secure, compliant, and fully searchable. The Fortiva solution allows customers to outsource their email archiving needs without risking data privacy, making it easy for businesses to meet legal discovery, compliance, and storage management challenges.

According to the article, "The Fortiva Suite provides scalability, low overhead costs and full technical support like any outsourced solution. However, to our judges it stood out because of its unique 'hybrid' model, which solves two big concerns with outsourcing this aspect of IT -- data security and product integration.”

About SearchExchange.com

SearchExchange.com is the Web's best resource for administrators and managers of Microsoft Exchange and Outlook messaging applications. The site provides original news stories, technical tips, expert advice, and interactive features that help enterprise IT professionals select Exchange-related products and services, configure and install Exchange Server and Microsoft Outlook, and optimize performance in a cost-effective way. SearchExchange.com is the largest online source of Exchange Server e-newsletters, white papers and webcasts. More information can be found at http://www.SearchExchange.com.

About Fortiva Inc.

Fortiva is a leading provider of managed email archiving solutions for regulatory compliance, legal discovery and email storage management needs. With its outsourced solution, Fortiva is helping businesses across North America to quickly and easily meet email archiving needs without risking data security. Using proprietary DoubleBlind Encryption™ technology, Fortiva stores all data offsite in encrypted form, so Fortiva staff can never access the content of archived data. The customer retains exclusive access to the encryption keys, allowing them to instantly search and retrieve archived data without worrying about managing the storage infrastructure. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada and with offices across the United States, Fortiva delivers its customer-driven solutions through a strong network of strategic partnerships as well as a direct sales force. Fortiva is a privately-owned company, with investment from Cargill Ventures, McLean Watson Capital and Ventures West. For more information, visit http://www.fortiva.com.

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David Gollom

High Road Communications

416.368.8348 ext. 267

dgollom@highroad.com

Victoria Badgley

Fortiva

416.366.6666 ext. 383

Victoria.badgley@fortiva.com

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