Adding to the growing list of supported social networks, Cloud Preservation can now archive YouTube channels through its forensically sound preservation service.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) September 20, 2011
Nextpoint, Inc., the nation’s leading provider of cloud-based regulatory, compliance and litigation software, announces newly launched support for another critical social media platform – YouTube. Adding to the growing list of supported social networks, Cloud Preservation can now archive YouTube channels through its forensically sound preservation service.
Cloud Preservation will archive all YouTube data available to a user, including profiles, uploads, favorites and playlists, in addition to the highest quality video available via the YouTube API. Cloud Preservation’s “Authenticated” option also enables the collection of channel contacts and video messages.
Nextpoint’s Cloud Preservation service—an immediate, on-demand solution that allows users to securely preserve multimedia content from social networking sites, blogs and public-facing websites—has been deployed by corporations, municipalities, law firms and institutions of all kinds as part of a sound e-discovery readiness strategy and to comply with federal and state regulations.
“Organizations are recognizing their legal and compliance obligations in regards to the Internet and social networks,” stated Nextpoint CEO Rakesh Madhava. “YouTube is obviously a very popular and vital channel of social media content, and this latest release of Cloud Preservation continues to extend our reach of available cloud data stores that we can securely archive for our clients.”
Nextpoint (http://www.nextpoint.com/) provides cloud computing tools and services for legal, compliance and regulatory needs. The Nextpoint platform is an on-demand, multi-tenant suite of software-as-a-service products that are changing the way corporations, governments and lawyers collaborate and manage electronic data. Nextpoint manages terabytes of data for hundreds of large corporate customers across the nation and law firms of all sizes, from solo practitioners to the AmLaw 200.