ArcMail Launches ArcMail for Salesforce™ Chatter™ for Fast, Effective Archiving and Retrieval of Salesforce.com™ Private Social Network Data

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Provides a Single, Centralized Approach to Archiving for Chatter, Google Apps™ Email, Exchange and Other Applications, While Delivering Vital Compliance, Data Discovery and Data Protection

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Businesses using Salesforce™ Chatter™ are in vital need of a way to secure their valuable private social network data and communications, while also ensuring that critical compliance requirements are being met.

ArcMail Technology, Inc., a provider of universal archiving solutions that address multiple business issues, today announced ArcMail for Salesforce Chatter, an archiving appliance that delivers new levels of compliance, data discovery and liability protection to the thousands of organizations that rely upon Chatter, the real-time enterprise collaboration platform from Salesforce.com.

ArcMail for Salesforce Chatter is the only archiving solution to integrate data from multiple messaging platforms including Google Apps email, Exchange and other email applications—and now, Chatter. The new solution works in conjunction with the award-winning ArcMail Defender archiving appliance to securely store all Chatter and email data in a single, centralized location. Access to that data is then available via a single easy-to-use interface, making data discovery both simple and efficient for busy IT administrators, chief legal officers and other users.

“We’re pleased to once again demonstrate our industry leadership by addressing the data protection demands of the industry’s most dominant software-as-a-service platform,” said Rory Welch, CEO of ArcMail. “Since Salesforce does not offer its own archiving capabilities, businesses using Chatter are in vital need of a way to secure their valuable private social network data and communications, while also ensuring that critical compliance requirements are being met.”

Specifically designed to encode, index and archive all Chatter conversations, the new solution allows users to quickly search and retrieve specific messages and attachments generated within unstructured Salesforce workflows.

“With ArcMail for Salesforce Chatter, archived conversations can be located and retrieved in seconds,” said Welch. “We understand that in business, time is money, and for most of our customers, instant search and retrieval is essential. At ArcMail, we pride ourselves in delivering one of the fastest search functionalities in the industry.”

Backed by ArcMail’s advanced hardware archiving technology, the new appliance is also designed to ensure that all internal Chatter communication stays internal – behind the corporate firewall, and safe from corruption by outside sources.

Important Step in ArcMail’s Universal Archiving Strategy
ArcMail for Salesforce Chatter represents yet another step in ArcMail’s strategy to provide a universal archiving solution, with offerings that span multiple document types including email, private social networking conversations and other data. The new solution follows the company’s recent launch of ArcMail Guardian, which integrates Google Apps-hosted email with email from other corporate sources such as Microsoft Exchange, offering a centralized, hybrid approach to email archiving.

Priced starting at $7399, ArcMail for Salesforce Chatter comes bundled with an ArcMail Defender email archiving appliance and is now available for order through ArcMail resellers across North America.

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About ArcMail Technology
ArcMail is a world-class trusted provider of scalable solutions that address multiple business issues through best-in-class email technologies and services. For more information, visit http://www.arcmail.com or call 318-841-1151.

Salesforce.com, Salesforce and Chatter are trademarks of salesforce.com, inc. in the United States and other countries. Google Apps and Gmail are trademarks of Google Inc. Other names used herein may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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