ArcMail Takes Aim at Enterprise Information Archiving Retrieval Speeds with Customer-Driven Social Media Contest

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Information archiving innovator rewards growing base of social media followers and announces February Twitter contest.

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The ArcMail 'Get it Faster' contests help participants find the prizes they want quickly, and emphasize the company’s capabilities for helping business customers find archived files and attachments in seconds.

Rewarding its social media followers while underscoring its enterprise information archiving value proposition, ArcMail Technology, Inc. today announced the winner of its January “Get It Faster” Twitter contest and at the same time launched a new February competition.

Nick Kuchinski of Virtual Graffiti, Inc., a network security and IT solutions provider, was selected for his winning entry for the January contest, which called for ArcMail’s Twitter followers to tweet the name of any prize valued at up to $50 that would help them achieve their New Year’s resolutions. Kuchinski tweeted, “I just entered @ArcMail's #getitfaster contest to win a Bluetooth Hands Free Car Kit to avoid those distracted driving tickets!” For his creativity, Kuchinski was presented with a $50 gift card for the Bluetooth hands free car kit of his choice.

The February contest, now underway, features a Valentine’s Day theme and extends through Feb. 29. To enter, users must log in via the ArcMail Twitter contest page, follow ArcMail's Twitter account, and then explain in a 140-character tweet their opinion of the most pathetic way to spend Valentine’s Day. The most comical entry will win.

The ArcMail “Get it Faster” contests help participants find the prizes they want quickly, and emphasize the company’s capabilities for helping business customers find archived files and attachments in seconds. The contests are slated to run throughout the year – each boasting a different theme and prizes that are defined by those who enter. Winners are announced on ArcMail's blog and Twitter page immediately after each contest ends. The February winner will be revealed on March 1.

According to Linda Hartman, Vice President of Marketing for ArcMail, the purpose of the contests is to drive awareness of the ArcMail brand across social media platforms and increase the company’s business-focused follower base.

“What makes ‘Get It Faster’ stand out is its creativity and simple reinforcement of ArcMail's brand messaging, and the different theme each month keeps participants engaged and coming back for more,” said Hartman. “We congratulate Nick on his win and look forward to announcing our February contest winner as well.”

Contest Supports ArcMail Focus on Innovation in Information Archiving

Whether through its social media strategies or its archiving solutions, ArcMail continues to look for innovative ways to serve its customers. In 2011, the company launched a series of game-changing products including an archiving appliance for™ Chatter™, the real-time enterprise collaboration platform; ArcMail Guardian, an email archiving solution for Google Apps™ email; and ArcMail for Instant Messaging, a new IM archiving appliance that works with all the most popular IM platforms including Yahoo! ®, AOL Instant Messenger® (AIM) and MSN®.

In November 2011, the company introduced the ArcMail Defender Cloud Storage Gateway, a new breed of gateway technology that enables businesses to designate the files they want securely at breakneck speeds, while also taking advantage of the datacenter cost savings that cloud storage allows.

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About ArcMail Technology

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