MessageWatcher to celebrate Veterans Day with Complimentary Services Offer in November

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In celebration of Veteran’s Day, MessageWatcher is honoring our nation’s veterans with complimentary services for their employers' archiving and compliance services.

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"MessageWatcher will remove the charges for email archiving services for each veteran they employ."

Starting November 1, 2015, and ending on November 30, 2015, in celebration of Veteran’s Day, MessageWatcher is honoring our nation’s veterans with a special offer of free archiving and compliance services. For existing customers, MessageWatcher will remove the charges for email archiving services for each veteran they employ or hire during November.

Companies in trials or evaluating MessageWatcher may start using the services in November and receive free email archiving for their employees who are veterans.

“We are hoping other companies will join. Ideally thousands of companies will join us so the Veterans’ Day free license offer will subsidize companies for hiring veterans,” said Craig Dinan, MessageWatcher CEO. “MessageWatcher already supports Operation Paperback, which gets books to soldiers, their families and to veterans. We hope to continue finding ways to expand our celebration of our veterans.”

Learn more about MessageWatcher services at their web site, http://www.messagewatcher.com, where you can also contact the company by phone or email to discuss this special offer in November.

MessageWatcher has brought together a team of experts from the investment, legal, manufacturing, medical, and technology industries to create products and services that provide risk mitigation tools for our customers. Message Watcher’s mission is to deliver a secure, stable and streamlined solution for messaging archiving and surveillance including support for text messaging, instant messaging, email, social media and websites.

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