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ArcMail Honored by 2013 Gartner Magic Quadrant Inclusion
ArcMail Honored by 2013 Gartner Magic Quadrant Inclusion

 
November 15, 2013 11:54AM
ArcMail Named in 2013 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Information Archiving -- Archiving Innovator Offers Cost-Effective Archiving Solutions That Support Multiple Content Types, Providing Flexible Deployment Options and Delivering Excellent Customer Support
 



ArcMail Technology, Inc. today announced it has been included by Gartner, Inc. in the November 5, 2013 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Information Archiving (EIA). This is the second consecutive year that the archiving innovator has been named in the annual EIA report, with Gartner identifying the company as a “Vendor to Watch” in 2012.

According to Gartner analysts Alan Dayley and Garth Landers, authors of the 2013 EIA Magic Quadrant, “This market will continue to see strong growth, experiencing a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14.1% through 2017, from a baseline of $1.61 billion in 2012.”

“This robust EIA market momentum demonstrates the value and increasing importance organizations place on archiving for preserving and managing their essential business data -- not only for regulatory compliance and e-discovery, but also for purposes of reducing IT time and primary storage costs,” said Rory Welch, CEO of ArcMail.

“As the market has expanded, ArcMail has remained dedicated to innovation and has accelerated its development efforts, and we believe our inclusion in the 2013 Magic Quadrant is a major milestone for our company and our customers,” he added.

ArcMail differentiates itself in the EIA market as one of the most versatile archiving vendors, supporting multiple content types and deployment methods. The company allows organizations to deploy its archiving solutions in accordance with their existing IT infrastructure, whether it’s via an on-premise, virtual or hybrid cloud gateway appliance, or a fully-hosted solution.

Archiving Continues to Move Beyond Email Content

Today’s IT leaders are not only recognizing that the benefits of archiving extend to content well beyond merely email, but are also now looking to scale their archiving initiatives.

According to the 2013 Magic Quadrant for EIA, “Organizations that have successfully implemented email archiving have seen associated benefits in their ability to better organize their data, eliminate PC-based storage, find information when they need it, produce it in response to a discovery request, and, as a side benefit, reduce the size of their primary and secondary storage environments.

ArcMail is well-positioned to address this market shift, with a full scope of on-premise, virtualized, hybrid and hosted archiving solutions that allow organizations to archive all of their data in one secure, redundant archive that is fully indexed and searchable. The company’s EIA offerings can be used for Office 365, Google Apps™ Gmail and other hosted email solutions, along with server-based email including Exchange, Lotus and GroupWise; instant messaging and social media data; Salesforce™ Chatter™; SharePoint™ files; and other content types. (continued...)

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