The E-Policy Handbook: Rules and Best Practices to Safely Manage Your Company's E-Mail, Blogs, Social Networking, and Other Electronic Communication Tools

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APPENDIX E
Resources and Expert
Sources

E-Mail Archiving and Management Solutions

ArcMail Technology

401 Edwards Street

Suite 1100

Shreveport, LA 71101

866-417-6495

www.arcmail.com

Founded in 2005, ArcMail Technology is a leading provider of simple, secure, and cost-effective e-mail archiving and management solutions for organizations of all sizes. ArcMail Defender was recently granted the Network Products Guide 2008 Product Innovation Award and Network Products Guide 2008 Best Products and Services Award for E-Mail Archiving. The ArcMail Defender solution is a self-contained, turnkey e-mail archiving appliance that is easy to buy, easy to install, and easy to use. The ArcMail Defender improves the end-user experience, reduces the load on IT resources, and safely and securely retains the business information contained in e-mail. ArcMail2019s scalable solutions are designed to meet the e-mail archiving and management requirements of organizations both large and small. ArcMail has a global channel program to help deliver its products to organizations worldwide. ArcMail is headquartered in Shreveport, LA, and has development groups in Washington and Arizona. For more informa- tion, visit www.arcmail.com.

Confidential Electronic Messaging

VaporStream, Inc.

247 S. State Street

-284-

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