News | April 9, 2010

The Linux Box To Launch New Email Archiving And Retrieval System

The Linux Box will be launching an open source email archiving and retrieval solution at the AIIM International Exposition + Conference.

Electronic mail is an important aspect of corporate communication and increasingly is treated as an aspect of records management. Email archiving has emerged as the next significant evolutionary step in the email management life cycle.

The need for email archiving solutions is being driven by both external forces, such as regulatory compliance and legal liability, and internal forces, such as infrastructure costs and business intelligence. These factors have created an increased demand for email archiving programs that allow organizations to retain, retrieve and produce reports.

enkiveM, based on open source technology, makes it easy and cost-effective for organizations to deal with these external forces and internal pressures. It offers flexible retention management services and access control policies. Other features include a sophisticated search engine that allows full text search by sender, subject, date, text attachments and other criteria.

The Linux Box CEO Elizabeth Ziph and CTO Matt Benjamin will be on hand to discuss the problems organizations are encountering in the safeguarding and retention of their companies' e-mail.

Founded in 1999 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, The Linux Box is a software development organization specializing in open source technology and the Linux platform. The Linux Box offers professional services including customization and integration to a broad range of clients in industries ranging from energy and financial services to government, life sciences and the utilities. The Linux Box is ISO 9001:2000 certified.

April 20-22, 2010

Booth # 2044
Pennsylvania Convention Center

To Schedule An Interview Or For More Information, Contact:

Savannah Tikotsky / Jeannine Kilbride
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SOURCE: The Linux Box