MailStore boosts security for email archiving with latest solution
Partner Bulwark introduces the latest MailStore Server version in the Middle East region
MailStore, a leading providers of e-mail archiving solutions, has launched the updated version of MailStore Server v9.5 to provide enhanced data security and protection for email archiving, management and compliance needs for businesses to meet their goals and objectives.
The software creates copies of all emails in a central email archive to ensure the security and availability of any amount of data for years to come. Users can still access their email using Microsoft Outlook, MailStore Web Access, or mobile devices such as tablets or smartphones, and search through them at speed.
MailStore Server offers protection against data loss and provides a legal safeguard for email compliance. It provides rapid search options for emails and attachments and increases the efficiency of the servers by reducing their workloads, the company said. It also enables greater storage space and assists in simple and easy backup and restoration of data, MailStore added
Commenting on this new release, Kristina Waldhecker, Channel Sales Manager, International at MailStore says, ‘’Data protection and security is very important if businesses want to reach their goals. With MailStore Server 9.5 we have created a comprehensive solution for email archiving, management and compliance that will offer complete security and availability of critical data at all times’’.
Bulwark Technologies LLC is the authorized distributor for MailStore in the Middle East region.
‘’We are pleased to announce the launch of the latest version of the highly efficient MailStore Email Archiving solution in the Middle East region,” says Jose Thomas Menacherry, managing director, Bulwark. “The introduction of MailStore Server version 9.5 will provide customers with a complete email archiving solution and enable businesses to benefit from the wide array of advantages of the modern, secure and enhanced version of MailStore Server’’, he adds.