GFI Software has released MailArchiver 2012, a product that allows companies to create reports and alerts, and to protect sensitive information such as credit card details and social security numbers against data leaks.
The solution is designed to help organizations address their email management issues on Exchange and other mail servers. The GFI MailArchiver keeps an archive of all correspondence, reduces dependency on PST files, and reduces the mail server’s workload.
All these tasks are performed in accordance with current compliance regulations.
The key features introduced with GFI MailArchiver 2012 include business intelligence reporting, which monitors emails for job searches and the transfer of sensitive information.
It also includes scheduled reporting functionality that allows the appropriate individuals to receive periodic intelligence reports.
These features are based on MailInsight, a service designed to identify data breaches, legal risks and productivity problems by extracting certain pieces of data from the mail archive.
Manual archiving, archive store updating, document archiving, and rule-based archiving are all present in GFI MailArchiver 2012.
Phil Bousfield, general manager of GFI’s Infrastructure Business Unit, explains why companies should rely on the software for such important tasks.
“The core qualities of GFI MailArchiver 2012 are simplicity, power and value. GFI MailArchiver 2012 makes it easier for SMBs to protect themselves against sensitive data leaks and more efficiently manage their email archives, all at a very attractive price point,” Bousfield said.
“With GFI MailArchiver 2012, businesses have more power than ever to extract actionable information from their archived emails and to organise their archives in a way that sharply reduces storage needs and improves the bottom line.”
A 30-day trial
for GFI MailArchiver has been made available by GFI Software. Additional details are available here