ArcMail, a company which is known for pioneering email archiving technology in the North American market has recently moved into the Cyber Innovation Center in Bossier City. The companies provides secure and cost-effective email archiving and management solutions for its customers.
Craig Spohn, President of the Cyber Innovation has noticed growth in the small technology business and others like in out of the Center. In addition, Governor Bobby Jindal has already utilized the ArcMail technology to prepare for the increase in email traffic during and after emergencies and disasters. The state’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (OHSEP) is now prepared for such instances more than ever before.
ArcMail was originally started in Seattle, but was acquired by a group of private investors with ties to Shreveport and has now made its second move in Louisiana into its new Bossier City home. CEO Rory Welch is also a Shreveport native.
Welch and investors are well aware of all the region has to offer for technology-focused companies. He said, “These investors are part of a growing community of business leaders that have a strong desire to be a part of building the technology industry in the South, and in our case, specifically in north Louisiana.”
According to Welch, ArcMail has expanding beyond solely email archiving technology to provide more universal solutions for businesses. “Without archiving this data,” he said, “and without making sure it’s instantly accessible over time, businesses can suffer setbacks – whether it’s lost data, or not having easy access to that data for regulatory, e-discovery or liability protection.”
ArcMail has a number of products already on the market, including its Instant Messaging Product, the ArcMail for Google Apps™ Product, and the ArcMail for Salesforce Chatter Product. For more information about this now Bossier City-based company or any of the products, visit ArcMail.com or visit the blog here.