Red Condor Launches Cloud-Based Message Archiving Solution

NavigateStorage a Red Condor business partner and long term Email Archiving expert joins Red Condor in leveraging its global cloud computer and storage infrastructure, email security services provider is launching Red Condor Archive, a secure message archiving service, which helps organizations meet compliance regulations, e-discovery support requirements, and data storage and management best practices.

According to its Thursday announcement, Red Condor Archive delivers a scalable, software-free service that provides automatic back-up of all inbound and outbound messages for all messaging systems with lifetime retention and unlimited storage. It is managed through a web-based interface, and is available on a subscription basis.

Like its hosted spam-fighting service, Red Condor Archive does not require any additional hardware or software, or ongoing maintenance. All access to archived data is protected by SSL encryption and adherence to the US government’s Advanced Encryption Standard ensures that data is not accessible in clear text.

“While our award-winning spam-fighting technology continues to protect email servers and networks from email threats, these same infrastructures are facing a growing storage problem that is straining expensive hardware and adding significant administrative costs,” Red Condor chief executive officer Thomas Steding said in a statement. “In addition to these storage challenges, companies are also being hit with compliance requirements from the SEC, NASD, HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley, and other industry groups, as well as the need to protect themselves in the event of legal discovery requests.”

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Data is stored online and immediately accessible for comprehensive searches through secure administrator and end-user dashboards. Archive users will be able to search, retrieve and export messages by keyword, sender, recipient, data range and other criteria, as well as add comments, tag keywords and flag for review. With Red Condor Archive, companies can enforce corporate policy while protecting themselves and their employees by auditing employee email for harassment, improper disclosure, confidentiality leaks and other risks.

“Message archiving is no longer something nice to have, it is now business critical,” Steding continued. “With Red Condor Archive, we are bringing to message archiving the same dedication that helped make our email filtering so effective and successful. Red Condor provides an affordable solution that protects and archives business communications, allowing organizations and their IT staffs to remain focused on their core operations.”

Jim Addlesberger, President of NavigateStorage, said that Red Condor is taking all the work and costs out of protecting email and of being compliant. Jim said “a user can start out with as few as five mail boxes and grow up to 5,000 mail boxes. Costs he said for 100 mail boxes is $4000 a year. No software or hardware is required.”

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  • Battery: 3.7V Li-Polymer, 500mA rechargeable
  • Speaker: 2W x 2 (stereo).
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  • Operating time: 5 ~ 6 hours, usually
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Remote control.

  • Battery: 3.0V coin cell.
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Condor is an open-source high-throughput computing software framework for coarse-grained distributed parallelization of computationally intensive tasks. It can be used to manage workload on a dedicated cluster of computers, or to farm out work to idle desktop computers – so-called cycle scavenging.