ZipLip Unified Email Archival Suite Version 5.2 Garners Silver Medal in SearchExchange.com’s Exchange Server Archiving and Compliance Category
Published by: ZL Tech
SAN JOSE, CA – Jan. 15, 2007
ZL Technologies, Inc, the leader in Integrated Content Archiving of email, IM, and files for compliance, eDiscovery, and storage management announced today that the ZipLip Unified Email Archival Suite Version 5.2 took the number two spot in SearchExchange.com’s Archiving and Compliance category. ZipLip captured the Bronze Award in the same category last year.
The award was presented by the editors of TechTarget’s Windows Media Group and judged by the Searchexchange.com editorial staff, in conjunction with a team of users, industry experts, analysts, and consultants. The winners were selected based on seven criteria: innovation, performance, ease of integration into existing environments, ease of use and manageability, functionality, value, and support.
The ZipLip Unified Email Archival Suite is an industry-leading solution that streamlines and simplifies the complex archiving and compliance process. ZipLip’s solution-which is compatible with Lotus Notes, Microsoft Exchange, and mixed environments-enables organizations of all sizes to capture, retain, manage, and control electronic information, such as email, IM, and Bloomberg ,in response to legal and regulatory requirements. ZipLip offers a comprehensive set of compliance features including: pre and post-review, random message sampling, and attorney-client privilege. In addition, ZipLip delivers a highly cost-effective solution that leverages a client’s existing IT infrastructure.
“After receiving the Bronze Award last year from SearchExchange.com, we made feature additions and improvements to the Unified Email Archival Suite, making it an even stronger archiving and compliance solution for organizations.” said Kon Leong, CEO of ZipLip, Inc. “We are thankful that SearchExchange.com also recognizes our dedication to continuous improvement and to delivering market-leading solutions. Our goal now is to capture the Gold Award in 2007.”