Email Archiving – Stop Searching, Start Finding
Cryoserver is available as email archiving software, a hardware appliance, cloud-based SaaS or as a hybrid solution to match your IT infrastructure. Our archiving solution is exactly the same across all IT architecture.
Email Archiving with Cryoserver.
Cryoserver is an email archiving solution delivered either on-premises or in the cloud. It stores copies of every email sent and received by an organisation in a secure archive. It then turns this data into a valuable resource for everyday use. You can be safe in the knowledge that any business-critical information contained in email or IM is safe in Cryoserver, where it is instantly retrievable. For a quick demonstration, watch the following video.
What Cryoserver can do.
Archiving is more than just email backup. With 293 billion emails sent globally every day, it’s vital that information is monitored, stored and secured in one place. Cryoserver places all email data sent to and from your business, even deleted ones, into a secure, tamper-evident archive that enables end users to find what they need quickly. In addition, it helps your organisation comply with regulations including GDPR.
- Appliance or software
- Flexible and scalable
- Full data control
- Integrate with mail servers
- Pay as you go
- No onsite hardware required
- Office 365 compatible
- Rapid search
- Access anywhere
- Evergreen environment
- Value-added service
- Carrier grade
- Increase customer retention
Advantages of Cryoserver
Whether you start with an on-premises deployment and wish to switch to a cloud platform at a future date, or vice versa, Cryoserver gives you the flexibility to switch from one to the other. It delivers the same software and functionality, however you’d like your organisation’s email archiving.
- Fully compliant with industry regulations
- Protection against loss of data
- Simple backup and restore
- Removal of unreliable PST files
- Becomes a vital part of your disaster recovery plan
- Fast search tool for emails and attachments
- Mail servers workload reduced
- GDPR compliant
Cryoserver for Business
Organisations that want to preserve their emails in a central and secure repository choose Cryoserver. Our solution can store an identical copy of every email sent or received by your users, in real-time, and turn that data into a useful repository for everyday use. You can be safe in the knowledge that any business-critical information sent or received using email or IM is stored securely in Cryoserver, where it is instantly retrievable.
Email compliance has always been Cryoserver’s main purpose. It remains central to our product today, as our solution captures and stores every message sent or received by your mail server in a separate, secure database. Cryoserver is compliant with GDPR and industry regulations concerning data retention.
While it’s okay to keep emails in user inboxes, search functions in Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft/Office 365 and Gmail can’t handle sophisticated searches. Cryoserver can. Our faster eDiscovery stops time being wasted searching for lost email, and reduces calls to the IT helpdesk dramatically.
Email archiving with Cryoserver takes the pressure off your mail server by efficiently storing all mail and attachments on a separate server. No more premium storage costs. No more unnecessary maintenance. Some of our customers have even reduced storage by up to 75%.
Supported by Experts
Our customers frequently mention that the quality of support they receive from our engineers is unmatched by their other technologies, including previous email archiving software providers.
Cryoserver customers speak highly of our support desk. Customers and partners say we are the best vendor for response and providing expert help. Most of the support personnel have been on the desk for at least 10 years. You might subscribe to our solution, but you also subscribe to a team of experts who understand email.
- Questions answered fast
- Knowledgeable Support
What they say
Customers trust us
Our customers range from government departments, to blue-chip, household names, charities, and education institutions; from financial companies to legal firms; from NHS Trusts to the healthcare sector, manufacturers and SMBs. All use our solution on a daily basis. Many use it for eDiscovery, enabling HR, legal and compliance departments to identify and understand the full picture of the eDiscovery request within seconds / minutes.
‘Best new technology I have ever implemented’
Cryoserver works brilliantly for our needs and at the moment I wouldn’t change a thing
Support is second to none, great response times & no issues
Something that you do best is the knowledge of the environment around your product. Most vendors know about their product but don’t know how to handle the environment.
Knowledgeable Staff and quick resolution times
Very prompt and detailed responses. Superior to other vendors.
Frequently Asked Questions
Should I use Cryoserver?
Cryoserver’s complete focus on email archiving provides you with a uniquely flexible solution that saves time on eDiscovery, gives compliance officers peace of mind and makes the help desk’s life easier.
Can email be kept after an employee has left the company?
Yes; business communications belong to the company, not the employee. Business letters written by the ex-employee in the course of his/her duties are obviously not deleted when the person leaves, and the same applies to email. Vicarious liability means that the company can face litigation resulting from something an employee has written in an email, therefore the company should preserve such writings – often for a period of seven years to protect the company against most litigation actions.
How do you prove an email’s integrity?
Cryoserver is configured to ensure that each and every email sent or received by a company (including internal email) is captured. As each message arrives at Cryoserver a digital fingerprint of the entire message is taken which is recorded with the message in an encrypted and compressed format. If a message is retrieved from Cryoserver its digital fingerprint is recalculated (after it has been uncompressed and decrypted) and this is compared with the digital fingerprint recorded when the message was received. It is therefore possible to prove the content of a message has not been tampered with in any way since it was received.