Help for Government Budgets: Free Email Archiving License Offer to State, City, and Local Government Agencies Extended by Sonasoft
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(As published on PRWeb)
January 25, 2012 – San Jose, California, Sonasoft, Corp., an innovative leader in email archiving software solutions for organizations utilizing Microsoft Exchange servers, announces the continuation of its limited 2011 special offer for government agencies. Under this program, Sonasoft will waive the license fee on its SonaVault email archiving software in order to help budget-sensitive government departments obtain the benefits from email archiving:
- simplify and strengthen Microsoft Exchange Server management,
- decrease email storage costs, and
- meet ever increasing eDiscovery and legal requirements.
Advanced features, low implementation costs, and ease-of-use make SonaVault a well-suited archiving solution to meet budget and staffing demands currently being forced on government agencies at all levels. “In particular, we are seeing many government agencies and school districts utilize SonaVault’s exclusive feature to combine multiple domains into a single email archive,” said Bilal Ahmed, Sonasoft’s CTO and Vice President of Engineering. “For instance, a city might have email from one domain called maplecity.gov and another named maplecitypolice.org. With SonaVault all these emails may be combined into one searchable archive. This can significantly reduce IT costs and complexity. It’s as simple as loading up all the PST files.”
Sonasoft’s free email archiving, offer which requires the purchase of the first year’s maintenance contract and Sonasoft professional installation, is being extended to 300 government agencies that sign on by March 31, 2012. This is an exclusive promotion that Sonasoft is providing to U.S. state, city, and local government entities as well as K-12 school districts. “It is very rewarding to give something back to the public sector, as they seek every way possible to manage efficiently and control budgets,” said Andy Khanna, CEO and President of Sonasoft.