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New Website Launched → Aug 11th 2008

We have updated our website again with the goal of helping potential customers define whether we are a good fit as a service to them in a clearer way. We hope this helps our users to get to the task of archiving files faster and easier. The site layout has been updated to help potential new clients get the information they need faster so they can make informed decisions regarding archiving!

We have simplified a couple of area such as the resources section, which now has more relevant data on the page as well as updated the contact forms to be a little quicker and easier to use.

RSS feeds for articles, news and press have been added for those that wish to receive news via that medium.

We have redone the top of the pages so users can get to the login our our contact information faster, and have added an “email a friend this page” feature as well...

There are some interesting “quick facts” on all the pages as well as green tips added to the content throughout the site.

We intend to emphasize and clarify the role of archiving in todays workplace, and we aim to help you determine what to archive, and how much it will cost to do so, so you can make informed decisions for yourselves and your companies.


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