Zix Evolves Email Archive into Unified Information Archive

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Zix Evolves Email Archive into Unified Information Archive


DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Zix
Corporation
(Zix), (Nasdaq: ZIXI), a leader in email security, today
announced the availability of the newly expanded ZixArchive solution,
extending the capabilities of its email archiving platform. ZixArchive
now provides comprehensive cloud-based archiving for email and 48 new
data sources, including alternative forms of digital communication
spanning social media, instant message, mobile, web, audio and video. It
also adds a layer of advanced eDiscovery, including message review,
classification, data tagging, and the ability to cull messages based on
content.

Designed with simplicity and ease-of-use in mind, ZixArchive improves
productivity and decreases costs for IT and Legal Departments while
helping them comply with industry regulations. For compliance-oriented
organizations, including financial services, healthcare and government,
ZixArchive Plus’s comprehensive archiving capabilities enhance the
supervisory workflow for financial audits conducted by entities like
FINRA and the SEC. These workflows also support the internal written
supervisory procedure (WSP) reviews managed by the compliance teams of
broker dealers and registered investment advisory firms. Additionally,
the new features allow companies operating in litigious industries to
bring advanced eDiscovery in-house to support early case assessments.

“Compliance professionals are under constant pressure to adapt to
changing regulations, and one of the biggest shifts today is the need to
address new data sources that are being added to existing regulations,”
said Dave Wagner, Chief Executive Officer, Zix Corp. “Five years ago,
auditing Slack or LinkedIn data wasn’t a concern – now, they are two of
the most popular communications channels within organizations, and they
need to be accounted for. With ZixArchive, we are providing a solution
that captures these new methods of communication that regulators like
FINRA and the SEC will audit, ultimately, ensuring our customers’
compliance strategies are sound.”

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