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    Cryoserver year in review

    Written by Robin Bingeman on

    At the end of our financial year, it’s time to reflect on a very successful period. Huge growth in new customer sign ups has proved testament to a loyal and growing partnership with clients, distribution and channel partners.  Our channels have implemented Cryoserver email archiving solutions into a wide portfolio of organisations including NHS Trusts, […]

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    Welcome Max!

    Written by Tom Roche on

    Welcome Max! The Cryoserver team continues to grow, and last quarter saw us add new team member Max Crawford. Max bolsters the sales team, working closely with James and Carl to better support our prospective customers. Originally from Cheshire, just outside Manchester the team continues to improve its interests across the UK. Max has experience […]

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  • Email

    Email disaster dollars and damage to reputation

    Written by Tom Roche on

    Email as a form of communication has its good points and its bad ones. Instant contact is obviously a fantastic advantage, and knowing that there’s a universal platform to talk business is even better. However having a legally binding method of permanent communication can also cause problems for some. Inbound email policy is often overlooked, […]

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    Councils AREN’T saving £100K a year…they could be

    Written by Tom Roche on

    Most councils charge nothing more than printing and photocopying costs to a member of the public who requests information… however that figure is looking increasingly unrealistic and increasingly unfair as each Freedom of Information request (FoI) is costing councils up to £293 on a regular basis. Cheap access to the critical information that affects our […]

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  • Cryoserver Intelligence

    Better to know, or not know?

    Written by Robin Bingeman on

    Intelligent email archiving is a buzz phrase being banded around the market place at present. But what does it all mean? Is it about making the email archive useful full time? Or getting thinking beyond the “box in the basement” philosophy? Maybe it’s Artificial Intelligence meets the email archive? Is it the historical defensive email […]

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