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C2C, BridgeHead Unite to Offer Email Archiving Solution

April 28, 2009
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United Kingdom-based C2C and Woburn, Mass.-based BridgeHead Software are partnering to offer a single solution for healthcare data archiving and management that will incorporate email archiving into a system that accommodates files, scanned documents, DICOM images and Microsoft SharePoint data.

As part of the agreement, the two companies are integrating C2C’s Archive One for Exchange email archiving product into BridgeHead’s healthcare archiving and data management suite in order to enable organizations to reduce storage costs, enhance the disaster recovery process and create a single secure and protected data source, they say.

The solution, which will be sold as BH MailStore, and will be available exclusively through BridgeHead’s Value Added Reseller partners worldwide.

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