We’re excited to announce that Smarsh has been named a Top Player in The Radicati Group’s Information Archiving — Market Quadrant 2017 report. This is the seventh year in a row that Smarsh has received the Top Player ranking.
The Radicati Group’s market analysis of archiving solutions is a four-quadrant system that categorizes vendors as Top Players, Mature Players, Specialists, or Trail Blazers, based on market share and functionality. This year, Smarsh was one of only seven providers recognized as a Top Player, defined as “the current market leaders with products that offer, both breadth and depth of functionality, as well as possess a solid vision for the future.”
The report notes Smarsh offers clients a consistent and comprehensive set of search and review, policy, production and reporting tools across their organization’s email, social media, instant messaging, mobile messaging and Web content—with enhanced compliance and eDiscovery workflows across all archived content.
Content is organized into cases for further analysis, export or production for eDiscovery, investigations, or audits. For financial firms and others in highly regulated industries that need to regularly monitor archived content proactively for regulatory compliance, Smarsh provides a specialized Supervision workflow designed to enable policy-driven monitoring and efficient team-based content review.
The Radicati Group highlighted Smarsh strengths, including mobile text archiving, which supports the archiving of content directly from carriers and solutions for any combination of mobile device/OS, carrier/plan, and ownership models such as employer-issued devices, bring your own device scenarios, and choose your own device options.
Founded in 2001, Smarsh helps more than 20,000 organizations meet regulatory compliance, e-discovery and record retention requirements. The company is headquartered in Portland, Oregon, with offices in New York City, Boston, Raleigh, N.C. and London.
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