Today's Web is where companies do business, and how they do business. It's how people connect, share and collaborate. It's always on, and it's always evolving.
All of the Web pages, blog posts, images, and interactive elements that your company has invested in shouldn't disappear with each update. As the Web becomes increasingly real-time, it's important not to lose our long-term memory.
Today's Web needs to be preserved, so that your company can tell its story. The modern Web, however, is not intended to be printed, filed or faxed. It should be experienced.
Smarsh Web archiving is designed to capture, preserve and re-create the Web experience as it existed in time. Whether to prepare and protect your company for litigation and e-discovery, to comply with regulatory obligations, or to keep a historical record of the websites that affect your business, Smarsh can help you bring dormant Web experiences back to life.
Smarsh Web Archiving crawls any website and captures each Web page and its contents in their original format, providing the precise record of what was published online at any specific point in time. Archived Web pages are preserved and rendered in your browser with their original look and feel. Interactive elements remain functional, and links between pages are preserved, pointing to the destination Web page or document as it existed.
Social collaboration, shared documents in the cloud and authenticated, individual Web user experiences are now a corporate reality. As a result, the need for a verifiable, electronic record of what was said, and when, is increasing rapidly. Each archived page (and every archived object) is time-stamped and stored unaltered in native format, preserving forensic integrity.
Because of dynamic or database-driven content, third-party tools and publishing systems, traditional Web backup solutions can give a picture of what was published to the Web, but cannot re-create what your customers experienced. Files can be restored from backups, but Web pages are comprised of dozens of individually linked components.
And rather than investing your staff's time in taking screenshots, printing out volumes of individual pages and archaically filing them away, all you need to do is turn it on. Decide how often and how much content is to be archived, and then search your Web archive, share with collaborators and easily monitor changes to the content over time.
Fortune 100 companies trust Smarsh with their online history. Web archive content is preserved in the secure, geographically-dispersed Smarsh data centers. Smarsh brings the best-in-class search, supervision and on-demand production capabilities that highlight its suite of market-leading solutions for archiving electronic communications to the Web.
Smarsh Web Archiving crawls any website and captures each Web page and its contents in their original format, providing the precise record of what was published online at any specific point in time. Archived Web pages are preserved and rendered in your browser with their original look and feel. Interactive elements remain functional, and links between pages are preserved, pointing to the destination Web page or document as it existed at the time of archival.
Organizations define an archive policy that captures exactly what pages or objects they need on an automated, recurring schedule. To assure forensic integrity, each archived page (and every archived object) is time-stamped and stored in its native format. Once stored, each archived asset is completely read-only.
Full-text, historical search and browsing make accessing archived pages instantaneous. Archived Web pages and their audit trails can be reviewed by any authorized user. Archived Web pages can be exported for download where they retain their original functionality.
Archive a complete web site and all of its components, a single Web page, entire blogs, wikis or RSS feeds. Smarsh will help you develop and configure an archive policy that fits your needs.
Smarsh stores every archived Web object in its original, native form. Every file is time-stamped and stored in redundant, geographically-dispersed data centers.
Full-text, historical search and browsing make accessing archived pages instantaneous. Authorized users can search across their Web archives based on virtually any criteria, either ad-hoc or on a consistent, systematic basis.
Your supervision procedures are not at the mercy of inflexible technology. Customize your firm's supervision experience for optimal efficiency in review and effectiveness in identifying and mitigating risk.
Authorized users can retrieve, export and produce entire websites in original form, on demand.
Companies have been reluctant to adopt new Web-based technologies because of a lack of infrastructure to monitor and archive content. Smarsh Web Archiving provides a fundamentally new approach to capturing content that opens new opportunities for publishing, archiving and supervision. The list of nearly 200 content types supported by Smarsh is growing daily.
At a glance, Smarsh Web Archiving makes anything you can view in your Web browser searchable and retrievable, with no installation. Alternative applications include:
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