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University of Liverpool improves email storage

Antony Savvas

The University of Liverpool has chosen C2C's archiving system to improve email storage management.

The university will use the Archive One platform to decrease its email backup and protect mission-critical data.

The University of Liverpool has 4,500 staff and 25,000 registered students. Staff email boxes were bulging with irreplaceable coursework and papers and back-ups were becoming cumbersome.

The University needed an archiving system to cope with large volumes, retain files for a long time and provide access to old email.

Iain Stinson, director of computing services at the university, said, "C2C's archive facility has benefited the university tremendously in reducing online messages.

"The provision of the active storage required allows staff immediate access to emails and attachments, regardless of where they are in the world."

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