Archive360 In the Media

Our expertise for Information management and Archiving is regularly featured in the media.

March 3, 2023

M-19-21: It’s the Perfect Storm of IT Issues, But There Are Ways Forward

Executive Order M-19-21 is in the news right now because federal agencies have been given an extension (M-23-07) to ensure compliance with this critical directive, but all this didn’t come out of nowhere. To understand why this key deadline was missed, and how it’s a challenge even with more time, it helps to understand the larger context of mandates to enhance (primarily) cloud security, and the technology and policy issues that must be addressed. 
November 30, 2022

APIs to Ease the Way: Charting A New Course in Cross-System Navigation

Archives are where data goes to die – and that’s why professionals who need to search through that data must navigate unfamiliar technologies, dramatically slowing the entire process. Tibi Popp, co-founder and CTO at Archive360, discusses why it’s time for a new approach that respects business users’ specific needs.  
September 7, 2022

KMWorld: Archive360 creates developer program to extend business users’ access to archived data

Archive360, the archiving and information management provider trusted by enterprises and government agencies, is offering the Archive360 Extend developer program, giving customers and partners access to the company’s unique APIs (application programming interfaces).
August 29, 2022

ITDigest: Information Management Leader Archive360 Launches Developer Program

Archive360™, the archiving and information management leader trusted by enterprises and government agencies worldwide, announced its Archive360 Extend developer program, giving customers and partners access to the company’s unique APIs.
August 22, 2022

Security Magazine: A national data privacy law might arrive sooner than expected

For those of us waiting for a national data privacy law — and those numbers might be rising — there’s good news. The U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee recently amended and passed HR 8152, the American Data Privacy and Protection Act (ADPPA). 
July 11, 2022

DCD: One year on: Biden's cybersecurity order

Even strongly worded presidential orders can take a long time to make a real difference. But in this case, perhaps in a bow to the rapid advances of this field, some aspects specifically had a one-year deadline, and many of the rest had a tone of urgency. It’s now been a little over a year—so what’s actually changed, as mandated by law, and what hasn’t?
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