Co-founders acquire company; move headquarters to New York

New York, NY – September 8, 2015 – Archive360 announced today that, in response to increased market demand, the company will invest in accelerating product development and in expanding channel partnerships. As part of this growth strategy, co-founders Robert DeSteno and Tiberiu Popp purchased Archive360 and have moved the headquarters to New York. DeSteno and Popp will lead the company as CEO and CTO, respectively.

“We see tremendous opportunities for us right now to build more support and sales momentum within our partner network.” noted DeSteno. “Moving to New York, and investing in both operations and new technologies will allow us to capitalize on the expanding market.”

Popp commented,   “We’re currently engaged in many of the largest email archive migration projects in the world, including several major migrations to Microsoft Office 365. As we finish developing new tools for additional platforms, it’s the perfect time for us to push forward.”

Concluded DeSteno, “One thing that won’t change is our commitment to our channel partners and to their customers. We look forward to our continued growth as a company.”

Archive360 provides software tools for email archive migrations, and works with channel partners in the US, Canada, EMEA and APAC. The company’s software has been successfully implemented on some of the largest email archive migration projects in North America. Archive360 currently migrates data off Autonomy EAS, EMC SourceOne and EmailXtender, Symantec Enterprise Vault, EV.Cloud, and Mimosa NearPoint; additional tools are in development. Archive360 has successfully completed more email archive migrations than any other competitor. For more information, please visit