STUDENTNET® Newsletter

10 October 2011

New NextMail feature: archive email

Many of you have been asking for archive options for your staff and student emails in NextMail. Not only have we been listening - more importantly - we've been developing!

We now have available a prototype of an archive facility that utilises Studentnet's own networks and servers. This relieves you of the burden of establishing your own facilities but still giving you total control. Now your email archive can be economically maintained in facilities under your own direct control - totally outside of Google - without your need to expend you own capital or effort.

This email archive feature is an additional option to the document archiving and backup feature that we introduced earlier this year.

We're very excited about the possibilities that email archiving allows us to deliver to you and your school. The feature set and requirements are not yet set in concrete and we'd like to hear your thoughts on what should and should not be included. We've prepared a prototype with which you can play to see how it works.

Introductory Webinar: Friday October 28 - put it in your diary!

To introduce you to the new email archive feature, and the prototype, we're planning a webinar to be held on Friday October 28 at 10:30am. We'd like to spend some time reviewing the product, how it works and to give you a chance to ask questions directly of the development team.

This webinar will be the first of a regular series that we'd like to hold to keep you up to date with our rapidly developing product line, and also to keep you appraised of new technical developments. Let us know if you can make it - we'd love to see you there!

Studentnet Nextmail: Finalist at the 2011 ANZIA Awards: Security & Privacy Category

We are proud to announce that Studentnet's Nextmail has been chosen as a finalist at the 2011 ANZIA Awards in the Security & Privacy category.

Quoting from the 2011 ANZIA finalists announcement:

"The quality and variety of entries received this year has been simply inspiring, with many entrants making significant contributions to the development of the Internet in Australia and New Zealand.

The 2011 ANZIAs attracted twice the number of entries received in 2010, and following a difficult deliberation process, the following organisations have been shortlisted as finalists. "

Studentnet is proud to be included in the list of finalists amongst such well respected organisations as F-Secure, Telstra and the NZ Dept of Internal Affairs. The full list of finalists can be found here.

Studentnet believes that this public recognition is an important endorsement of the dedication that we have placed in furthering the Security & Privacy objectives of our client schools. We know that Security & Privacy are of paramount importance to your extended community of school users. We believe that the public acknowledgement of the success of our efforts is an important asset that you can promote to your management, your users, and your extended community of parents and students.

Wish us luck in the final to be announced on October 17!

Best Regards

The Studentnet Team

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