The Missouri Research and Education Network (MOREnet) and Gaggle announced that they have entered into an agreement to provide email archiving services and support for MOREnet members, including Missouri K-12 schools, public libraries, higher education institutions and other affiliated organizations.
“We are excited to offer Gaggle’s email archiving service to our members. Their solution is ideal for members who want a complete archiving solution. Gaggle has a good understanding and years of experience in the education environment, so it seems like a natural fit for us to work together and provide another quality service to our members,” said John Gillispie, Executive Director, MOREnet.
Tom Petit, Vice President of Sales for Gaggle, shared the Gaggle perspective. “Gaggle is pleased to be partnering with MOREnet to provide archiving solutions to Missouri Schools and Libraries. Through our partnership MOREnet members will have access to Gaggle’s robust archiving capabilities and services for their email platform.”
The partnership will allow MOREnet members to use an affordable archiving solution that includes enough flexibility and customer support to integrate successfully with their various email solutions.
The Missouri Research and Education Network (MOREnet) is a member-driven consortium serving
Missouri’s K-12 schools, colleges and universities, public libraries, state and local government, teaching hospitals and clinics and other affiliated organizations. MOREnet, which operates as a separate business unit within the University of Missouri, was created in 1991 to deliver secure, reliable and robust Internet connectivity to its members.
Today, MOREnet has evolved from an Internet service provider to an organization deploying and supporting the technology resources its members need to be successful. MOREnet provides technical support, videoconferencing support, technical training, hosted and managed cloud services, disaster recovery services and network security. MOREnet is committed to supporting and enabling its members’ missions through the use of technology to enhance opportunities for public access, learning and research. For more information, visit www.more.net.