MaxxCloud Safe from OpenSSL Heartbleed Vulnerability

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  • 11
    Apr

MaxxCloud Safe from OpenSSL Heartbleed Vulnerability

The so-called "Heartbleed bug" is caused by a flaw in OpenSSL software, which is commonly used on the Internet to provide security and privacy. The bug is affecting many global IT systems in both private and public sector organizations and has the potential to expose private data. Alex Johnson, VP of Development at MaxxVault assures MaxxCloud customers: "We...

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  • 15
    Jan

MaxxVault LLC Offers MaxxDocs Small Business Edition to Global Audience

The No-Cost Document Management Software Offering is now offered to any company or organization due to demand Islandia, NY -- Jan 14, 2014 / (http://www.myprgenie.com) -- New York--based software developer, MaxxVault LLC, announced today that MaxxDocs Small Business Edition, the free document management software, is now available to any organization worldwide and has removed previous restrictions making it...

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Is your Data Safe and Secure ??
  • 15
    Nov

Is your Data Safe and Secure ??

Often times one of the most overlooked things when it comes to Electronic Document Management Systems is the Daily, Weekly or dare I say Monthly Backups.  I know for a fact that most companies would not gamble with their Line of Business Systems by not performing a Daily Backup but as a Senior Engineer I often times have...

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It Doesn't Have to be Daunting
  • 6
    Nov

It Doesn’t Have to be Daunting

I am sure glad 3 year olds aren’t running EDMS initiatives at companies today. Last week my three year old daughter asked me “Mom- what do you REALLY do for work?” She sat in my office for a good half hour while I demonstrated to her the MaxxVault platform. Her reaction after the demo? “Soooooo your work computer...

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  • 4
    Nov

A No Cost Document Management Software Offering Benefitting Nonprofits, Small Business and Education?

MaxxVault  LLC Launches MaxxDocs Small Business Edition MaxxVault LLC, has  launched MaxxDocs Small Business, a free document management software for  nonprofits, small business, and institutions of education. MaxxDocs SB is a  fully-functional EDMS system with a 10Kdocument repository and ready for use by  5 named users. Now, budget-strapped organizations such as nonprofits and  schools can utilize top-of-the-line information...

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  • 24
    Oct

Never Stand Still in Today’s ECM Race. If You Do You Can Always Play Angry Birds.

It's been a crazy week for people talking about the ECM marketplace so I might as well put my 2 cents in. I've seen email blasts with titles like "ECM is Dead", "The New ECM Marketplace", "Traditional ECM is Gone", etc... The list goes on and on. The bottom line here is if you're not constantly developing and...

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Logistic Information Management Issues?
  • 24
    Oct

Logistic Information Management Issues?

Our team at MaxxVault have been designing and implementing solutions for Transportation and Logistics companies for nearly 20 years. This is one industry that continues to grow and with the growth the information management becomes more and more challenging. Here are 4 things any logistic company should be looking for in a document/information management solution: 1. All solutions...

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  • 24
    Oct

Document Management Does Not Have To Be This Difficult

If you're having the same level of stress that this guy is having in our video I think its time to contact us. We have the expertise to help build simple to use yet powerful document management solutions. Chainsaw vs. MaxxVault

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  • 22
    Oct

The YouTube Revolution – Do you take the time to watch those online software videos?

Everyone out their knows what YouTube is and probably goes there several times a day to watch the latest viral video. The question I am always asking myself is how do you make a professional video that focuses on solving your clients problems but also make it entertaining enough for the general public to want to watch?  You...

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