Further Information on Using Archive Manager and Its Client Base
Archive Manager does it work faster, cheaper and more reliably than any other file manager program on the internet.
How this is possible?
You are probably wondering how all of this is possible? Quite simple, no database is used to store file (or even pointers to files). A database is used for only a tiny configuration file and task scheduling that will run easily on the free SQL Express 2008 R2 or later.
All of the information in regards to where a file has been moved from and to – is retained in the file system with the clever usage of directory construction and properties of files.
Powerful archiving software
So, if you are in the market for a lightweight, fast and powerful program to handle your network file storage then Archive Manager by MLtek is perfect for the work you need done.
No special versions
There are no separate or special versions of Archive Manager only one file (with free\trial license) that you download and then install. Once a license is bought you are able to upgrade using your free\trial program by merely entering in the space provided the new license number. The package is able to be used for both installing a new copy or for upgrading an existing one.
Download a copy
When you download Archive Manager it comes with a license that is free and lets you setup 5 scheduled jobs and there is not any limit on the total number or size of the files it can process. Every time a task runs it will process and manage up to 100 files; which is the perfect size for deployments that are smaller or for those looking to try this program out.
Database of users
This program is in use throughout the world with users in the thousands. This includes:
- Multinational corporations
- Governmental departments
- Local and state authorities
- Educational establishments
- Several large universities
- Two regional health authorities
On our website we have several small examples of a cross section of clients, with a link to their websites as well as description of who they are and what they do. We also can offer reference sites for those wanting to look at large deployments of Archive Manager if it is needed.
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