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We just celebrated Greenview Data's 30th anniversary, which seemed like a great starting point to kick off this new blog. Thirty years in the Tech industry as a privately-held, profitable company is definitely something to be proud of and worth reflecting on. Here's a quick timeline of some things that have happened since Greenview Data was founded in May of 1980:
- 1980 - Greenview Data launches the VEDIT universal file editor
- 1981 - IBM launches the first PC
- 1986 - NSFNET goes online, sparking the growth of the internet
- 1988 - Greenview Data customers now include the likes of NASA, GE Capital, The GAP, and the U.S. Navy
- 1993 - The first web browser
- 1997 - Microsoft Outlook is born
- 1998 - Google is founded
- 2002 - Greenview Data launches the hosted antispam solution SpamStopsHere. An estimated 2.4 billion spam messages are sent every day.
- 2007 - The number of daily spam emails is estimated to reach 100 billion, or over 85% of incoming mail.
- 2009 - Greenview Data launches the hosted email archiving solution RestorEmail
- 2009 - The HITECH Act provisions regarding strengthened enforcements of HIPAA violations take effect
- 2010 - Greenview Data launches hosted business email and HIPAA/HITECH compliant encryption products
Which brings us to the present, and thus the future. We've got some great new projects in the works, and are always looking to improve our services at every level. This blog, and some of the other social web presences we're developing, is part of an effort to provide our customers and partners with up-to-date and relevant information. You can expect to find posts on this blog ranging from product tutorials and updates, tips and tricks for getting the most out of your services, related industry news and analysis, and anything else we might think useful or interesting. We've gained a lot of experience over the past 30 years and we hope that by sharing some of that experience with everyone, we can also continue to grow ourselves.