GTMaritime adds offline continuity

GTMaritime has launched GTMailPlus.Continuity, a web-based service that gives users access to e-mails when end-to-end services between ship and shore are offline, added as a standard feature on its GTMailPlus service.

The service is hosted within the company’s Cloud infrastructure and is to be provided to GTMailPlus users at no extra cost, allowing them to continue sending and receiving messages during any shipboard e-mail outage.

“In a digital world, access to e-mail is critical to keep businesses running and Continuity means users can send, receive and retrieve e-mails from anywhere and on any device, operating on a business as usual basis,” said Robert Kenworthy, CEO, GTMaritime.

“As a Cloud-based feature, Continuity doesn’t need extra hardware or software, while back-ups and synchronisation are automatic.”

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