ARPP stands for Automated Reseller Provisioning platform. This is the Dropsuite reseller control panel that we offer to all partners. It’s a point of integration that allows Dropsuite partners to have a co-branded/white labeled domain which their end users can use to sign in to their dashboard. Partners can add, suspend, modify and unsubscribe users manually from the reseller portal. They can even use our APIS to perform these actions.
A file, such as an image files or a document, that is sent along with an email communication.
A data backup is the act of archiving or copying files for the purpose of being able to restore them at a later date in case of data corruption or loss.
Business Intelligence — theories, methodologies and processes that help make data understandable. Dropsuite bundles its Insights BI email intelligence tool with its email backup and archiving products.
Data that is compiled but not made available until a later time.
A pricing model whereby the solution provider like an MSP charges its clients based on the amount of services the customer consumes, rather than a time-based or subscription fee.
Incremental backup of files that have changed in the past 24 hours.
Short for denial-of-service attack. A DOS is an organized attempt to disrupt email or Web services by sending more messages or traffic than a server can handle, effectively shutting down a website or email service until the DOS messages stop.
Open-source tools that automate the deployment of applications inside software containers.
Disaster Recovery as a Service is the replication and hosting of infrastructure by a provider to enable failover in a catastrophe.
This term is used to describe the methodical approach to problem-solving and creating software by analyzing all requirements to better understand and architect the most efficient solution possible. Within Dropsuite, Engineering-First also refers to the company’s high engineering staff ratio, open-learning environment and hiring process.
G Suite is a collection of productivity and collaboration tools, software and products developed by Google.
A Hosting Services Provider is an application service provider dedicated to providing hosting services. Typically operates a Web server farm, either at a data center or location facility. Basically, a hosting provider houses your website, while an ISP connects your web server to the rest of the Internet.
A technical feature of an email archiving tool that allows certain emails to be deemed “legally within scope” and must be retained in a special archive accessible only to designated users, and is tamper proof.
Requesting information to answer a specific question.
Software-as-a-Service A software tool that is accessed/distributed over the Internet.