PageFreezer.com will launch on May 25 at the Gov 2.0 Expo in DC. PageFreezer is a website archiving solution, benefiting governments to comply with public records laws. Tracking all changes on the websites with PageFreezer offers these organizations trusted, non-refutable evidence in case of liability claims.
PageFreezer is a web-based service that archives daily snapshots of websites. Website archives can be accessed by logging into the secured PageFreezer site from any computer, any time.
PageFreezer is the only website archiving solution that places a digital timestamp and signature on each archived webpage, explained DotGov CEO Michael Riedyk. This provides evidence of data integrity and authenticity required by courts of law.
Using crawlers similar to Google's, PageFreezer visits websites and makes a digital copy of all new webpages found, regardless of the pages file format. Archiving is an automated process, saving time. Only new webpages and changes to webpages are archived, saving storage space.
Easily browse and search the archives at any time. Slide through the timeline to open an archive. Open the website on that date to view how a site looked and click through it as if the site is still live. Jump through the page to see how that page has changed over time.
PageFreezer is an online service. No software to install or configure. PageFreezer's pricing plan starts at $99 (US) per month. Set up an account and begin archiving a website within an hour.
See a demo of PageFreezer.com at the Innovators Pavilion - Booth #13, Gov 2.0 Expo, Washington DC, May 25-27.
More information on the Gov 2.0 Expo: http://www.gov2expo.com
DotGov, Inc. is a Seattle based company delivering stunning solutions for Gov 2.0. DotGov introduced PageFreezer.com: a website archiving solution which complies with public records laws, FINRA and SOX. DotGov is also working on CityLife: a mobile platform that changes the way how we work with local governments.