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TORRANCE, Calif., May 31, 2005 - LiveOffice Corporation, the leading provider of web sites, compliance solutions and collaborative applications, today announced that it has relocated its national headquarters to the Airport Atrium building in Torrance. The company’s new headquarters are located at:

2780 Skypark Drive
Suite 300
Torrance, CA 90505

Founded in the South Bay in 1998, LiveOffice currently services more than 15,000 financial services customers nationwide and employs more than 70 local area residents.

“Since moving to Torrance, our company has experienced rapid growth on a national level,” said Matthew Smith, chief operating officer of LiveOffice Corporation. “Our most recent surge in growth prompted our relocation team to embark on a search for a new facility that would accommodate our expanding company and adequately meet our needs. Our search was highly successful and has brought us to this exciting first day in our new headquarters at the Airport Atrium.”

TORRANCE, Calif., May 31, 2005 - LiveOffice Corporation (, the provider of the AdvisorMail ( product line*, will sponsor a comprehensive online seminar covering electronic recordkeeping requirements for email and instant messages (IMs) on Tuesday, June 7th. The desktop seminar is designed to help investment advisors and broker-dealers better understand the current regulatory requirements for electronic records and will feature a panel of industry experts from National Regulatory Services (NRS).

This important web seminar will cover industry best practices for electronic record retention and:

  • Review the regulatory requirements for using electronic records
  • Help investment advisors and broker-dealers understand the different requirements for electronic media records
  • Provide helpful tips on developing firm policies and practices for electronic records
  • Offer recommendations on systems, media and techniques for properly maintaining electronic records

In addition, LiveOffice’s Director of Business Development Ann Davis will provide a demonstration of the AdvisorMail system, including its new Attorney-Client Privilege controls, for all attendees.

Expert Panel
The desktop seminar will feature a panel of regulatory experts from NRS, including:

  • William Cavell, Director, Investment Adviser Consulting
  • John Gentile, Director, Broker-Dealer Consulting
  • John Gebauer, Executive Vice President/CIO

Desktop Seminar Registration
Chief Compliance Officers, IT Managers/Personnel, Internal Auditors, Legal Counsel and anyone working in the compliance area are encouraged to register for the conference by visiting, via fax at (860) 435-0162 or by calling NRS directly at (860) 435-0200.

CPE Credits
Attendees can earn up to 2 CPE credit hours for participation in the seminar.

FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla., May 10, 2005 - LiveOffice Corporation (, the provider of the AdvisorMail ( product line*, today announced the release of its Attorney-Client Privilege controls for regulatory management of email and instant message (IM) communications at the SIA Independent Firms Conference. This new feature, included in AdvisorMail 4.0, protects confidential communications by allowing users to assign emails and IMs to a secure, privileged folder that protects messages from standard review procedures.

AdvisorMail’s Attorney-Client controls allow all internal compliance auditors to place privileged communications in a confidential folder. Once a message is placed in this folder, AdvisorMail ensures message integrity by allowing the system administrator to grant “privilege” rights to specific auditors. Only auditors given privilege rights are able to view confidential communications in their entirety.

“Ruan Securities trusts AdvisorMail with our most critical email data,” said Barbara Bennett, vice president, Compliance & Legal for Ruan Securities Corporation. “The new Attorney-Client feature now adds enhanced protection for our organization’s most confidential and privileged email communications.”

“AdvisorMail is leading the industry with the most usable interface available today for email and instant messaging compliance and management,” said Ann Davis, director of business development for AdvisorMail. “Now, we are excited to be the first to provide financial professionals with specific Attorney-Client Privilege controls that protect sensitive communications, while maintaining message compliance with strict regulatory guidelines.” 

AdvisorMail’s Attorney-Client privilege controls are part of AdvisorMail 4.0 and available now to existing and new customers.

SIA Independent Firms Conference
LiveOffice is demonstrating AdvisorMail today in booth 213 at the SIA Independent Firms Conference. The Conference takes place today and tomorrow at the Marriott Harbor Beach Report & Spa in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

About LiveOffice

LiveOffice is a leading provider of software-as-a-service email archiving and Hosted Exchange 2007 solutions, with more than 8,500 clients and a 99-percent client-retention rate. Founded in 1998 and backed by leading private-equity firm Summit Partners, the company has more than 100 employees with deep experience in messaging, including executives and board members from Symantec, Microsoft, FrontBridge and Postini. For more information, call 800.374.2032 or visit Visit the LiveOffice Blog at

TORRANCE, Calif., May 2, 2005 - LiveOffice Corp. ( announced today that its IMConferencing ( web conferencing system has been integrated with MSN Messenger 7.0′, the latest release of Microsoft Corp.’s instant messaging (IM) application.

This new interoperability feature connects MSN Messenger’ users to IMConferencing’s powerful web, audio and video conferencing platform in seconds, making it easy for users to launch full-featured online meetings and collaboration sessions to one or several participants. Once a user clicks the Start Meeting button, activated participants are invited to join in a web meeting and the host is able to launch a variety of IMConferencing collaboration tools to participants including:

  • Dynamic PowerPoint presentation capabilities that capture existing slide animation and offer a host of whiteboarding and polling options
  • Mixed telephone and VoIP audio conferences that give users ultimate flexibility in selecting how they want to connect into a meeting
  • Desktop/application sharing that allows the host and participants to quickly and easily share any application or document saved on their PCs
  • Multi-point and full screen video conferences that accurately duplicate the inperson meeting experience

“Our vision is to make it as easy as possible for businesspeople to connect into interactive collaboration sessions with one another from any location,” said Ted Heieck, product manager for LiveOffice Corp. “IMConferencing’s full integration with MSN Messenger 7.0 ensures that businesses using this communication method have easy and fast access to the web, audio and video conferencing tools they need to make their day more productive and efficient.”

Pricing and Availability
IMConferencing is available now at a cost of $50 per seat license per month.