Inspiration from the City of Buffalo
If you take one look around the Buffalo community and compare it to the same scene five years ago, you’ll notice a dramatic difference. Now compare this view to the scene 25 years ago and the difference will be remarkable. Filled with start-up companies, new places to enjoy Buffalo Sports and an entirely new way to enjoy Canalside, the community of Buffalo has immensely developed. As a small local company, Lincoln Archives is proud to have developed right alongside the surrounding community. Developing from a one-service company in 1993 to a ten service all-inclusive Data Protection company, the inspiration to continuously develop was taken from the surrounding areas.
Similar to the developments along canalside changing the way a person views the waterfront, Lincoln Archives has added new services that have changed the way the organization can be viewed. Enhancing the services of Cloud back-up and adding the services of Next Gen Managed Firewalls and Email Security through Barracuda networks has allowed Lincoln Archives to be viewed as the only all-inclusive Data Protection company in Western New York and as a one-stop-shop for Data Protection compared to a company that could only assist with archiving documents.
As a token of our appreciation to the members of the community who have allowed us to make these developments, a holiday luncheon will be held on Dec. 15th, 2017. For more information email email@example.com. As our ties to the Buffalo community will always be strong, especially since our parent company started in Buffalo over 100 years ago, we also love to assist our neighbors in the surrounding cites of Rochester NY and Syracuse NY. To set up a service is these areas, please call, 716-871-7040.
Lincoln Archives is the ONLY, LOCAL all-inclusive Data Protection Provider and is NAID AAA Certified for Document Destruction and Data Destruction. Lincoln Archives is proud to be a part of the family-owned Lincoln Family of Companies serving the Western New York Community since 1914.
by Kathryn Turner