Used globally by some of the largest corporations in the world, we handle enterprise volumes of data quickly and efficiently. With a focus on the management, reporting and movement of messaging and file based data between storage platforms, our distributed architecture means data can be transferred by the shortest route possible. This not only reduces system, LAN and WAN utilisation, but allows data unavailability to be minimised if not eliminated entirely.
Our Message Migration and Rehydration features allow you to move messaging data between Office365, Microsoft Exchange, Enterprise Vault, PST Files, Mimecast, Syantec.cloud, MSG files, Public Folders and more. With automatic owner assignment based upon sender and receiver metadata and inbuilt scheduling functionality, migration projects can be configured to be fully automated if required. With a centralised browser based management console, even migration projects that need to be controlled manually can become efficient and easy to facilitate.
Our Folder Reporting features summarise as they go allowing queries against the data to be almost instantaneous. Fully integrated with our migration functionality, data can be trawled, analysed, ownership verified and then moved to another archive solution, all through a single, easy to use administrative interface.
With enterprise features included as part of the core product including multi-domain support, end-user opt-in, active directory integration, pilot users and computers, multi-time zone support, built in end user notifications, roles based access and lots more, we can help to simplify discovery and migration projects no matter what size and complexity. We focus on full end-to-end automation with centralised administration, reducing or completely removing the need for manual intervention.
Source data is never error free – PSTs usually contain one or more corrupt messages for example – our software has been built with enterprise grade error handling from the outset. Unlike many other tools, including those provided natively, we report on errors, skip corruptions and carry on.