PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Atempo, Inc., a leading provider of cross-platform data protection and archiving solutions, today introduced the new version of its e-mail archiving software, Atempo Digital Archive for Messaging (ADAM) 2.2. The software delivers critical new mailbox management enhancements, added support for Mac software and hardware, and key integration with Atempo Digital Archive (ADA), the companys file archiving software. While optimized for mid-size and larger organizations, ADAMs ease-of-installation and ease-of-use enables any-size storage environment to simplify and streamline the archival process for all messaging data, resulting in critical cost-savings.
The new software features an enhanced ADAM Policy Manager module that satisfies mailbox management requirements regardless of an organizations mail server or architecture. The softwares open architecture enables ADAM to archive emails from a wide range of e-mail servers. This gives Atempo the flexibility to support a wide range of messaging architectures in addition to Microsoft Exchange, including Lotus Notes, Novell Groupwise and most other commercial IMAP based e-mail servers. The Policy Manager module also gives authorized users enhanced functionality, with the ability to delete stubbed e-mails and implement automatic deletion or archival policies to any message based on the users specified criteria.
The protection of digital assets is a necessary investment for any organization, and those needing to minimize IT expenses are maximizing IT efficiency by implementing file and messaging archiving into their storage strategy, said Mark Sutter, CTO of Atempo. In addition to satisfying eDiscovery and compliance requirements, the main benefit that ADAM customers across all industries see is the significant cost-savings from having procedures in place that automatically move critical data onto inexpensive archival media. ADAM 2.2 gives any data-intensive organization a simplified and flexible solution to managing this process of long-term data retention.