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Moonwalk Teams for ILM

SALT LAKE CITY -- Moonwalk Inc., providers of large-scale data management solutions, and Messaging Architects, specialists in risk management for enterprise email, announced they will partner to offer Moonwalk's enterprise data management system as part of the M+Archive email archiving and legal discovery solution. With this partnership, Messaging Architects continues to deliver on its vision of providing robust, feature-rich, and easy-to-use products that ensure a stable and secure corporate GroupWise environment.

"The combination of Messaging Architects' M+Archive product and Moonwalk's advanced storage management solutions will provide all our clients with a powerful and scalable Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) solution for Novell GroupWise environments. The growing regulations governing email storage have made ILM a requirement for virtually any project," explained Pierre Chamberland, CEO of Messaging Architects.

According to Gartner, compliance requirements will account for almost 50% of investment in content and business process management systems in the coming years. Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) solutions improve the scalability and manageability of these ever-growing storage infrastructures.

"M+Archive is without a doubt one of the most powerful email archiving, storage, and retention solution for GroupWise," said Peter Harvey, Moonwalk CEO. Users will now be able to extend M+Archive's capabilities to also enforce automated policies that facilitate compliance with file storage, retention, access, and migration - all acting directly at the file object level, across any type of tiered storage. Seldom accessed messages and attachments can be readily migrated to less expensive storage (e.g., ATA/RAID, NAS, etc.) resources or to write-once archival media.

Moonwalk Inc.