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TimeSpring Intros CDP

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. -- TimeSpring Software Corp. announced the availability of its TimeData® continuous data protection software (CDP) for Microsoft® Exchange 2007, the 64-bit email management application. Unlike other backup systems, TimeSpring’s continuous data protection software ensures zero data loss by capturing and indexing all Exchange data changes in real-time. TimeData enables Exchange administrators to find and then recover any email, email group or mail box to any point-in-time within minutes, instead of hours or days.

TimeSpring’s award* winning TimeData CDP software is distinguished by its ease of use, affordability, 64-bit support and tight integration with key Microsoft applications such as Exchange, SQL Server, SharePoint and NTFS. With TimeData CDP software there are no protection gaps, no scheduling requirements, no backup related system slowdowns and no backup windows for the administrator to manage.

Unlike other backup systems, including Microsoft DPM software and so called “near” CDP data snapshot offerings, TimeSpring’s TimeData is a “true” CDP application that continuously captures and indexes all data as it changes in real-time. This makes TimeData one of the few applications suitable for comprehensive corporate governance, regulatory compliance and Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) initiatives. TimeData for Exchange offers a full audit trail and allows data to be classified and managed in content groups according to company policy. For example, human resource, financial and manufacturing email groups may have different retention policies applied.

"Firms facing e-discovery and regulatory pressures require granular email protection and retention with the ability to save, preserve and retrieve emails down to the message level in response to regulatory and litigation audits or as a result of business demand and user error," said Laura DuBois, Research Director, Storage Software at IDC. "With email an increasingly critical application, these same firms cannot tolerate email loss as a result of reliance upon traditional backups or snapshots for data protection."

TimeSpring Software Corp.