Zimbra Unveils Archiving

Zimbra announced the launch of Zimbra Archiving & Discovery

July 11, 2007

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SAN MATEO, Calif. -- Zimbra, the leader in open source, next-generation collaboration and messaging software, today announced the launch of Zimbra Archiving & Discovery. Available as an optional licensed add-on to Zimbra Collaboration Suite (ZCS), Zimbra Archiving & Discovery provides administrators with a robust, scalable solution to archive email messages and an easy-to-use, Ajax-based interface to quickly search and discover’ messages across any subset of mailboxes. It also provides significantly lower licensing and total-cost-of-ownership than existing traditional solutions.

By integrating Archiving & Discovery into the ZCS platform, organizations can now leverage Zimbra’s tools and popular Ajax-based administrative web-client, greatly reducing the burden of implementing retention, discovery, and regulatory compliance. Additionally, ZCS with integrated Archiving & Discovery enables hosting providers that leverage a software as a service (SaaS), multi-tenant architecture to offer their customers a secure, feature rich archiving solution that provides a compelling total cost of ownership (TCO) and efficient storage options.

“Our customers are K-12 school districts that are under the gun to establish policies to comply with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) amendment that will be widely enforced come December 1, 2007,” said Kris Kenyon, Service Manager of Aircanopy.net. “The FRCP amendment stipulates that K-12 schools must ensure their electronic documents, email and instant messages are in compliance with new federal e-discovery regulations. ZCS with integrated Archiving allows us to offer our customers a powerful, and complete messaging solution for retaining and discovering electronically stored information. With Zimbra, they will be able to dramatically reduce their risk for potential litigation or expensive legal fees associated with e-discovery. ”

Zimbra Inc.

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