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nAppliance Networks, Sonasoft Team
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- nAppliance Networks, a leading provider of cost effective infrastructure management and security appliances for the SMB and Enterprise markets, announces that it has teamed up with Sonasoft Corp., provider of SonaSafe Integrated Archiving, Replication, and Backup software to introduce enterprise class Exchange Email Archiving Appliances that lower the TCO of Archiving for Enterprise customers, and make Enterprise level archiving affordable for the SMB market. The product, dubbed the Net-Archiver SonaVault series of appliances, enables businesses of all sizes, big or small, private or public to safeguard against future litigation risks, effectively scale and optimize the exchange server storage infrastructure, and improve simple day to day employee email records and access management.
"By partnering with Sonasoft we are providing an enterprise class email archiving solution which is cost effective, and at the same time very function rich. The market is waiting for a state of the art archiving appliance solution that will effectively help index, preserve, and simplify day to day employee and email records and access management, achieve regulatory and eDiscovery compliance, and meet business continuity needs of organizations of all sizes at an affordable price. Our nAppliance team is really excited about this partnership and we are glad that we will be offering a unique appliance solution to the marketplace." said Billy Bath, Director Business Development of nAppliance.
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