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Oracle Launches Online Archive
DENVER -- Oracle continues to expand its enterprise content management offering with the launch of Oracle Universal Online Archive and Oracle E-mail Archive Service, components of Oracle Fusion Middleware.
Oracle Universal Online Archive provides a highly scalable and manageable archiving system that combines the proven infrastructure of the Oracle Database and the standards-based, hot-pluggability of Oracle Fusion Middleware with a high-volume data ingestion engine to simplify archiving, management and rapid retrieval of multiple content types.
Oracle E-mail Archive Service, in conjunction with Oracle Online Archive, provides an optimized e-mail archiving interface for Microsoft Exchange, IBM Lotus Notes, and SMTP-based mail systems.
Oracle Universal Online Archive and Oracle E-mail Archive Service help enterprises decrease storage and IT operations costs, improve e-mail performance and security, and reduce the cost and risk associated with e-discovery and litigation preparation.
Oracle has decades of experience in managing huge volumes of data efficiently and securely. Oracle Universal Online Archive takes that deep understanding and brings it to bear on actively archiving multiple types of unstructured content and particularly e-mail. The result is a uniquely flexible archiving platform that helps lower IT costs, simplify the integration of security and records management policies into the archiving process, and improve end user access to current and archived information. said Frank Radichel, vice president, Software Development, Oracle.
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