C2C Archives Notes/Domino

C2C extends automated data management beyond just archiving for Lotus Notes/Domino users

October 8, 2008

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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- C2C, a leading provider of automated data management and messaging solutions, today announced Archive One for Domino an exciting extension to their archiving product set.

The key elements to the solution:

Solve capacity problems created by the volume of messages and size of attachments being circulated by users Ensure copies of all mail and calendar items copied from the journal are stored safely for compliance retention Provide search and retrieval for users and eDiscovery for administrators and compliance officers Offer enhanced retention management by ensuring data is destroyed or removed when required Reduce back-up windows by removing large amounts of data from the NSF files and thereby enhancing the user perspective of their solution Archive One for Domino provides fully automated data management beyond just archiving to aid capacity, compliance, eDiscovery and retention management of emails from the moment they are received by the Lotus Domino server to the time they are no longer needed.

“With both the number of messages and the size of each message growing at an alarming pace, organizations are eager to find solutions - aside from setting mailbox quotas - that can alleviate the messaging system’s burden on storage while also maintaining performance and productivity,” said Brian Babineau, senior analyst for the Enterprise Strategy Group. “C2C has developed just this solution with their Archive One for Domino product, which helps organizations control storage costs and administration headaches while ensuring that business-critical information is always safely protected and instantly retrievable.”

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