Mimosa Appoints VP

Market demand for a new class of content archiving attracts industry veteran

February 13, 2008

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Mimosa Systems, a leader in Live Content Archiving solutions, today announced the appointment of former Symantec executive, Scott Whitney, as vice president of product management.

Strong demand for a new generation of archiving solutions has fueled the company's ability to attract top talent like Whitney. The addition of Whitney to the management team continues to strengthen Mimosa's ability to deliver best-of-breed content archiving products that address critical customer requirements for integrated content archiving, eDiscovery, regulatory compliance and business continuity.

Whitney brings more than 15 years of operations and software leadership experience in the enterprise and consumer markets to his new position at Mimosa. In his new role, Whitney will leverage his product management expertise to translate customer and partner challenges into product requirements that advance Mimosa solutions for integrated content archiving and governance.

Leadership Through Innovation - The Mimosa Difference Leading industry analysts predict enormous growth in content archiving as organizations seek greater information immediacy, discovery and business continuity of their email repositories. Radicati Group estimates the email archiving market, which was $796 million by year-end 2006, will grow to $7.8 billion by 2010, illustrating the significantly escalating demand for products in this space.

Mimosa Systems Inc.

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