Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) has launched two email archiving offerings to help companies tackle the growing need to store and manage email and other unstructured content.
The first product, Message Archive for Compliance, enables companies to retain an unalterable archive of email and instant messages for the fixed period of time demanded by regulatory requirements such as Sarbanes-Oxley, Basel II, and the Securities and Exchange Comission's rule 17a4.
Meanwhile the second offering, Message Archive for Email, removes "difficult to administer" email inbox size limits and allows administrators and users to establish rules for migrating messages from primary to secondary storage.
Both email products are built on the Hitachi Lightning 9900 V and Thunder 9500 V Series storage systems and IXOS-eCONserver software for message archiving.
HDS has also announced an archival policy design service to help customers institute email policies.
Ken Beaudry, the company's global solutions services senior vice president, said in a statement: "HDS has taken a strategic look at integrating products and services to provide email management today, and broader unstructured content capabilities in the future."
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