Sonian Introduces Central Archive for IBM Domino Servers

By Sonian
In Channel
September 24, 2013

Arnaud Savoye de Puineuf / Sonian

Sonian's Central ArchiveAs a pioneer in cloud archiving, Sonian has always sought to fully support every major messaging platform and today we take another step in that evolution, as we announce the general availability of Central Archive.  This secure, scalable and affordable solution offloads historic messaging data from Domino servers and securely copies those messages to the Amazon cloud. Employing an easy-to-deploy collector on the Domino server, an enterprise may choose to archive one or all of their Domino servers’ traffic to the cloud.  

Once secured in this central repository, Sonian indexes these data and allows authorized users to run fast and accurate searches across the entire dataset.  This means that enterprises can preserve their email data in the cloud – a more affordable and flexible option that on-premises solutions.  It also offers organizations a simple method to preserve their data and protect their intellectual property.

Data that are searchable, are actionable.  Business decisions can then be based on up-to-the-minute information from across the organization.  Not just limited to the messages themselves or the associated metadata, these powerful searches include more than 500 different file types that could be attachments.  Domino users can now free up server space, search communications across their enterprise and power business activities like audit response, discovery requests, internal investigation or litigation assessment.  

Today, Sonian archives house more than 8 billion objects for more than 12,000 customers in 40 countries, and those cloud-based archives grow an average of 300 gigabytes each day.  Sonian is 100% web-based, platform-agnostic and can be deployed quickly to get companies up and running in minutes to start realizing the cost savings and peace of mind that come with secure, scalable data preservation.  Learn more at Central Archive

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