KOM Networks' KOMpliance Earns Integration with Symantec Enterprise Vault
Jul 30, 2010 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
KOM Networks, a provider of storage management solutions for secure archiving compliant data protection and retention, announced the certification of KOMpliance with Symantec Enterprise Vault, a supplier of email and content archiving offerings.
This Technology Partnership enables Symantec Enterprise Vault customers and partners to deploy KOMpliance, a certified, unified secure archive storage solution, to manage the explosive storage requirements of emails and attachments from Microsoft Exchange or Lotus Domino, Microsoft SharePoint and other file-based systems common in businesses without changing day to day operations.
"This enforcement of compliance through litigation and the increase in corporate investigations poses a significant challenge to businesses in all industries," said Kamel Shaath, CTO, KOM Networks. "Through the company's partnership with Symantec and the certification of KOMpliance with Enterprise Vault, we are responding to the immediate need for a seamlessly integrated archive storage solution to streamline the retention, protection and discovery of archived data and deliver an immediate return on investment."
KOMpliance's secure archive storage combined with Symantec Enterprise Vault's archiving and eDiscovery capabilities offers organizations a supported solution to satisfy legal discovery and regulatory compliance.
KOMpliance is an off-the-shelf archive and storage solution that is platform and application agnostic to integrate into any existing infrastructure. It is designed to allow businesses, healthcare and financial organizations, educational institutions, and government agencies to meet the increasing requirements of highly regulated archiving and compliance needs without sacrificing their business requirements. KOMpliance provides everything that is needed to archive, protect and retain data pre-installed, pre-configured and ready to add to any network.
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