Commvault Simpana 8 now supports Microsoft ES 2010
CommVault’s Simpana software now supports Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 to ease migrations to this latest Exchange release while enabling customers to easily protect, manage, archive and recover mission-critical data stored in Exchange email repositories. With this move customers can take advantage of Exchange Server 2010 enhancements, which are designed to lower messaging and operational costs as well as increase productivity and collaboration.
Simpana software reduces operational and administrative costs by providing a singular product platform with centralized management to safeguard Microsoft Exchange environments through rapid backup along with easy recovery of individual email, folders, mailboxes, as well as, entire Exchange databases and systems. Additionally, Simpana Search simplifies content-level indexing along with searching of email messages and attachments to meet eDiscovery requirements.
"By announcing Simpana software support for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, CommVault is reinforcing our ongoing commitment to optimizing and enhancing Simpana software while providing our joint customers with a straightforward migration path to Exchange Server 2010," said Randy De Meno, Chief Technologist - Windows Product & Microsoft Partnership for CommVault.
"CommVault continues to deliver comprehensive data protection and management capabilities for Exchange Server, so we’re pleased that CommVault worked to make Simpana software compatible withExchange Server 2010. CommVault is committed to work with Microsoft in developing solutions that helps businesses be more productive," said Ian Hameroff, Senior Technical Product Manager, Exchange Product Manager at Microsoft.
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