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October 24, 2012

GWAVA Releases Retain Unified Archiving 3.0 for Office 365

GWAVA, a major player in messaging security and archiving, with strategic relationships with Microsoft, Novell, Kaspersky and Research in Motion (News - Alert), recently launched the latest version of Retain Unified Archiving, which captures all Office 365 communication.

Version 3.0 of Retain Unified Archiving helps organizations to seamlessly archive a single or mixed messaging platform environment, running Microsoft (News - Alert) Exchange, Office 365, Live@EDU and GroupWise in addition to Facebook and Twitter (News - Alert) from one unified archive database.

Organizations, with the help of Retain Unified Archiving 3.0, are also able to meet compliance regulations.

“Office 365 is a critical communication platform for many organizations,” states Ken Muir, CEO of GWAVA, in a statement. “Retain now provides a single point for administrators, end-users, HR, and legal to archive and access this messaging data into one unified archive, without having to access multiple pieces of software or hardware in multiple locations.”

Company officials said that the solution not only provides a new statistics and reporting server but also an enhanced built-in Web access archive viewer for quick search, capture and forwarding of messaging data.

Retain provides policy-based archive, disables Office 365 auto-purge and provides centralized control of messaging data, with extensive search and publishing tools. All of these help organizations to maintain all the benefits of Office 365 and ensure their messaging data meets regulatory requirements for their messaging environment.

Organizations, looking to reduce costs, manage complexity, mitigate risk on-premises or in the cloud benefit a lot from Retain Unified Archiving.

GWAVA solutions are used by more than 15 million users in 60 different countries. The company has offices in the U.S., Canada, Germany, Australia and South Africa and maintains a network of hundreds of authorized partners.

In related TMC (News - Alert) news, Image Analyser announced that its image detection software has been selected by GWAVA.

Edited by Rachel Ramsey

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