Metalogix is allowing organizations to migrate from two new legacy sources including Mimosa and GFI email archives with the launch of Metalogix Email Migrator 2.0.
Customers are also given the option to migrate emails for free to Metalogix Archive Manager Exchange Edition. This offer is valid for the migration of both archived and non-archived emails.
This offer for free migration is valid until December 28, 2013 allowing enterprises to escape legacy email platforms on-premises or in the cloud.
Legacy email archives can often be expensive, limiting and slow performing. Enterprises can use the Metalogix Email Migrator 2.0 to streamline the move from legacy email to a dynamic archive that can adapt easily to a dynamic business environment.
“At Metalogix, we make it easy to escape the constraints of legacy platforms by offering migration freedom with a flexible, adaptive solution that enables migrations to and from the archive of choice, as well as to and from the cloud,” said Matthew Bruendl-Pandzich, director of Archiving Business Unit, Metalogix.
Metalogix Email Migrator 2.0 can presently support migrations from Symantec Enterprise Vault, Mimosa NearPoint, EMC (News - Alert) EmailXtender, GFI, and Microsoft Exchange to on-premises or cloud deployments.
More sources and targets are added to this list on a regular basis by the company.
Migrating to a next-generation email archive makes sense for enterprises as traditional email archiving solutions may slow performance, bloats servers and add hardware, renewal and management costs.
The Metalogix Email Migrator 2.0 solution is said to carry out even the most complex migrations with full chain of custody reporting and no impact on end user productivity.
Metalogix provides content infrastructure software to improve the use and performance of enterprise content on Microsoft (News - Alert) SharePoint, Exchange, File and Cloud platforms. The company was in news last month when Microsoft Exchange Server resource site, MSExchange.org, selected Metalogix Email Migrator as first runner-up in the Migration category of the MSExchange.org Readers' Choice Awards.