Retire Applications While Retaining Access to Content to Reduce Costs and Increase Compliance
Extract and store records and documents from legacy applications while retaining the ability to search, access and manage the extracted content.
Quickly Connect and Extract Content
Standard connectors for most production applications
Extract and ingest inactive content to a central repository
Ensure continued access to content
Maintain Access to Archived Content
Ensure and control access to archived content
Provide needed reports and metrics
Search and Retrieve Archived Content
Advanced search based on metadata or full text
Federated search across multiple repositories
Integrated advanced content analytics
Move content into a true records management environment
Manage archived content based on retention policies
Enable litigation hold across all archived content
Deliberate Hoarders, Confused Collectors, and Careful Curators
Recently, we held a benchmark survey of leading IT and information governance professionals on how they deal with inactive content created by or stored in production applications.
So how are IT and governance professionals addressing this problem to reduce costs, eliminate risk and simplify their system architecture? What we found is that most companies fall into one of three common approaches: the Deliberate Hoarders, the Confused Collectors, and the Careful Curators.