Story image

Archive360 expands Microsoft Cloud’s information management platform

Archive360 announced the expansion and enhancement of its intelligent information management solution, Archive2Azure. 

The newly enhanced intelligent information management and archiving platform enables organisations of all sizes across virtually every industry vertical, to supposedly better capture, extend, onboard, and manage numerous types of structured and unstructured data into their Microsoft Cloud (Office365 and Azure) in a manner that also meets regulatory, legal, and business mandates, in a legally defensible and compliant manner.  

The Archive2Azure platform offers a choice of flexible modules designed to ensure each customer's unique business, legal/eDiscovery, regulations and budgetary requirements are met.

Archive360 marketing VP Bill Tolson says, "More powerful and flexible than ever, Archive360's Archive2Azure platform is a game changer for organisations tasked with managing and protecting a vast and diverse universe of applications and data spread across their enterprise - each with different business, legal, regulatory and/or budgetary requirements attached.”

Archive360's Archive2Azure supposedly delivers the industry's most intelligent and robust information management platform. 

Archive2Azure uniquely addresses today's key requirements, which include ensuring all data is stored in its original format, is WORM compliant, is secure, and can be found and retrieved quickly. 

All data is maintained in the customer's own Azure tenancy, retention/disposition policies can be easily assigned, a chain of custody is maintained, powerful audit and reporting for peace of mind.

Osterman Research founder Michael Osterman says, "One-size-fits-all technology solutions simply cannot meet today's digital economy requirements.

“Archive360 offers organizations the flexibility to tailor their application and data management and archival storage to meet their own specific needs, today and we anticipate that will be the case in the future."

Archive360 supposedly enables organisations of any size to drive down the cost, risk and uncertainty of digital transformation to and in the cloud. 

Archive360 is a trusted partner for onboarding, validating, and managing all enterprise digital assets while delivering predictability, defensibility and data insights. 

Archive360 provides non-proprietary information management that ensures security-focused infrastructure independence.

Polycom & Plantronics rebrand to Poly, a new UC powerhouse
The name change comes after last year’s Plantronics acquisition of Polycom, a deal that was worth US $2 billion.
NVIDIA announces enterprise servers optimised for data science
“The rapid adoption of T4 on the world’s most popular business servers signals the start of a new era in enterprise computing."
SUSE completes move to independence
“Current IT trends make it clear that open source has become more important in the enterprise than ever before."
Unencrypted Gearbest database leaves over 1.5mil shoppers’ records exposed
Depending on the countries and information requirements, the data could give hackers access to online government portals, banking apps, and health insurance records.
VoiP new-comer upgraded and ready to take on NZ
UFONE is an Auckland-based VoIP provider that has just completed a massive upgrade of its back-end and is ready to take on the market.
Online attackers abusing Kiwis' generosity in wake of Chch tragedy
It doesn’t take some people long to abuse people’s kindness and generosity in a time of mourning.
SAS announces US$1 billion investment in AI
"At SAS, we remain dedicated to our customers and their success, and this investment is another example of that commitment."
IntegrationWorks continues expansion with new Brisbane office
The company’s new office space at the Riverside Centre overlooks the Brisbane River and Storey Bridge.