Archive Manager 7.0 Improves Mobile Access, Backs up Office 365 Files Locally and Helps Organizations Ensure Social Media Compliance

WASHINGTON, DC – April 21, 2015 — / — Metalogix, the premier provider of collaboration content management software to move, manage and secure on Office 365, SharePoint, OneDrive for Business, Exchange, Box, Dropbox, Amazon, Google and other leading enterprise content management (ECM) systems, announced today the release of Archive Manager 7.0 to improve mobile access, Office 365 backup, security and social media compliance capabilities.

A single installation of the Archive Manager Suite gives any IT team the ability to archive content from Exchange, Files, SharePoint and Social Media sources into a central archive for improved compliance capabilities for eDiscovery requests, data retention and change of custody compliance.

“Managing, securing and archiving collaboration content is increasingly complex due to the rapid evolution of workforce use cases, diverse range of platforms deployed, and sheer volume of content under management—all of which is compounded by data retention compliance and eDiscovery mandates. Metalogix continues to stay ahead of these trends by providing content management solutions that move, manage and secure collaboration content across any platform in the cloud, on-premises and in hybrid environments,” said Steven Murphy, CEO, Metalogix. “Our award-winning archive solutions do more than help companies comply with data retention and eDiscovery needs. The new Social Media Archiving Module lets organizations actively combat security and compliance issues over social media as they happen.”

Responding to the needs of an increasingly mobile workforce, Archive Manager 7.0 now features enhanced mobile support for anywhere access from any device transparently so users are more efficient – regardless where the data is archived. This provides end users the ability to access, search and retrieve archived content natively from all current mobile devices without opening third-party apps in a separate browser.

To address the growing interest in cloud security, with Archive Manager 7.0, mailboxes can now be archived and backed up directly from Office 365, providing organizations with secure onsite archiving of sensitive data, multiple storage media management, advanced eDiscovery and social media management in conjunction with the Social Media Archiving Module.

Metalogix Archive Manager 7.0 adds seamless archiving from on-premises to Amazon S3, Azure, Rackspace, Hitachi Content Archive Platform, Amazon S3 GovCloud and Google Drive. An updated web management console gives admins and legal users streamlined web access control.

Metalogix Social Media Archiving Module provides real-time monitoring and archiving of social media, instant messaging (IM) and web search engine data to ensure compliance, secure content and reduce social media violation risk. The module can filter, capture, index and archive employees’ corporate Twitter, Facebook, Yammer or LinkedIn communications. Archived content can be searched over, retrieved and reviewed from the main admin console which allows administrators to manage social media usage, IM and email communication.

More information about Metalogix Archive Manager Suite can be found here:

About Metalogix
Metalogix is the premier provider of management software to move, manage and secure content for Office 365, SharePoint, OneDrive for Business, Exchange, Box, Dropbox, Amazon, Google and other enterprise content management (ECM) systems. Over 20,000 client rely on Metalogix and the industry’s highest rated LIVE 24×7 support to enhance the use, performance and security of content collaboration in the cloud, on-premises and in hybrid environments.

Metalogix is a Microsoft Gold Partner, an EMC Select Partner, and a GSA provider. Our Client Service division of certified specialists is a multiple winner of the prestigious NorthFace ScoreBoard Award for World Class Excellence in Customer Service.

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Micheal Mullen

Source: Metalogix