AvePoint's DocAve Migrator Supports Migrations from Open Text Livelink to SharePoint 2010

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DocAve Open Text Livelink Migrator for SharePoint provides organizations with an easy-to-use, comprehensive tool for the transfer of LiveLink content to SharePoint 2007 and 2010

AvePoint, the leading provider of infrastructure management software solutions for Microsoft SharePoint, today announced that its DocAve Migrator, a tool for the automated migration of legacy content to SharePoint, now provides beta support for SharePoint 2010. DocAve Livelink Migrator for SharePoint is only one of 24 tools available within the recently released DocAve Software Platform v5.4, and delivers seamless, fully mapped content transfer from Open Text Livelink to SharePoint 2007 and 2010.

"SharePoint 2010 will reshape the way organizations steward knowledge, collaborate online, and automate their business processes", said Dr. Tianyi (TJ) Jiang, AvePoint's Chief Operating Officer. "As more organizations turn to SharePoint 2010 as an enterprise-wide collaboration platform, it is imperative that they have an easy-to-use tool to transfer their legacy Livelink content to SharePoint. In this aim, we are proud to release our SharePoint 2010-ready DocAve Livelink Migrator for SharePoint."

With DocAve Migrator, companies using Open Text Livelink can now architect a secure and complete migration to SharePoint 2007 and 2010, leveraging the following features:

  • Flexible mapping of all of content from source Livelink elements - including all associated metadata - to their mapped SharePoint 2010 lists, libraries, and folders;
  • Swift reorganization of existing elements, and automated creation of new elements upon migration to clean up existing clutter;
  • Granular or bulk content migration and flexible job scheduling to mitigate the negative impact on production environments;
  • DocAve's Pre-Migration Scanner will detect and notify you of any elements that must be mapped in order to ensure a successful migration.

DocAve Migrator Streamlines Data Transfer from a Variety of Legacy Sources

DocAve Migrator enables the lossless, comprehensive, fully mapped migration of content to SharePoint 2007 and 2010 from a variety of legacy data sources, including EMC Documentum/eRoom, Lotus Notes, Oracle/Stellent, Public Folders, OpenText Livelink, File System, HTTP/HTTPS-accessible websites, as well as from previous versions of SharePoint. Additionally, DocAve Migrator now supports the full fidelity migration of Lotus Notes Mail data into Microsoft Exchange.

Participation in the DocAve Software Platform v5.4 Beta-Release

DocAve's beta-support of SharePoint 2010 is now available to organizations across all verticals and geographic regions, and will be followed by a GA release upon GA release of SharePoint 2010. To request a free, fully enabled 30-day trial of the beta-version of the DocAve Software Platform v5.4, please visit http://www.avepoint.com/resources/free-trial-downloads/.

To speak with an AvePoint sales professional, please call (201) 793-1111, or email Sales(at)AvePoint(dot)com.

About AvePoint

AvePoint is a global technology company and software innovator. Since 2001, AvePoint has been a leading provider of enterprise-strength infrastructure management solutions for all Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies. AvePoint's award-winning DocAve Software Platform delivers comprehensive and flexible infrastructure support for backup and recovery, replication, migration, administration, archiving, deployment management, and compliance, while piloting the products of OEM partners such as NetApp and IBM. With headquarters in Jersey City, NJ, and wholly owned engineering centers and sales offices worldwide, AvePoint serves more than 5,000 enterprise customers. AvePoint is a Managed Gold Certified Microsoft Partner and GSA Certified Provider.

AvePoint Media Contact:

Tucker Hall - Director of Marketing
Tel: (201) 793-1111
Email: Tucker(dot)Hall(at)avepoint(dot)com


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