Leading Migration Vendor QUADROtech Declares Move into eDiscovery Market

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QUADROtech today announced their move into the legal discovery and compliance market. QUADROtech, which is a leading email migration vendor enabling businesses to non-disruptively migrate data – live or archived content, offline or PST files, on-premise or via the cloud - is now bringing its expertise to the eDiscovery space.

QUADROtech's migration suite includes solutions for live, offline and archive mail migration. In response to the growing market need for powerful eDiscovery solutions, QUADROtech are now focussed on extending their migration suite to address these issues.

"No other migration vendor has this range of functionality or innovation. We have taken our scalable migration framework and are applying it to the next generation of eDiscovery needs, which we see as a natural extension of our business," said Peter Kozak, QUADROtech’s CEO. "Businesses want an intelligent, yet simple and effective solution that covers the full spectrum of the EDRM, offering the interconnectivity we have come to expect in this day and age. We want to enable this with features that include the ability to dynamically move users to legal hold, and tightly integrate with our mailbox migration solutions for archive, live and PST/offline files along with a module to migrate between different legal discovery solutions.”

QUADROtech’s solution will allow businesses of all sizes to manage legal, regulatory, and investigative matters through a single application – both on-premise and in the cloud. The application supports item collection from a wide set of sources, including hosted collaboration services (e.g. Office 365), as well as laptops, desktops, mobiles, and other network shares or cloud-based applications.

QUADROtech’s fast and safe migration practices help to negate some of the problems associated with a potential eDiscovery process. An unsafe migration can void the integrity of email items, potentially rendering them unusable in a litigation case in much the same way as a contaminated DNA sample is no longer permissible as evidence. Through the use of our Advanced Ingestion Protocol, items are less likely to be altered or corrupted upon ingestion into a new target archive.

A full Chain of Custody would also need to be provided to prove that the email items have been migrated safely. If the company has used a product like ArchiveShuttle to migrate their archives, every item will have been provided with a unique, 1:1 identifier for its journey to a new platform. This identifier is compared between source and target system to demonstrate where the item came from and where it went.

This is a crucial component in your ability to prove your preservation of your Chain of Custody. The resulting record of this compliance can be further extended to include date migrated, number of items in source and target, size of items and hashes which can further help your ability to prove your Chain of Custody. Having this proven functionality to fully address the primary stages of compliant archive migration provides a strong foundation for our new eDiscovery application.

“Our aim is to drive down the complexity in this industry and make it easy for organizations to defensibly solve challenges across the entire eDiscovery lifecycle, from legal hold and collections through to analysis, review, and production” adds Peter Kozak, CEO.

For added flexibility, the scalable and modular packaging of the platform makes it a highly versatile solution for environments of varying size and complexity.

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