Metalogix and Nexsan To Provide Organizations With Cost-Effective Archiving and Data Consolidation

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Combination of Metalogix Archive Manager and Nexsan Assureon Archive Storage System Enables Automated Content Management for Compliance and Disaster Recovery

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Working with Nexsan systems made sense for Metalogix from the perspective that we strive to provide organizations with solutions that centralize Exchange and Files data with full end-user transparency, while eliminating additional work for IT departments.

Metalogix, the leading provider of content infrastructure software to improve the use and performance of enterprise content on Microsoft SharePoint, Exchange and Cloud platforms, today announced an alliance for Imation’s (NYSE: IMN) Nexsan archive storage systems. The companies now can offer organizations efficient Exchange and unstructured data archiving off of network-attached storage (NAS) filers.

The Metalogix and Nexsan solution allows both companies to offer outstanding performance and value by consolidating content from expensive filers, while providing advanced, compliant email lifecycle management, and eDiscovery for email and unstructured data.

“Working with Nexsan systems made sense for Metalogix from the perspective that we strive to provide organizations with solutions that centralize Exchange and Files data with full end-user transparency, while eliminating additional work for the IT department,” said Matthew Bründl-Pandzich, director, Metalogix Archiving Business Unit. “Nexsan’s Assureon archive storage system helps us go a step further by providing an intelligent storage platform behind Metalogix Archive Manager. Organizations can use Metalogix Archive Manager with the Nexsan Assureon archive storage system to automate the lifecycle management for compliance, cost-effective tiering, and disaster recovery.”

The multiple award-winning Metalogix Archive Manager is one of the most powerful and cost effective file and e-mail archiving solutions on the market. Through its native user interface, powerful single instance and hierarchal storage management, organizations can meet their legal compliance and performance requirements. Archive Manager is transparent to end-users, minimizes Exchange mailbox and unstructured content storage requirements, improves search and recovery at the e-mail and mailbox level and establishes an efficient and standardized eDiscovery workflow.

“The combination of the Nexsan Assureon archive storage system and Metalogix Archive Manager provides organizations with a high performance, easy-to-use solution for optimizing their primary storage, meeting compliance requirements and securely retaining files,” said Victoria Grey, senior vice president of marketing for Nexsan. “Available through our network of Assureon Certified Resellers, these solutions will help organizations drastically reduce the size of their backup storage and reduce their data center operational costs. These benefits coupled with unmatched data integrity features of the Assureon make the solution very appealing for all industries.”

Nexsan Assureon is an archive storage system that is ideal for primary storage optimization, regulatory and corporate compliance, and the secure, long-term retention of files. The Assureon system offloads data from primary storage to free up space for active data and greatly reduces the size, cost and complexity of backups. Security features comply with a number of corporate and governmental regulatory requirements, including HIPAA, SOX and SEC-17. Stringent data integrity features like file-fingerprinting helps ensure the file you save is the file you will retrieve regardless of time. The Assureon system is easy to administer, operates transparently without disruption to users or applications and can reside on-premise, in the cloud, or both.

To learn more about Metalogix Archive Manager Exchange Edition, please visit the product page. To learn more about Nexsan Assureon archive storage system, please click here.

About Metalogix
Metalogix provides content infrastructure software to improve the use and performance of enterprise content. For over a decade, Metalogix has transformed the way commercial and government organizations manage terabytes of content to improve knowledge sharing and collaboration. Today, more than 7,500 customers rely on the company’s products to upgrade, migrate, organize, store, archive and replicate content on Microsoft SharePoint, Exchange and Cloud platforms. Metalogix has moved more than 50,000 terabytes of content – more than every other ISV in the marketplace combined.

Metalogix is recognized as the fastest growing software company in the Washington D.C.-area by the Washington Business Journal and named to the 2012 Inc.500 list of fastest growing companies. Metalogix is a Microsoft Gold Partner, a managed partner in Microsoft’s High Potential ISV Group and GSA provider. Metalogix is a privately held company backed by Insight Venture Partners and Bessemer Venture Partners. Follow us on Twitter.

About Nexsan
Nexsan disk-based data storage systems are used by more than 11,000 customers worldwide. Pioneering Nexsan Hybrid Storage systems combine solid-state technologies, disk storage and advanced software to deliver radically new levels of performance and capacity at lower cost. Nexsan’s advanced technologies enable organizations to optimize traditional, virtual and cloud computing environments for increased productivity and business agility. With more than 33,000 systems deployed since 1999, Nexsan data storage systems are delivered through a worldwide network of cloud service providers, value-added resellers and solution integrators. Acquired by Imation Corp. in late 2012, the Nexsan business is based in Thousand Oaks, Calif. For more information, visit http://www.nexsan.com.

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