Mississauga, Canada (PRWEB) May 14, 2013
ShareArchiver, a leading data archiving solutions and data management provider launches Printer Server archiving feature by announcing today the launch of its unparalleled feature for Printer Server Archiving solution. Utilizing the proven technology of ShareArchiver, which archives data from File Servers and SharePoint systems, clients would now be able to archive documents automatically as they printed. The data is accessed and archived through a single application interface for all their e-discovery and storage management needs.
Printer Server archiving has been built on top of the proven ShareArchiver data management and archiving technology, this feature allows for all files being printed to a printer to be automatically and seamlessly archived to a unified repository along with properties. This feature introduces benefits listed below:
“The ShareArchiver archiving platform is a powerful tool, providing much needed scalability and flexibility to customers desire to archive their digital content for automated and long term storage,” says Jawwad Bockari, CTO at ShareArchiver. “ With this new feature of Printer Server Archiving envision a new age for organizations looking at reducing costs and introducing efficiency with storage optimization and E-discovery. At ShareArchiver we believe in building innovative and practical archiving solutions to enhance organizational productivity, accessibility to data while sustaining a low TCO”.
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ShareArchiver Inc. is a privately held Canadian based company delivering cutting edge archive and asset management solutions to the marketplace. ShareArchiver Enterprise Archive is a scalable data archiving platform specialized in file archiving and SharePoint Archiving. The solution is designed to archive and stub data according to defined policies. Empowering the end user with easier management of ever increasing data volumes and therefore lowering storage costs.