Strategic SaaS Partners with Nuix for Faster Email Archiving Migration Service
AUSTIN, TX: Strategic SaaS, a provider of cloud based solutions, has announced its alliance with Nuix, an information management company, to enhance MS Office 365 email migration and archiving services.
Earlier enterprise customers have been depending on legacy archive’s Application Program Interface (API) to migrate data on email that results bottlenecks and data corruption, extending the complete migration process for months, sometimes years.
By collaborating with Nuix, Stragtegic SaaS can streamline email archiving migration service with Nuix smart migration platform while customer transfers data from archives, file shares and other storage platforms to Microsoft Office 365 or Microsoft Exchange Server. The company can facilitate a much quicker email service without the risk of slowdowns and data corruptions. Nuix migration tool also reduces the cost by eliminating duplicate, outdated and trivial data as well as indexing archive data directly that makes all the email data searchable at the start of emails migration.
“After investigating our partnership options, we selected Nuix for their unique approach leveraging Microsoft Azure for email archive migrations to Office 365,” says Frank Johnson-Suglia, Co-founder and Managing Partner, Strategic SaaS. “Our goal is to accelerate Office 365 email deployment and allow our clients to take full advantage of our new partnership with Nuix.”
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