TransVault to Use Microsoft Azure for Archive Migration Service to Microsoft Office 365
FREMONT , CA: TransVault, one of the key industry players of archive migration solutions, announced a new archive migration service with the release of TransVault Sprint for Microsoft Azure. This accounts to be the first ever to-Cloud, in-Cloud archive migration solution for Azure.
“Putting TransVault Sprint into the Cloud was a logical next step for us – and Microsoft Azure, located in the most expedient networking proximity to Office 365, quickly became the Cloud of choice,” spoke Barney Haye, chief executive officer at TransVault.
Microsoft Office 365 delivers businesses a comprehensive email compliance service. Moving to the Office 365, it enables businesses to consider the withdrawal of on premises hardware and software allied with email archives.
By the combination of TransVault Sprint and Microsoft Azure, the common partners of Transvault and Microsoft Azure can speedily initiate a project, neglecting the costly hardware on their own site.
The email archive migration solution, Transvault, which has been designed to eliminate the complexity and cost associated with enterprise-level data migration, ensures that every email item migrated is fully audited. Now TransVault Sprint in Azure backs Veritas Enterprise Vault and enables certified TransVault partners to upload a snapshot of their customers archive data, then seamlessly drift it to Microsoft Office 365.
“By putting a archive migration solution on to virtual machines that can be accessed on-demand, TransVault offers Microsoft customers an efficient way of ingesting legacy data to Office 365,” commented Dominic Anschutz, Senior Partner Business Evangelist, Microsoft Corp.
As part of the Office 365 suite, Microsoft Exchange Online features a cloud-based, enterprise-class archiving solution that enables to solve compliance, regulatory, archiving, and eDiscovery challenges.
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