Akaibu Announces Its Latest Expansion of the Akaibu Evolve Product Line
Increasing Efficiencies with Greater Accuracy
Fort Worth, Texas (PRWEB) May 28, 2013
Akaibu, Inc., a leading provider of Email Archive Migration software, announced a major advancement for migrations of data from Mimosa NearPoint to a variety of current archiving platforms. The process of migrating data from one archive to another is often complex, resource intensive and time consuming. Frequently, the technical staff managing migrations spend countless hours handling data exceptions and errors encountered as the information is extracted. Akaibu Evolve has developed processes and techniques to more effectively convert and manage exceptions that occur when migrating Mimosa NearPoint to the target system yielding successful transformations at a documented rate in excess of 99.9+% to date, resulting in significant time and cost savings.
Akaibu Evolve technology allows for an optimized approach to archive migration. Many organizations are now evaluating their options to move from first generation Email Archives such as Mimosa NearPoint into the next generation archive platforms, whether the archive will reside on-premise or in the cloud. Organizations that discover themselves tied to aging systems that no longer support the increasingly sophisticated corporate governance, regulatory compliance, and legal requirements must also deal with the complex task of moving their critical data assets, already housed in the older system, to their newly targeted archive environment. The Akaibu Evolve software and Akaibu consulting partners know precisely how to solve these problems with the least amount of pain and suffering to the migrating customer.
“Selecting the right technical resources and the most effective software is essential to meeting project deadlines and budgets”, says Matthew Edwards, President of Bluesource, Inc., a leading messaging and migration consulting group. “The functionality developed by Akaibu for Mimosa NearPoint, enables our consultants to perform these migrations more effectively than we were able to previously. Not only do we manage the projects more effectively, but we are experiencing significantly better conversion rates than we did with any previous data extraction approach. It is good for our consultants and for our customers”, said Edwards.
“Of course, the transformation capability is only one component of the software. Akaibu Evolve has many attributes that facilitate the migration of data from one archive to another. Rich mapping functionality, a stream-lined management system, flexible scheduling, excellent performance and an abundant audit trail database ensure a highly efficient and secure migration”, explains Mary Kay Roberto, CEO of Akaibu.
For more information on Mimosa NearPoint migration, contact Akaibu at 817-887-8470, sales(at)akaibu(dot)com or http://www.akaibu.com.
Akaibu is a software company that designs, develops, markets, sells and supports archive migration management software that safely and securely, simplifies and accelerates, the critical process of moving data from old archives into contemporary solutions. Founded by veterans of the email archiving industry, Akaibu has a singular focus on the archive – and in particular, email archives – and the complex and challenging job of moving critical data from one platform to another. Please visit us at http://www.akaibu.com.
As a Symantec® Platinum Partner bluesource provides the best-in-class technologies and best-practices expertise in IT infrastructure, enterprise messaging, data archiving, and archive data migration services for the world´s leading organizations. bluesource is proud to have been the first-ever consulting partner for the Symantec® Enterprise Vault product line. It´s an eleven-year relationship that continues to position them as one of the world´s leading providers of EV consulting, enterprise application support, training and managed services. bluesource has offices across North America and London. Please visit us at http://www.bluesource.net
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