Globanet, a leading developer and reseller of data migration, archiving, compliance and eDiscovery solutions worldwide, releases its next version of Globanet Migrate™. Globanet Migrate's patent-pending technology was designed for the specific purpose of efficiently and reliably migrating data between on-premise and cloud-based archive environments. Version 7.0 creates an accelerated, secure and enriched data migration experience for all end-users.
Organizations that migrate data from one platform to another do so for a variety of reasons. As on-premise legacy archive solutions continue to mature, many companies want to leverage modern archiving and storage technologies by moving their data to the cloud. Globanet Migrate enables customers to effectively and securely transfer data to new solutions in the cloud or on-premise. The product is vendor agnostic and allows for a hybrid approach when desired.
"As organizations continue displacing legacy archives and adopting cloud-based solutions, they often encounter issues with data integrity and efficiency", said
Designed with cryptographic hashing, Globanet Migrate ensures that the integrity of messages stay intact with complete chain of custody, validation and performance reporting. It is able to support selective migrations with target scoping, focusing on specific data in the source archive that the user wishes to migrate. Globanet Migrate is able to handle mass or partial exports of PST, EML, MSG or other file formats to Symantec Enterprise Vault, Symantec Enterprise Vault.cloud, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Office 365,
Globanet Migrate 7.0 provides the following upgrades:
• Increased Speed: Up to 10x faster than previous versions
• Enhanced Auto-Tuning: Optimizes the use of available hardware to produce a smoother and more efficient migration
• Advanced PST Technology: Increases data integrity by removing the prerequisite to install Microsoft Outlook
• Improved Architecture: Lowers overall memory requirements on servers with a new threading model that improves throughput and scalability
• More Intuitive GUI: Fluid and user-friendly with upgraded logging and performance metrics
Archive data migrations can be complex and time consuming projects, causing migraines for an organization's IT department. Globanet has delivered thousands of assisted or full service migrations for various large enterprises and organizations. Organizations looking to retire or upgrade older storage systems experience numerous benefits and ease of use with Globanet Migrate and Globanet's professional data migration services.
Pricing & Availability
Globanet Migrate is available now. The software is typically priced on a per-terabyte basis regardless of the number of archives. Please contact Globanet at (888) 427-5505 or click here to request pricing.
To get more detailed information on Globanet Migrate, read the data sheet or visit the Globanet Migrate web page.
Globanet is a leading developer and reseller of archiving, data migration, compliance and eDiscovery solutions worldwide. Founded in 1996, the company is a pioneer in archiving and intelligent information governance and has developed a portfolio of software and services to help organizations manage data from creation to expiry. Globanet's proprietary solutions include the Globanet Merge1™ message capture platform and Globanet Migrate™ data migration software. A Symantec Platinum Partner with Master Specialization in Archiving and eDiscovery, its professional services team has extensive experience with industry-leading Enterprise Vault and
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