EMC Extends Information Governance to Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010



New EMC SourceOne for Microsoft SharePoint Provides Control, Reduces Costs and Ensures Compliance


The News

BOSTON, EMC World  May 12, 2010 – EMC Corporation (NYSE:EMC), the world leader in information infrastructure solutions, today announced the new EMC® SourceOne™ for Microsoft SharePoint which enables organizations to adopt a proactive information governance strategy for content spread across multiple SharePoint sites and farms. SourceOne for SharePoint delivers operational control, compliance and e-discovery capabilities without impacting SharePoint end-users. As a result, IT departments can reduce costs, improve system scalability and performance and ensure compliance.

SourceOne for SharePoint is the newest addition to EMC SourceOne, a family of modular, integrated products for archiving, compliance and e-discovery that makes information governance actionable. Support for SharePoint 2010 in addition to earlier versions will be immediately available when SourceOne for SharePoint is released at the end of June 2010.

With SourceOne for SharePoint, EMC is delivering a building block approach to help customers address their operational challenges. This includes reducing the costs of managing content in both active and inactive SharePoint sites. As their needs mature, customers can be confident that the right content is managed, retained and disposed off according to internal policies and external regulations.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

The EMC SourceOne portfolio of information governance solutions also helps customers simplify e-discovery across multiple content types including those contained in SharePoint. EMC SourceOne eDiscovery - Kazeon allows early case assessment and automates the identification, collection, preservation, processing, analysis and review of content located in a variety of managed and unmanaged sites including SharePoint, Microsoft Exchange, IBM Lotus Domino, desktops, laptops, common Internet file systems (CIFS) and network file systems (NFS), networked attached storage and other content management repositories.


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