ZL Unified Archive® captures all Documentum content while maintaining the source folder structure.
With ZL Documentum Archiving, organizations are able to access and retrieve Documentum content while reaping the benefits of: improved efficiency within Documentum servers, reduced system infrastructure costs, consistent retention and disposition of Documentum files, and the creation of a centralized repository that can be utilized to quickly access all content that would otherwise exist across multiple repository silos.
Archive Documentum Servers
ZL UA captures both dormant and live data from EMC Documentum. With ZL Documentum Archiving, organizations can offload data from Documentum servers into the Unified Archive where content can be centrally accessed and searched by both administrative and end users. ZL Documentum Archiving captures the entire scope of Documentum servers including cabinets, documents, versions, renditions, child and virtual documents along with associated contextual data such as links/relationships and custom metadata. With ZL Documentum Archiving, efficiently capture, store, and index all information while maintaining the source folder structure of the Documentum server.
Metadata-Based Policies: Records Management
Governance policies for Documentum environments can be created using content keywords and custom and regular metadata fields. This gives administrators more flexibility in choosing which documents are archived. The full set of metadata is available for this purpose.
High Performance Search
ZL Documentum Archiving maximizes information accessibility through its powerful search engine, easy to use web portal, and ability to search across all cabinets and document repositories. This enables granular search fields based on targeted users, departments or search can be run across the entire organization. Advanced search criteria such as file type, age, path, content, authors, title, date, or any other metadata are also available. ZL’s industry-leading search speed enables iterative searching, allowing queries to be refined for accuracy and improving end-user productivity.
Role/ACL-Based Access Control
ZL Documentum Archiving ensures the right information is retrieved by the right people. Built with granular access controls, the access model is designed with the principle of least privilege: users can only view the archived documents to which they have been granted permission. Additional permissions can be granted through the provision of various global- and application-level roles and privileges, which can be defined to limit access to certain files or subsets of files.