ZL IBM Archiving provides enterprises an immensely scalable repository with the ability to ingest and index 1000+ data types. This enables organizations to have a global, unparalleled view of their data along with limitless options for governance and lifecycle management.
IBM Notes and Domino Email
ZL UA provides a complete, robust solution for email archiving and management. Archiving functionality is available via journaling, real-time ingestion that enables 100% capture of emails, and crawling, which allows for capture of IBM Notes and Domino native metadata, such as folder structure, flags, classifications, calendar items, and more.
Organizations use IBM Quickr to facilitate collaboration that is vital to today’s business environment. However, given Quickr’s expensive tier-1 storage and the lag-time that arises when Quickr servers are near-capacity, enterprises need a long-term strategy for dealing with the rapid proliferation of data on these servers.
ZL UA is fully compatible with IBM Quickr, allowing businesses to seamlessly archive all data for long-term management purposes.
Evolving business processes and workflows mean that organizations often customize or retire older applications that are no longer needed. The data these applications generate still needs to be offloaded or actively managed for litigation-preparedness, compliance concerns, and end-user access. ZL UA helps enterprises adapt to these needs by allowing data from sunset applications to be archived and indefinitely managed. Once offloaded onto the UA, legacy data remains easily accessible and searchable allowing for decommission of these applications on production servers.
Top 5 US Bank
Learn how ZL managed to migrate over 2.5 billion files and improved the eDiscovery and records management efforts of the enterprise.
ZL Records Manager
ZL UA provides a fundamentally different approach to governance by using a single, elastic repository for all business content. Within this architecture, all relevant data can be actively, seamlessly managed for records, eDiscovery, compliance, storage, and analytics.
Osterman Research: Why is a Unified Archiving System Essential
There is a significant difference between unified and integrated archiving solutions and there can be a number of serious consequences for large organizations when archiving is not unified.