CA To Deliver Enterprise Risk Mitigation And Compliance Solutions For Microsoft Exchange Server 2007
Provides Centralized Information Management and Protection Of Email and Business Records
LAS VEGAS, November 9, 2006 – At Microsoft Exchange Connections 2006, CA (NYSE: CA) today announced it will deliver broad-based solutions for risk mitigation and compliance that will enhance the built-in capabilities included in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. These centralized information, recovery and resource management products will enable customers to optimize data protection, email archiving, compliance and electronic data discovery across large Exchange Server environments.
As corporations seek to reduce risk and fulfill their governance requirements, IT managers must more rigorously manage and protect an ever-increasing volume of email messages—while also ensuring the availability and accessibility of business information contained in their email systems.
To address these challenges, CA and Microsoft are both committed to providing customers with best practices management and enhanced protection for their Exchange Server 2007 messaging environments. CA development teams are working with Microsoft to ensure that CA’s information and storage management products work with Exchange Server 2007. This will help ensure customers have a solution that is easy to deploy, use and administer.
“Governance, regulatory and business continuity challenges are fueling customer demand for comprehensive risk management and compliance for Exchange Server,” said Glenn Rhodes, vice president of product marketing at CA. “CA and Microsoft are delivering the solutions customers need to effectively and efficiently address these issues.”
The CA risk mitigation and compliance solutions for Exchange Server 2007 will include:
* CA MDY FileSurf to centrally manage records regardless of location or origin
* CA Message Manager to provide email archiving, electronic data discovery and mailbox management
* CA BrightStor ARCserve Backup and CA XOsoft continuous application availability solutions—which encompass CDP (continuous data protection), replication, automatic failover and disaster recovery testing—to accelerate backup and recovery, ensure availability and minimize loss of critical applications and data
* CA BrightStor Storage Resource Manager for capacity planning, forecasting and optimization of Exchange servers
“Regulatory compliance is one of today’s fastest growing corporate concerns,” said Donna Conner, group product manager of Unified Communications Marketing at Microsoft Corp. “CA is delivering solutions that will enhance the built-in functionality in Exchange Server 2007, and help ensure organizations are able to achieve their compliance and governance objectives.”
CA is presenting its solutions at Microsoft Exchange Connections 2006. For more information, please visit http://ca.com/storage.
CA (NYSE: CA), one of the world’s largest information technology (IT) management software companies, unifies and simplifies the management of enterprise-wide IT. Founded in 1976, CA is headquartered in Islandia, N.Y., and serves customers in more than 140 countries. For more information, please visit http://ca.com.
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