Dell debuts SaaS version of its data archiving system

The vendor also has announced the availability of Dell EMC InfoArchive 4.1 and Dell EMC Clinical Archiving 2.0 software.
By Bill Siwicki
02:19 PM
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Enterprise content management technology and services vendor Dell EMC Enterprise Content Division has introduced Dell EMC InfoArchive as a Service, the latest addition to the division's roster of managed service systems.

Dell also has announced the availability of Dell EMC InfoArchive 4.1 and Dell EMC Clinical Archiving 2.0 software.

The InfoArchive enterprise archiving platform is designed to accelerate IT transformation by securing and leveraging critical application data, both structured and unstructured, Dell officials said.

It enables large-scale application retirement and optimization of production environments, and facilitates application data integration and reuse – supporting new users, cloud applications and analytics, the vendor added.

InfoArchive enables companies, including healthcare organizations, to preserve the value of enterprise information – to comply with retention and compliance requirements – in an easily accessible unified archive, said Andy Crowne, vice president of industry solutions and InfoArchive at Dell EMC.

"We really take the time to listen to our customers' challenges and incorporate them into our approach: Today's announcement, and the growth and popularity of the InfoArchive family as a whole, is the direct result of that feedback," Crowne  said.

"We believe that InfoArchive as a Service will amplify the benefits that customers have already come to expect, including accessibility and compliance," he said. "Customers now have a choice of deployment, as well as enhanced vertical use cases."

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