Veritas Enterprise Vault (often called eVault for short) allows organizations to simplify and reduce the cost of information retention management and discovery with Veritas archiving solutions—Enterprise Vault and Enterprise Vault.cloud.
Through highly customizable policies, scan applications and automatically migrate information to an archive to support regulatory, compliance or legal business requirements.
Archiving provides significant storage predictability, helping organizations keep applications at predictable storage levels by reclaiming primary storage on-premises or by leveraging unlimited storage in a cloud archiving service.
The Veritas Enterprise Vault Connector honors the security of the source system and provides full and incremental crawls so the users have the latest information available to them all the time.
Veritas archiving solutions feature:
- Flexible on-premises, cloud or hybrid deployment options
- Mailbox and journal archiving for Office 365, Exchange, IBM Domino
- Integrated eDiscovery capabilities
- Support for SharePoint archiving, on-premises file servers and on-line file sharing systems
- Partner ecosystem for other information sources, such as social media
Many companies take advantage of SharePoint as their intranet, knowledge management portal and/or enterprise search platform. Integrating Enterprise Vault with SharePoint, or any other portal, makes it easier for employees throughout the organization to find important information stored in Enterprise Vault without the need to directly log in and perform a separate search.
Our Enterprise Vault Connector is standard, off the shelf software that addresses the following requirements:
Works with all sizes of documents, even compressed (zipped) archives.
Indexes every desired item with a very high throughput. High throughput is critical to the success of the implementation.
Minimizes the impact on the source system, ensuring no impact to its performance.
Validates user security, only returning items the user is allowed to see.
Users click on a search result and are taken to their archived/backed up document, ensuring that the source system retains the master information and the search index has only a representation (pointers).