Tangent announced Datacove, an email archival appliance

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

August 20, 2007

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BURLINGAME, Calif. -- Tangent Inc., a leading provider of technology solutions, today announced Datacove, an e-mail archival appliance that will allow schools, government offices and other organizations to meet new federal regulations to archive e-mail, IM and digital communications.

Datacove, a complete network appliance solution, is a simple and affordable way for organizations of all sizes to index and preserve all emails and instant messages in compliance with new Federal legal e-discovery requirements.

With a starting price of less than $4,000, Datacove is a plug-and-play server appliance that can be installed anywhere in a network. Datacove is easy to install and manage and features effortless search and retrieval, redundant disk and tape archiving, and a fully searchable database with intuitive web-based menus for easy use. It can be deployed in less than 60 minutes.

“The proliferation of data in our lives has led to the requirement for institutions and organization to store, search and retrieve e-mails and other messages for legal and other important purposes,” said Douglas Monsour, Tangent’s President. “As a result, archiving of electronic communications is being rapidly adopted today in schools and organizations of all sizes, whether for regulatory compliance, legal discovery (e-discovery), knowledge management, email mining, or simply good business practice,” Monsour added.

Tangent Computer Inc.

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