Titus Labs, Quest Software Partner

Titus Labs and Quest Software partner to offer user-based classification

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

October 5, 2007

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OTTAWA -- Titus Labs, Inc. today announced it has integrated its Message Classification technology with Quest Software’s Archive Manager, allowing organizations to make more informed decisions concerning the archiving, storage, retention and discovery of business records, while simultaneously reducing storage costs and simplifying management. The combination of Titus Labs Message Classification technology with Quest Archive Manager allows intelligent message archiving, policy enforcement and the protection of corporate assets.

This solution addresses the challenges of growing e-mail storage costs and e-discovery. Titus Labs Message Classification for Outlook allows a one-click selection of classification labels for e-mail. Classification of information provides a basis for archiving based on business value. Only when data is appropriately classified can it then be intelligently filtered, retained and discovered.

“With the growth of storage costs, organizations are looking to make more intelligent decisions around their e-mail archiving practices,” said David Sengupta, director of messaging product management at Quest Software. “Archiving e-mail based on message classification facilitates discovery of archived data and simplifies execution on retention policies. Enterprises using Titus Labs Message Classification and Quest Archive Manager will now be able to make more effective archive and retention decisions.”

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